This NASA/CRE2DO Semester Long program will engage undergraduate students (Freshman/Sophomore/Junior) to conduct an individual research project under the guidance of a faculty and/or graduate student mentor at Florida International University.
Date: The NASA/CRE2DO program runs for the Fall and Spring Semester.
Important: In order to be considered for the CRE2DO Internship Experience, you will need to send your mentor’s consent/approval in your application.
Listed below are faculty whose projects overlap with the research theme of the NASA/CRE2DO program. However, if you are interested in conducting research with a different faculty member as part of this NASA/CRE2DO program, please discuss with the faculty member and if he/she is interested in mentoring you, let us know ASAP.
Faculty Members and Research Topics
Prof. Elias Alwan – Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering
Research Area: Smart antenna arrays and RF Systems
Prof. Raphael Raptis – Department of Chemistry
Research Area: Octanuclear Hetero metallic Clusters with High Spin Ground State
Prof. Hebin Li – Department of Physics
Research Area: Ultrafast spectroscopy of 2D semiconductors
Prof. Daniela Radu – Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Research Area: 2D Chalcogenide Materials for Advanced Optoelectronic Devices
Prof. Cheng-Yu Lai – Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Research Area: Group IV nano alloys for optoelectronic applications, Multi functional Nano carriers
for Drug delivery; Smart Micro capsules for Sanitary Cleaning.
Please check often as more projects are coming soon.
To be eligible for the 2021 NASA/CRE2DO program you must :
- Be a U.S Citizen or Permanent Resident
- Enrolled in a two-year or four-year degree program at FIU
- GPA 2.75
Notice for Prospective Students
Applications for the 2021 NASA/CRE2DO semester-long are posted, new applicants are welcome!
For any questions regarding the 2021 NASA/CRE2DO program, Please contact Dr. Cheng-Yu Lai (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Program Assistant, Eduimar Hinestroza (email@example.com)