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The Nanotechnology Discovery Summer Camp is a week-long day camp (June 14-18 or June 21-25) that provides a unique opportunity for high school students entering their sophomore, junior, and senior years to explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology on the IUPUI campus.
Nanotechnology concerns the control of matter in the nanometer scale: one nanometer is one billionth of a meter, or 100,000 times smaller than a human hair. This cutting-edge field is becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines. The camp fee ($295) covers all camp materials and supplies, and includes daily lunch and the cost of one IUPUI course credit. For more details, please see the flyer at our website.
Nanotechnology is the interdisciplinary field that through the control of matter in the nanometer scale length dimensions harnesses new functionalities and properties for the creation of highly desirable materials, devices, and systems for a broad range of applications, ranging from energy and medicine, to information technology and consumer goods.
IUPUI is Indiana's premier urban university, with 20 schools and academic units which grant degrees in more than 200 programs from both Indiana University and Purdue University. Its location within blocks of downtown Indianapolis facilitates advancement of research and teaching, and presents unique opportunities for internships, partnerships, community engagement, and more.
IUPUI enrolls more than 30,000 students representing all 50 states and 122 countries. Join us, and see how IUPUI is where IMPACT is made.
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Mangilal Agarwal, Ph.D.
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