Participants in the program will conduct research and take part in group activities including seminars on cutting-edge areas in condensed matter and applied physics; workshops focusing on graduate programs, career opportunities in the physical sciences and engineering, and scientific communications skills; and field trips to laboratories on and off campus. The program is interdisciplinary with mentors from physics, chemistry, and several engineering departments. You can get a better idea of these activities from the program web site. For the Summer 2020 program the anticipated stipend is $5,500. There is an allowance for travel to/from Gainesville, FL, and also housing is provided. Weekends during the program will be left open for participants to explore the abundant attractions of North and Central Florida.
Additional Salary Information: Stipend for summer research is $5500, plus some travel costs and housing in Gaineseville.
About University of Florida Department of Physics
The University of Florida Physics department has more than 50 faculty members active in a wide range of Physics research activities: condensed matter theory and experiment, high energy theory and experiment, chemical physics, biological physics, and astrophysics including the search for gravity waves.
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