Prof. Glenn H. Chapman: For Potential Graduates,
Post Doc or Interships
To Potential Graduate Students
Thank you for your intest in my research at SFU. I am always seeking
highly qualified graduate students. Currently positions are
available in the following areas:
Microfabrication & nano-optics for the development of
& Direct write Photomasks
Active Pixel Sensor Sensor Imagers
& Hyperspectral Sensor Systems
Laser Micromachined Biomedical Sensors for seeing through tissue
I get many good students with high grades and experience applying (over
200 a year) but can only accept 2-3 new grads per year. Hence
what I request of all serious applicants is that they do the following:
Engineering Science graduate web site linked here for the university
graduate requirements and forms.
(2) look over my web site and see which of the above research areas
(3) Follow the information links to the web pages with papers in this
area. Download some of these papers and read them over. My
web site is kept up to date with the most recent papers in pdf format.
(4) In your email request tell me exactly which areas interest you, and
how your educational/research background can be applied to these areas.
If you have specific research or work experience that is relevent
please decribe that (e.g. graduate work in VLSI design, optics or
microfabrication, or work experince in related areas such as
semiconductor fabs). Please feel free to ask questions about the
topic or the papers.
(5) Please state if you have applied to SFU already so I can look over
your full file at the university.
To Those Seeking Post Doctorial
At this time and in the near future I am not accepting any applications
To Those Seeking Summer Internships
I am always interested in NSERC summer project students currently
studying at SFU, UBC or UVictoria. Since this fills all my summer
I cannot accept applications from other universities. Internship
students outside of Canada should note that my grants do not allow me
to hire undergraduates from abroad and so I am not accepting any
applications than those from SFU students.
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