Projects at Colorado State University, University of California Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley Lab
The Extreme Ultraviolet Engineering Research Center (EUV ERC), founded by NSF in 2003, has supported research experiences for undergraduates (REU) for a diverse group of 264 students from more than 40 US institutions. The Center conducts research and trains engineers and scientists in the area of lasers and photonics, focusing in particular in the generation and application of EUV light. This laser-generated shorter wavelength light is opening new revolutionary opportunities in science in areas including nanotechnology, materials, chemistry and biology. The EUV ERC REU program will provide students with a unique opportunity designed to understand EUV science and technology and to become involved in EUV-related research projects that are technically and scientifically challenging, and highly interdisciplinary.
Research Topics at Colorado State University (Research)
High Power Lasers
Ultra-intense laser/matter interactions
Optical materials design and engineering
Research Topics at University of California Berkeley (Leone’s group)
Attosecond pulse generation and its application to spectroscopy.
Ultrafast electronic/vibrational dynamics in gas-phase molecules.
Electron and spin dynamics of quantum matter.
Research Topics at Center for X-Ray Optics (Naulleau’s group)
EUV Resist Photoelectron Spectroscopy
EUV Mask Phase Microscopy
Soft X-Ray Scatterometry of Nanostructures
2020 NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates
The 2020 EUV ERC REU program will run from May 25 through August 7, 2020, at both locations: The University of California at Berkeley and Colorado State University, Fort Collins.
For more information about the program and research topics at each site:
Applicants are highly encouraged to review the research to see if their research interests are aligned with those of the EUV ERC. Applications will be reviewed immediately AFTER the final deadline of February 22, 2020, at 5:00 PM MST