Los Alamos National Lab Info Session

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is hosting this interactive informational session for science and engineering faculty & students, Wednesday 2/28/2018 5:15-6:15 PM in Toomey Hall 199. LANL is a multi-mission laboratory managed by LANS for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration. Students are encouraged to bring their resumes for consideration. Technical staff from LANL will be present for the session. LANL’s research focuses in advanced computing, applied math, astrophysics, data science, digital systems security, information systems and mathematics, bioscience and technology, combustion, chemical and plasma sciences, engineering sciences, explosives, geosciences, intelligent systems and robotics, materials science and technology, microelectronics and microsystems, nano sciences and technology, nuclear engineering, pulsed power and directed energy, radio-chemistry, RF, and remote sensing and satellite systems. They are currently hiring top scientists and engineers of all majors for internship/co-op and full-time employment. Many positions require U.S. Citizenship. Event dress code is casual.

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