EML 4911Undergraduate Research Experience
Session U03, Class #: 18824
Laboratory: Main Campus VH 140
Center for the Study of Matters at Extreme Conditions
Goals of the course
This course is to offer undergraduate students hand-on experience with frontier research in materials science and engineering areas, and prepare undergraduate students for future career in academic or industrial setting, and/or for graduate study. The research projects including materials synthesis, processing, testing and characterization are funded by National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and other external funding agencies. In addition to routine laboratory training, experimental techniques also include x-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy, high temperature / low temperature / high pressure apparatus.
Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department
EC Office: Rm 3471
Ph: (305) 348-3140
University Park Office: VH 140
Ph: (305) 348-3577
More information about the laboratory: http://cesmec.fiu.edu
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