Community News – Week of September 9, 2019

Week of September 9, 2019

The following announcements are as of September 6.


Events and Seminars

September 10: Industry Job Search for PhD/Postdocs Panel. 4:00 p.m. in E25-111. [Details]

September 10-12: Computational Materials Mini-Summit. [Details]

September 12, 18: Info sessions at MIT, Innovation Discovery Japan (IDJ) – a tech trek to Japan. [Details]

September 13: ChemE Seminar Series, 3:00 p.m. in 66-110
Hybrid Self-Assembled Nanomaterials from Protein, Peptides, and DNA, Nicholas Stephanopoulos, Arizona State University

September 18: MIT-IBM Watson Lab as part of AI Research Week. [Details]

September 22-24: 17th Int’l Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium, MIT Kresge Auditorium. [Details]

October 2, 29, & Dec 4. MIT Climate Symposia. [Details]

October 9: Machine Learning in Materials Research – Symposium and Poster Session. [Details]

See ChemE calendar for more listing of events and seminars >>


Thesis Defense

TBA

See ChemE calendar for more listing of events and seminars >>


Internships, Fellowships, and Job Opportunities

September 15: Application due for Future Faculty Development Program at Virginia Tech (Nov 2019). [Details]

December 15: Application due for Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering position at Caltech. [Details]

DOE Scholars Program – Accepting Applications. [Details]

Search for more faculty positions around the world at PolytechnicPositions.com

For more listing of upcoming career-related events, workshops, and company info sessions, visit the Career Advice and Support page.


Other Announcements

September 18: Submit Ideas for ISS + AI Project Pitch Event [Details]

MIT D-Lab: Nine fall classes open to all students! [Details]

$50K MIT Collaborative Intelligence Entrepreneurship Competition. [Details]

10.585 Engineering Nanotechnology – for graduate students or advanced undergraduates. [Details]

MIT Alumni Advisors Hub: Students, signup to connect with MIT alumni for career conversations. [Details]


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