2017 MeV CLASS BOOK
In order to promote technical interactions and future networking between students, lecturers and mentors, a 2017 MeV Class Book will be printed prior to the school and individual copies will be made available to all participants. For the class book, each student is required to submit a short biographic and research summary.
The bio (one page) should include Name, Photo, Current Affiliation, Contact Information, Education / Thesis Tittles, Brief Description of Work Experience, Topics of Research Interest, and Selected Publications if applicable.
The research summary (maximum two pages including figures) provides description of current research project and/or engineering activity, discussion of project challenges and path forward.
Complete the word template (to be provided after student acceptance) with the appropriate information and forward to Ms. Tandy Bales at Tandy.Bales@inl.gov no later than May 19, 2017.
The 2017 MeV Class Book will help introduce the students to a large group of distinguished professors, renowned experts and leaders who serve as instructors, mentors and panelists during the school, thus facilitating new opportunities for student's exposure, contact, future employment and collaboration.