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a 10 week paid summer research opportunity
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GERS Summer Research Program Description:
PAID Summer Research Opportunity
What: $5,000 stipend + housing +
travel for summer undergrad research program
When: 10-weeks in summer 2016 ()
Where: Madison, WI
Who: undergrads in STEM fields who are US citizens
The Hydrogen Education Foundation (HEF) is promoting the 2016 Hydrogen Student Design Contest: “Development of a Hydrogen Powered Microgrid for Grid Services and Back-Up.” The Hydrogen Student Design Contest (www.hydrogencontest.org) is an annual competition supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, NREL, and industry since 2004.This year’s contest will challenge students to design a hydrogen-powered microgrid capable of powering a town, military installation, port, or similar large facility for approximately 2 days, and be able to handle at least 10% of peak demand while the microgrid is active. The system should utilize local resources to produce and store hydrogen as well as provide hydrogen dispensing capabilities to hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).The top team(s) will receive a $5,000 stipend to attend the Department of Energy’s Annual Merit Review in Washington, DC to present their plan to a diverse audience of industry, academic, and government leaders, have their winning entry published in the IAHE International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, participate in a Department of Energy webinar, and have the chance to secure an internship with an industry sponsor.
Interested students can learn more via the website, www.hydrogencontest.org and:
· to find an information flyer (http://www.hydrogencontest.
· to access the power point slide presentation (http://www.hydrogencontest.
org/pdf/2016/Contest% 20Information%20Slides.pdf) to help spread the world about the contest
· to find a copy of the Rules & Guidelines at the following link: www.hydrogencontest.org/pdf/
2016/2016%20Rules%20and% 20Guidelines.pdfWe would appreciate any feedback you have regarding the contest.
The registration deadline is www.hydrogencontest.org/
register.asp., with an extended deadline ending on . To register for this year’s contest online, students should go to:
Questions? Email contest coordinator Vera Medici at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the announcement below regarding the 2016 Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics Research Experience for Undergraduates Program at The Johns Hopkins University in the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR). The REU program is an intensive ten-week program of laboratory research and instruction. In the program, each REU student receives hands-on laboratory research experience under the guidance from faculty and graduate student mentors. The students may also receive classes on ethics in research and technical communication. The students will have the opportunity to tour a local government laboratory and a private company. The students will be provided housing and a stipend of $5000 for the 10-week period will be paid.The deadline to apply is . Please access the following link to learn more details on how to apply: - http://lcsr.jhu.edu/REUQuestions? Email Anita Sampath at email@example.comWebsite: http://lcsr.jhu.edu/REU