Degree Final Project (DFP)
BCMaterials, the Basque Center for Materials, Applications and Nanostructures located in Leioa (Bizkaia, Spain), provides for PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE students, the opportunity to develop their Degree Final Project (DFP) in the areas of advanced multifunctional materials.
BCMaterials offers research training of excellence, periodic scientific seminars and colloquia, as well as access to high-level laboratory facilities.
We are looking for highly motivated students who want to advance on their studies, consider completing them with a Master’s degree, and are interested in pursuing a PhD with us.
- Eligible candidates must be undergraduate students enrolled at the University of the Basque Country (UPV / EHU).
- A collaboration agreement must be signed between the student’s university and BCMaterials, and a minimum amount of credits will be required to enroll.
- Students must be prepared to have a minimum dedication of 3 consecutive months, during the morning or afternoon, covering a minimum of 150 hours in total.
Application and selection process:
- Applicants must complete the form available at the bottom of this page and must include their CV, academic transcripts and letters of motivation and reference.
- Applications are accepted throughout the year, having to specify a preferred date to start them, but the final start is subject to availability.
- The student’s academic record will influence the selection process, as well as the rest of the information provided.
- Within 2 weeks of receipt, BCMaterials will contact the student by the means informed in the application, to determine the feasibility of the practices and carry out the appropriate administrative procedures, and consider the DFP viability.
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Melanie Taguado Guayara - Síntesis y caracterización de poliuretanos biocompatibles con memoria de forma