nanoREPU

Nanotechnology has a variety of applications in fields such as medicine, electronics or energy; therefore, in order to develop these important areas in the country, experts in the field are needed. Regardless of the major being pursued by the applicants, they need to have basic knowledge in physics and chemistry before applying to this branch. The nanoREPU 2022 virtual internships will consist of research projects focused on electronic microscopy and possibly on modeling and simulation of the mechanics of the human body. Experience  programming in MATLAB and python is strongly desired. In the past years, topics such as solid state, nano electronics, microfluidics and quantum chemistry were developed in the internship. 

For more information on previous projects developed during the internship, please refer to the Magazine.

 

Host Institutions in 2020

  • Purdue University

  • Leibniz - IPHT 

  • Yale University

  • University of California Irvine


Application Instructions

Applications for nanoREPU 2022 are closed. For more information go to the admissions section.

ALUMNI

MENTORS

Luis Jauregui
Luis Jauregui

nanoREPU mentor 2013-2014 Purdue University

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Edson Bellido
Edson Bellido

nanoREPU Mentor 2013-2016 McMaster University

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Sofia Espinoza
Sofia Espinoza

nanoREPU Mentor 2016 Yale University

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ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE

Heads of nanoREPU

Kevin Villegas
Kevin Villegas
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Danae Chipoco
Danae Chipoco
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Current nanoREPU Admissions Committee Members 

Alfredo Tuesta
Alfredo Tuesta
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Alfredo Bobadilla
Alfredo Bobadilla
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Former nanoREPU Admissions Committee Members 

Keitel Cervantes
Keitel Cervantes
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Jimy Encomendero
Jimy Encomendero
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Luis Jauregui
Luis Jauregui
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Jean Pierre Inchaustegui
Jean Pierre Inchaustegui
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