Undergraduate Research Assistant
Join a team exploring new technology for real-time gas monitoring. Using new developments in the same technology used to monitor air quality in the International Space Station, advances to gas analysis are being explored at NMSU with the National Science Foundation funding the work.
The Eiceman lab has been active in chemical instrumentation for decades, and is one of the top labs in the world for fundamental research in trace gas analysis.
In our current project a large database of chemicals needs to be measured with a brand new chemical instrument developed in our lab. Training will be provided, but we are seeking for multiple motivated undergraduates to help in Fall 2019 semester, with somewhere between 12-20 hours per week, flexible with the student’s schedule.
For a great opportunity to gain some experience with chemical sensors, please use the contact information on this post. We are actively looking for students and will work with hours and other concerns covered.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Las Cruces, NM
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