Research in SCI encompasses advanced materials, quantum magnetism, plasmonics and photonics, biophysics and bioengineering, ultracold atom physics, condensed matter and chemical physics, and all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
SCI Member Research¬†- list of SCI faculty research areas
SCI-Affiliated Research Groups:
Professional Science Master's Program: Nanoscale Science¬†The Nanoscale Science program combines advanced science and engineering courses in nanostructures and nanotechnology with training in management, business, entrepreneurship and communication and a required practical work experience. Students can choose electives from focus areas in nano-materials, nano-optics, nano-photonoics, nano-bio, management and tech entrepreneurship according to their interest.¬†
SCI-STAR: Student Training for Advising Research¬†A new program that will provide graduate students with the opportunity to propose, plan, and oversee original research projects! Working with the Doerr Institute for New Leaders (DINL), the goal of this program is to develop graduate students as leaders in science, especially in the context of mentorship and group management.
International Research Opportunities¬†- SCI Abroad
Resources and Facilities:
There are an abundance of funding opportunities available, but sometimes the most challenging aspect can be finding them. Rice has many sources to help find funding opportunities and links to several of them are listed below. In addition, there are links to offices that can help you with writing proposals, ensuring you are compliant with all policies, and electronic systems.
Research Centers and Institutes at Rice University¬†- Complete list