Undergraduate Student Opportunities

 AMP3 offers long term opportunities for undergraduate students from freshman to senior level. AMP3 students can participate in the following opportunities:

  • collaborative research with AMP3 industry partners (students get stipend)
  • Internships in highly selective industries.
  • AMP3 sponsored curriculum activities and serving as TAs
  • AMP3 affiliated senior capstone projects
  • AMP3 funded accelerated MS program.

UDC ME department also offers a concentration in Additive Manufacturing and Nanotechnology to support the AMP3 mission of developing highly skilled undergraduates. Our undergraduates also publish as a co-author in reputed international journals and attend renowned conferences and workshops while traveling across the USA. Please see list of undergraduate student publications below [* student researchers as coauthor].

  • Tyagi, P.; Brent, D. *; Saunders, T. *; Goulet, T.; Riso*, C.; Klein, K.; Moreno, F. G., Roughness Reduction of Additively Manufactured Steel by Electropolishing. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 2020, 106, 1337–1344.
  • Tyagi, ; Riso, C. *; Amir, U. *; Rojas-Dotti, C.; Martínez-Lillo, J., Exploring room-temperature transport of single-molecule magnet-based molecular spintronics devices using the magnetic tunnel junction as a device platform. RSC Advances 2020, 10 (22), 13006-13015.
  • Tyagi, P. In Positive Intelligence Education for Unleashing Student Potential, ASME 2019 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 2019; p V005T07A009.
  • Tyagi, P.; Riso, C. *, Magnetic force microscopy revealing long-range molecule impact on magnetic tunnel junction based molecular spintronics devices. Organic Electronics 2019, 75, 105421.

Testimony of AMP3 students

Joshua Dillard video, testimony by other AMP3 students,

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