Prof. Bayram awarded under DOE’s ARPA-E, the INTEREST program

for project titled “Green light emitting diodes for the ultimate solid-state lighting“.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) is pleased to announce its inaugural Summer Internship Program for rising Juniors and Seniors at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) in the Summer of 2024. Known as Inspiring New Transformations in Energy Research by Emerging Scientists and Technologists (INTEREST), this paid internship program seeks to connect talented STEM majors at MSIs with active ARPA-E Performers to assist ARPA-E-funded projects and provide students an opportunity to collaborate and contribute to high-profile, high-impact next generation energy technology development and R&D. INTEREST internships will be hosted at the sites of active ARPA-E Performers or their Partners during Summer 2024. 

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