The Kavli Institute at Cornell develops and utilizes next-generation tools for exploring the nanoscale world. There are two graduate fellowships available through KIC, each with different eligibility requirements.
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–THE KNIGHT FAMILY FOUNDATION Graduate Fellowship in Nanoscale and Technology (KNIGHT FELLOW@KIC) is open to graduate engineering students in the 2nd or 3rd year of their PhD program.
–THE WATT W. WEBB Graduate Fellowship in Nanoscience (WEBB@KIC) is open to Applied and Engineering Physics graduate students in the 2nd or 3rd year of their PhD program.
KIC Instrumentation Projects support the purchase, development, and use of novel scientific tools and approaches for probing the nanoscale.
View or download the 2016 application instructions here. Information for 2017 project proposals will be available soon.
KIC postdoctoral fellows are high-profile, two-year postdoctoral positions with significant independence and resources. The KIC Fellows program is designed to attract the best and brightest young researchers in nanoscale science to Cornell. They will have access to the unparalleled resources and faculty available at Cornell in nanoscale science and technology. Please click here for 2016-17 application requirements and instructions. Information for the 2017-18 cycle will be available soon.