University of Saskatchewan  Physics and Engineering Physics

NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards


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Overview

The Department of Physics and Engineering Physics will again be participating in the NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award Program. This program gives undergraduates, who have completed at least their first year of studies, the opportunity to participate in research under the supervision of a Physics & Engineering Physics faculty member. I have been notified of the following undergraduate research projects for the summer 2007:

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Projects & Supervisors

Contact the supervisors for further details

Project Title Supervisor
Preparation of Copper and Silver Surfaces for Nanoscale Physics Research Katie Mitchell
Development of a liquid cell for measuring biological samples in solution at the REIXS beamline at the Canadian Light Source Alexander Moewes
Developing alignment criteria for the new soft X-ray Emission Spectrometer for the Canadian Light Source Alexander Moewes
Spectroscopic study of electronic structure of diluted magnetic semiconductors Gap Soo Chang
Analysis of Ionosphere Radar Observations Glenn Hussey
SHDM Annihilation Cross Sections Rainer Dick
Summer Research Opportunities at TRIUMF TRIUMF deadline Jan. 17
Summer Research Opportunities at CITA CITA deadline Jan. 30

For the external summer research opportunities, please send your applications directly to TRIUMF or CITA, respectively.

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NSERC Program Description:

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Application Procedures

  1. Select a project and obtain the agreement of the supervisor.
  2. Obtain a copy of your official transcript from the Office of the Registrar.
  3. Complete Part I of NSERC Form 202.
  4. Ask your supervisor to complete Part II of NSERC Form 202.
  5. Submit your transcripts and completed Form 202 (Part I) to Marj in the Department office by Tuesday, January 9, 2007. Ask your supervisor to submit Part II of Form 202 by the same deadline.

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Please send any comments or problems to Rainer Dick, Undergraduate Chair