Date posted: Jan 12, 2023

Solar and Alternative Technologies Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates

University of Tulsa | Tulsa, Oklahoma,

Opportunity Type: Research Experience for Undergrads (REU)

Current Program: Bachelor's, Associate

Topics: Biochemistry, Materials, Chemical Engineering, Sustainability, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry

Sector: Academia

Compensation: Paid

Remote Position: No

Opportunity Description:

The Solar and Alternative Technologies (SALT) research experience is a 10-week summer research program providing undergraduate students with the opportunity to research and develop exciting alternative energy technologies such as fuel, catalysts, power, energy reservoirs, clean water and plastics from renewable sources or using renewable energy, thereby reducing the world’s dependence on fossil fuels. Students working on SALT projects will learn analytical techniques, responsible conduct and environmental ethics, as well as communication and social media skills through oral and written reports. SALT research will include fascinating technologies such as microalgal biofuel, biocatalysts and polymers. As SALT researchers, students will get a taste of graduate level research, acquire important skills under the mentorship of experienced TU Faculty, see alternative energies in action during field trips and contribute to building a better world through renewable energy. Please look at the bottom of the page for a description of each research project. Room, a subsistence stipend for food, and a $560/week traineeship are included.

How to Apply?

Apply through the ETAP website at https://www.nsfetap.org/award/142/opportunity/699.

Program Dates:

Summer 2023

Deadline:

February 28, 2023

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