CoorsTek recently made the largest donation in Mines history—just under $27 million—to create the CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering.
CoorsTek is investing $120 million to build a Center for Advanced Materials in Golden, with leading-edge research, analytical, and manufacturing equipment.
JOIN THIS DREAM TEAM and work with state-of-the-art equipment and world-renowned faculty and scientists as they create new technical ceramics for a variety of critical applications.
Technical Areas of Interest
Processing / integration / application of porous ceramics • Joining technologies for glasses and ceramics to each other and/or to metals • Strengthening and toughening of ceramics • Scalable fabrication and processing techniques for ultra-high-purity ceramics • Science and engineering of ceramic grain boundaries • Powder processing science • Ion-conducting ceramics • Ceramics under extreme gradients (e.g., thermal, chemical, electrical field) • Synthesis of ceramic powders • Corrosion of ceramics
CoorsTek Fellows Receive:
- A competitive stipend
- 100 percent of tuition, fees and health care
- opportunities to work with world-renowned scientists and engineers in a beautiful setting
How to apply:
- You must apply for the Materials Science program. Only PhD applicants are eligible.
- Include the words “CoorsTek Fellowship” at the top of your personal statement to indicate that you would like to be considered for the fellowship.
- December 15
- For questions or more information, email email@example.com.