April 27, 2022

Spring 2022 Intern Poster Session

The Poster Session highlights the work of interns who have spent a term participating in a research internship at Berkeley Lab, hosted by Workforce Development & Education at Berkeley Lab.

The internships provide the opportunity to work with world-class scientists and engineers on projects related to the Lab’s cutting-edge research programs. The event provides the rare opportunity to bring together examples of the breadth of research conducted at the Lab through the experience of the students taking part in the programs. Interns from the following programs will be presenting: BLUR, CCI, and SULI.

Spring 2022 Interns:

BLUR: Mitchell Karmen, Siddhant Mehrotra, Nishant Mishra, Tiberius Rheaume, Galilee Samuels

CCI: Isaac Chan, Phinneous Markson, Mya Thanegi Soe

SULI: James Baker, Julie Bobyock, Rohith Karur, Paola Luna, Garett Richenbach, Ezra Sukay, Lylybell Teran, Japnidh Thakral

For more information about our educational programs, please visit us online at education.lbl.gov

Workforce Development & Education

Working with our partners both within and outside Berkeley Lab, we promote equal access to scientific and technical careers for students from all backgrounds, support STEM teachers, and build scientific literacy through innovative education programs. We also support educational outreach efforts from Berkeley Lab’s divisions by providing program development assistance, materials, funding, volunteers, project management, marketing, and administrative support. Our mission is to inspire and prepare the next generation of scientists, engineers, technologists, and STEM professionals. We offer a range of programs for undergraduate, postbaccalaureate, graduate students, and faculty. Through these programs, people come to the Lab to participate in research internships, they collaborate and network with Lab STEM professionals, and share their skills and passion for science in the STEM community.
Workforce Development & Education

Department of Energy

Since the end of World War II, leadership in science has been critical to America’s security and prosperity. The DOE Office of Science plays a central role in sustaining that leadership. Established following World War II, we are the nation’s largest federal sponsor of basic research in the physical sciences and for decades have been a major supporter of research in such key scientific fields as physics, materials science, and chemistry. We are also the lead federal agency supporting fundamental scientific research related to energy. To keep America in the forefront of discovery and innovation, we sponsor research at hundreds of universities, national laboratories, and other institutions across the country. We also build and maintain a vitally important array of large-scale scientific facilities at the DOE national laboratories, which are used by thousands of researchers every year. The mission of DOE’s Office of Science is to deliver scientific discoveries and major scientific tools to transform our understanding of nature and advance the energy, economic, and national security of the United States.
Department of Energy


Online event

Registration period

February 1, 2022 - 08:00 until April 27, 2022 - 17:00

Submission period

January 25, 2022 - 00:00 until April 27, 2022 - 17:00

Contact us

If you have any questions, please contact brieannawright@lbl.gov .

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