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Q: Plamsa Physics Internships in/around San Francisco Bay Area ( No Answer,   1 Comment )
Subject: Plamsa Physics Internships in/around San Francisco Bay Area
Category: Reference, Education and News > Job and Careers
Asked by: insitu-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 01 Sep 2005 10:08 PDT
Expires: 01 Oct 2005 10:08 PDT
Question ID: 563132
I am an undegraduate (will have graduated w/ BA in physics/math by Jan
2006) Ph.D prospective looking for physics/engineering internship
opportunities within ~30min drive of the the San Francisco Bay area
for the period ~Jan 06-~Sept 06 (Summer AND Spring), with business or
academia. I am not a student in California, and I do not qualify as a
female or minority. I want research or engineering internships -
nothing clerical or non-technical. I have background in materials
science, EUV lithography, and plasma-surface interactions. I want to
cast a wide net, but I am most interested in work in fusion-related
internships and, secondarily, those in next-generation semiconductor
lithography. Silicon Valley should have oodles. Philips, Intel...

So, a good answer to this question would contain ~20 links to pages of
institutions in the bay area describing internship programs like that
described above. An acceptable answer would have as many links to
programs whose topics are somewhat divergent from the particular
research areas I have outlined. The time period and location are not
flexible. Summer-only is a no-go.


Clarification of Question by insitu-ga on 09 Sep 2005 16:22 PDT
Ok, how about this:
Give me instead 5 links to internship programs (discluding Intel's) of
the type described (related to semiconductor lithography, fusion, or
plasma physics, around the bay area, potential spring + summer term).

Clarification of Question by insitu-ga on 26 Sep 2005 11:45 PDT
I did this myself and it took about an hour. Maybe I should be
applying for internships at Google!
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Plamsa Physics Internships in/around San Francisco Bay Area
From: nenna-ga on 07 Sep 2005 15:25 PDT

I believe that your question will require more time
and effort than the average amount of time and effort associated
with this price.  Here is a link to guidelines about pricing
your question,

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