NDnano Grad Student-Postdoc Group
NDnano seeks to build community across research disciplines in science and engineering to help solve the world's technical challenges and to develop the students of today to meet the demands of tomorrow. The NDnano Graduate Student and Post-Doc group brings together students to share ideas, make connections, and develop an interdisciplinary approach to solving problems. The group is student led and has 6 - 8 meetings per year, where students share their research, discuss obstacles, and hear from experts both within and outside the Notre Dame community. There are also social events like coffee breaks to give students from across the campus an opportunity to get to know each other.
Want to join the student group? Details on upcoming meetings and events are below.
Learn more about the expertise of your fellow students and capabilities available across the Notre Dame campus through the Collaboration Database.
NDnano Grad Student-Postdoc Group Meeting
Wednesday, November 12 • Noon - 1:00 pm
Patrick Fay, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility (NDNF), will present an overview of the fabrication and analysis capabilities available in the NDNF. Options for pattern definition/lithography, material deposition (dielectrics, metals, and semiconductors), material removal/etching techniques available, as well as packaging and assembly capabilities will be described. An overview of the options available for engaging with the NDNF will also be presented.
All graduate students and postdocs are welcome to attend. Contact Heidi Deethardt at firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom connection details.
Moderator: Spencer Golze, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
NDnano Grad Student-Postdoc Leadership Meeting
Monday, October 26 • 1:00-2:00 pm
Monday, November 23 • 1:00-2:00 pm