Undergraduate Research Program (URP) - Academic Year

Program Description

TANMS offers a unique opportunity for undergraduate students at our six campuses to be part of a dynamic research center focused on understanding new electromagnetic approaches in the development of nanoscale systems in memory, antennas, and motors. Researchers from the U.S. and abroad come together to link fundamental knowledge in science and engineering to pivotal technological realizations. URP participants work collaboratively in diverse research teams on cutting-edge multiferroic research while engaging in a range of skill-building activities aimed at supporting their academic success and preparing them to be the next generation of innovative scientists, industrial leaders, and entrepreneurs.

TANMS URP participants...

  • Acquire real-world research experience working in TANMS advanced engineering testbeds
  • Work in diverse teams oriented by a TANMS postdoc or graduate student mentor
  • Interact with TANMS faculty and research teams across all TANMS institutions
  • Hone ability to present new ideas and scientific research to diverse audiences
  • Gain exposure engineering Industry, Intrapreneurship & Entrepreneurship
  • Build new academic and professional networks


Eligibility

  • Current undergraduate students of UCLA or one of TANMS Partner Institutions (CSU Northridge, Cornell University, Northeastern University, UC Berkeley, or UT Dallas)
  • Must be U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
Participant Benefits
  • $1200 stipend (Stipend eligibility may be affected by the student's financial aid packages).
  • Access to workshops, seminars & special events
  • Experience in hands-on multiferroics-related research
  • Exposure to related industries & entrepreneurship

    workshops
  • Engagement in community & skill building activities
2019 Program Dates and Locations

Application and Notification

Application window for the Winter/Spring 2019 program opens October 1, 2018 and closes December 3, 2018.
Notifications sent December 14, 2018.
Program commitment due January 11, 2019