Brittney Van Der Werff's Publications

24 February 2021
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What is the goal?

To provide opportunities for non-tenured investigators to develop their individual research potential through extended collaborative visits to the nation’s premier private, governmental, or academic research centers. Investigators from research universities and primarily undergraduate institutions in EPSCoR states (including NM) are eligible to apply.

What’s new in 2021?

Opportunities to work with NASA research facilities in addition to research sites in disciplines traditionally funded by NSF.

21 January 2021

Hey, students! Don’t have time to go looking for summer internships? No problem, we’ve done it for you.

 

Undergraduates

STEM Advancement Program (STEMAP) by NM SMART Grid Center

Who: Undergraduates students from New Mexico regional universities, community colleges and tribal colleges.

24 November 2020

What could we discover with an instrument capable of recording, in minute detail, the movement of atoms during ultrafast chemical reactions?

12 October 2020

Our second NM SMART Grid Center 2020 extern, Mara Yarbrough, just completed her 10-week externship with the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) researching practical policies state governments can implement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. She shared her thoughts with us on the experience in this brief reflection. Enjoy!

01 October 2020

On September 30th, the University of New Mexico announced a joint agreement with Siemens Industry to begin collaborations at the UNM-owned microgrid at Mesa del Sol. Located in Albuquerque, the Mesa del Sol microgrid is one of three NM SMART Grid Center project testbeds, the others being Southwest Technology Development Institute at NMSU and the greenhouse complex at Santa Fe Community College, where project team members can test research out on actual equipment.