Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC)

Seminar Series

The research community at Michigan Technological University invites applications for the Tomorrow Needs Faculty and Scientists Seminar Series, which presents opportunities for advanced Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars to learn about Michigan Tech and interact with University researchers. 

ICC faculty researcher Ye Sarah Sun
Ye Sarah Sun, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics, and director of the ICC Center for Cyber-Physical Systems, is PI on three NSF grants totaling $1 million investigating wearable electronics.

 

Michigan Tech is a growing research-focused university with 19 active research centers and institutes and we are  seeking talented researchers and educators to join our community. Our goal is to enable world-class research experiences for faculty, scientists, and students. 

Those selected will be invited to present an hour-long research seminar, tour the Michigan Tech  campus and research facilities, and meet with faculty and students. We look forward to learning about your exciting research and your future goals in academia!  Travel and lodging expenses will be paid.

To be considered, please click here to complete an application.

If you have questions about this opportunity, please contact us at mtu.edu/icc/contact.

Download a flyer announcing the seminar series.

This seminar series is sponsored by the following University units:

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