2019 GEMSEC Abalone Science Summer Camp
When: July 10-13, 2019
Location: Materials Science & Engineering Building, 2110 NE Mason Road, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98195
Times: 9 AM - 5 PM
Details: www.abalonecamp.com

Genetically Engineered Materials Science & Engineering Center (GEMSEC) will be hosting a 4-day enrichment program focusing on Molecular Biomimetics, Computational Modeling, and Artificial Intelligence, as an outreach program under the Materials Genome Initiative.

Selected applicants will work alongside other students, under the mentorship of UW PhD students in GEMSEC for a number of interesting projects. The camp features a keynote lecture by Professor Mehmet Sarikaya (GEMSEC Director) and other prominent faculty at the University who work in the fields of molecular biology, physics, materials science, data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

More information can be found at the links below:
GEMSEC: www.uwgemsec.com
Materials Genome Initiative: www.mgi.gov
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Provide a personal statement (100-400 words) discussing your interest in attending the Abalone Science Summer Camp.

Please use the following prompts to guide your statement (but do not include them in the final response): Of the topics covered by the camp, which one(s) intrigue you the most? What in particular fascinates you about it? (Anecdotes from past experiences are great!) What are your goals for the future? Where do you see yourself in two years, five years, or ten years from now?

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