The Indiana University Department of Physics offers summer research positions to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in physics. The participants will gain direct research experience by working in ongoing experimental or theoretical research programs in accelerator physics, biophysics, condensed matter physics, elementary particle and high energy physics, medical physics, and nuclear physics in projects supervised by Indiana University faculty and senior scientific staff. All students attend weekly seminars on current research in physics and will participate in professional development discussions and activities. At the completion of the Summer Program, each student will present the results in a seminar at a closing Symposium and will be encouraged to develop other means to share the results of their research (conference abstract or poster presentation, technical report, research article, etc).
|21-December 2021||Begin accepting applications|
|15-February 2022||(approximately) Begin making offers*|
|23-May 2022||Program starts|
|29-July 2022||Program ends|
*We continue to accept applications as long as we have positions available.
An applicant must must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident and should qualify for all of the following:
A stipend of $6000 for a 10-week summer appointment will be paid to each student. Single accommodation housing and meals will be provided as well as an allowance for round-trip travel. Detailed information will be sent to the participants in April.
Applicants must provide two references for evaluation based on academic year.
A transcript that includes grades for the Fall 2021 semester. Since application screening will begin promptly, applications and transcripts should be received by February 15, 2022. This can be uploaded when you apply.
Selection will be made by the Summer Undergraduate Research Program Selection Committee on the basis of the applicant's academic record, statement of interests, research goals, and the recommendation of instructors.
The Undergraduate Research in Physics Program at the Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter is supported by the Research Experience for Undergraduates Program at the National Science Foundation and by the Indiana University Office of Research and the University Graduate School, and the College of Arts and Science.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks applications from all qualified persons reguardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.