I am looking for a graduate program in nanoscience – who do I contact?
There is no “Nanotechnology” degree program at UCSB, you must apply to one of the existing degree programs in areas such as electrical engineering, materials, chemistry, physics, etc. Most of the science and engineering academic departments at UCSB offer coursework related to nanoscience/technology, and have professors who conduct research in these areas. The California NanoSystems Institute is a research center, not an academic department, so it is not involved with the graduate admissions process. However, it is an excellent place to “shop around.” Go to the CNSI Faculty Directory to familiarize yourself with different areas of study and research that are being conducted all over campus. This directory includes the departmental affiliation (computer science, mechanical engineering, etc.) for each professor. Below are links to the graduate programs for UCSB academic departments which have a significant amount of nanoscience / nanotechnology related coursework and research. You will fi
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- I am looking for a graduate program in nanoscience - who do I contact?