LEDs and Solid-state Lighting
The Lighting Research Center (LRC) and ASSIST are making available a limited number of paid summer internship opportunities for undergraduate students from engineering, physics, science, architecture, or industrial design. Selected students will participate in an intensive, eight-week education and research program focused on solid-state lighting.
Undergraduate students from universities within the United States with at least a 3.0 grade point average who have completed at least three years of study in one of the following areas:
- Mechanical, electrical, or other engineering discipline
- Physics or other area of science
- Architecture or architectural engineering
- Industrial design
Students selected for the eight-week, paid internship program in solid-state lighting at the LRC will:
- Participate in cutting-edge research under the mentorship of world-class scientists and engineers
- Characterize LED/OLED products using state-of-the-art photometry equipment
- Improve the design and application of LED- and OLED-based lighting systems
- Present your work to potential employers at major solid-state lighting companies
- Receive a stipend of $4,800.
The next eight week summer internship program will be held from June to July 2015 at the LRC facilities in Troy, New York. Exact dates will be posted soon.
Students can apply for the internship program in solid-state lighting by completing the application form, and submitting other requested materials by the deadline specified on the form.
For more information on the summer internship program in solid-state lighting, contact Dan Frering.