The A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute is proud to announce that four undergraduate students from the Drexel COE and COAS arrived in South Korea on May 1, 2019 to start their 5 month co-op at the FIRST Nano2Co-op Center, a research center between Drexel University and the National Nanofabrication Facility Center. This program brings together researchers from across top universities in Korea (KAIST, KIST, SKKU) and faculty at Drexel University working in the area of Nanomaterials. Each student has a specifically designed research project to complete abroad.
This year’s students include:
Benjamin Chacon – Biomedical Engineering
Deng Kuol – Physics
Luke Houseman – Engineering Technology
Kyla Gardiola – Chemical and Biological Engineering