NanoLund student member
Students on all levels and in all study programs at Lund University are welcome to join as a NanoLund student member.
Become a student member and:
- Be invitated to NanoLund events and seminars
- Participate in special student member events where you can learn more about nano and a nano-related career from researchers from NanoLund and industry
- Be offered unique possibilities to directly participate in the research at NanoLund, for example by participating in shorter or longer research projects
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Examples of past events
24 February 2020: Postdoc Stephanie Matern arranged a very appreciated workshop called “Doing research- (sometimes) a bumpy road” where PhD students and postdocs got the chance to reflect, share and discuss experiences from the, usually far from straight, road as an early researcher.
27-28 October: The annual NanoLund retreat for student members, postdocs and PhD students was situated at Backafallsbyn on Hven island outside Landskrona. With people being largely restricted in interacting with coworkers during the past year, the focus on the retreat was particularly on networking across disciplines and divisions within NanoLund. With roughly 80 attendants from 15 different divisions, it was probably the most attended and diverse retreat so far.
16 February 2022: Introduction to NanoLund by the directors and the NanoLund support. What is NanoLund and what does it mean to be a NanoLundian?
Master project event
22 May 2019: Event to help students with an interest in nano find inspiration for a Master’s project and meet potential supervisors.
15 November 2018: Short introduction to NanoLund and research done at NanoLund, followed by two former NanoLund students talking about their career outside the University: Fangfang Yang, graduate of the Master’s Program in Nanoscience and now working at Axis, Lund, and Robert Olsson, graduate of the Engineering Nanoscience program and now working at Nevs, Trollhättan.
Questions about NanoLund student member
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jens [dot] uhlig [at] chemphys [dot] lu [dot] se (subject: NanoLund%20student%20member) (Jens Uhlig)