Summer Research Fellowships
We are pleased to announce a nationwide search for 8-10 outstanding graduate student candidates to participate in the Seaborg Institute Summer Research Fellowships Program at Los Alamos National Laboratory, sponsored by the Department of Energy, the Department of Homeland Security and the G. T. Seaborg Institute for Transactinium Science.
Research Fellowships Areas
- Nuclear and Radiochemistry - nuclear forensics, homeland security, nuclear medicine, isotope production, nuclear physics, and related areas.
- Actinide Science - f-element chemistry and physics, spectroscopy, surface science, materials science, metallurgy, and related areas.
Fellowships generally run 8-10 weeks, and give students an opportunity to join Los Alamos scientists in independent research projects that can contribute to their thesis or advanced degree. While at Los Alamos, Research Fellows are encouraged to attend our weekly lecture series on a wide variety of current research topics presented by Los Alamos experts. Students are expected to present their research results at a poster session at the end of the summer experience.
The complete application package will include:
- Curriculum Vitae
- 2 letters of recommendation
- current transcripts (official or unofficial)
Complete the attached pdf application form and submit your application and supporting documents by email to SeaborgFellowshipApply@lanl.gov
When you submit your application you will receive an application confirmation number. Supporting documents (CV, letters of recommendation, etc.) may be submitted separately; please include the applicant name and application confirmation number in the subject email when submitting supporting documents.
If unable to email, please contact SeaborgFellowshipInfo@lanl.gov for alternate submission methods.
More information is also available from SeaborgFellowshipInfo@lanl.gov.
The deadline for applications is January 1, 2017*
*We welcome qualified applicants of all nationalities.
Students must be enrolled full-time at the time of application. Selection will be made on the basis of the applicant’s academic record, recommendation letters, and research interests.
Students are paid a competitive salary based on Laboratory guidelines. Graduate student temporary employee salaries are based on the number of academic school years completed. More information can be found on LANL’s education page »
Living accommodations and arrangements are the responsibility of the Research Fellow. Housing in Los Alamos is limited and summer housing options fill quickly. It is recommended that you begin researching housing options as soon as possible. View LANL Housing Links »