Platform for the Accelerated Realization, Analysis, & Discovery of Interface MaterialsAn NSF Materials Innovation Platform
APPLICATION CLOSED — Invitations to successful applicants will be provided starting in late March or April, 2017.
The summer school features lectures, hands-on labs and training with simulation and analysis software. Topics include 2D and 3D imaging, EELS and imaging using pixelated detectors.
The workshop includes technical sessions, a poster session, and one-minute talks. Topics include new instrumentation, spectroscopy, and the microscope as a laboratory.
There is no registration fee and all meals will be provided. Attendees cover travel and lodging in affordable on-campus housing. Participants from non-R1 research institutions and colleges can apply for a travel/housing grant.
APPLY NOW! JHU will hold its 2nd summer school on the growth and design of bulk crystalline materials July 16-21, 2017. The school will feature a combination of hands-on experiences and lectures by internationally recognized crystal growth specialists and will cover a range of topics.Apply Now!