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GE Aerospace Research - Chemistry & Material Physics Fellow Internship

As Fellow Intern in the Chemistry & Material Physics Technical Organization, you will conduct research in polymer, organic or inorganic chemistry as applied to industrial challenges across aviation, additive manufacturing, and sustainability. You will you will learn how to apply your chemistry background to develop compositions/formulations, new materials & component design, scale-up, and/or material characterization.


Essential to this role is a strong background in electrochemistry, physical chemistry, surface chemistry, inorganic and/or colloidal chemistry.


At GE Aerospace Research, scientists, engineers, and technicians innovate for the future of flight. An internship with us will provide valuable hands-on experience to help you launch your career in industrial research.  Intern assignments are typically for 12-14 weeks; working side by side with experts in the field of mechanical engineering, completing challenging technical projects and applying theoretical knowledge to real-life technical problems.  This program includes seminars on cross-center technology and soft skills development as well as opportunities for networking and showcasing project accomplishments.  

Required Qualifications

Current enrollment in a full-time Ph.D. degree program in Chemistry, Physics, Polymer Science, Chemical Engineering or related disciplines at an ABET accredited university

Permanent legal authorization to work in the US is required. 

Minimum GPA 3.0 / 4.0 scale

Desired Characteristics

Excellent academic performance with technical research orientation

Ability to adapt to change and willingness to be flexible in a global team environment

Strong interpersonal skills, initiative and organization; demonstrated ability working with a team

Strong problem solving skills, thorough attention to detail


Key Benefits

GE provides travel reimbursement and housing stipend for qualified interns.