Phelma lab classes to use large instruments starting in September
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Published : 2 June 2014
Starting next September, Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma students in the Physics for Nanoscience, FAME International Master’s, and Nuclear and Energy Engineering programs will have an opportunity to complete lab classes and research projects at Grenoble’s large scientific instruments.
This totally new initiative is spearheaded by the large instruments (ILL, ESRF, and Leti’s Nanocharacterization Platform) via the Nanoelec research institute education and training program. Groups of around ten students will use the instruments regularly throughout the academic year. Ultimately, the initiative should be broadened to the Materials Science and Engineering and Biomedical Engineering programs.