How it works
Master Lab students work on the research challenge autonomously under scientific guidance and take part in the Master Lab program (see requirements and electives below). In order to support this autonomous research, each Master lab student is awarded a young researcher grant to fund a student research contract (HiWi) and consumables. In consultation with supervisor, HiWi contracts are typically 35-45 hours a month for up to six months.
- Kick-off workshop on livMatS research program (beginning of semester)
- 2-3 block sessions on scientific writing and presenting (during semester)
- Master Lab colloquium - students present progress and submit research poster and brief write-up (usually end of semester break)
- Attend select livMatS early career researcher events to network and get taste of PhD studies
- Attend select livMatS colloquium talks
Students who complete the Master Lab program will be able to:
- Develop and refine research ideas into concrete research aims
- Explain key principles of livMatS research program
- Communicate their research for interdisciplinary settings
Program Certificate and Testimonials
Master Lab students who complete the program - simultaneous to working towards their respective Master’s degree - will receive a certificate attesting to the program’s achieved objectives, which serves as an additional qualification for students’ future career aspirations.
Check out previous testimonials from Master Lab students
For questions about the program or application procedure, send an email to Gregg Dubow (graduate coordinator).