The Microkelvin Laboratory provides a broad range of educational and training opportunities to students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Faculty members host students in both the National High Magnetic Field Lab and Physics Department Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) programs in which students work on low temperature projects in the summer session and prepare reports on their studies at the end of the summer.
Research opportunities are also available for undergraduate students interested in hands-on experience in low temperature techniques.
A number of specialized graduate courses on experimental techniques have been on occasion offered by the faculty, including Workshop Practices (PHY3840L), Cryogenics (PHY6555C) and Special Topics (PHY7097). Interested students should consult the department faculty to determine which courses might be available in a given semester.
The faculty at the Microkelvin Laboratory also take on graduate students. A full list of graduate student alumni and dissertation topics is available here.