Summer Programs



2014 Summer Research Program (SRP) Video

The Center for Nanohybrid Functional Materials (CNFM) offered four 10-week  summer research fellowships in 2014 which provided undergraduate students with an opportunity for interdisciplinary training in a nanohybrid materials laboratory on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. 2014 faculty, departments, and projects were:

Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Ph.D., and Yusong Li, Ph.D.  CIVIL ENGINEERING
Use of Slanted Columnar Thin Film and QCMD/SE to Investigate the Transport of Nanoparticles and Proteins in the Environment
David Hage, Ph.D., Eva Schubert, Ph.D., and Tino Hofmann, Ph.D. CHEMISTRY AND ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Nanomaterial-based Supports for Rapid Chromatographic Separations
Rebecca Lai, Ph.D., Patrick Dussault, Ph.D., Eva Schubert, Ph.D., and Mathias Schubert, Ph.D. CHEMISTRY AND ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Immobilization of Redox Proteins on Gold-modified GLAD Structures for Enhanced Bioelectrocatalysis
Angela Pannier, Ph.D., and Mathias Schubert, Ph.D. BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Nanostructured Thin Films as Biomaterial Interfaces for Enhanced Substrate-Mediated Gene Delivery
Wayne Riekhof, Ph.D., and Patrick Dussault, Ph.D. SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND CHEMISTRY
Chemical probes for identification of oxylipin binding proteins in plants and algae

For information about the 2015 Summer Research Program, click here.