GSAS Team 2006

Global School for Advanced Studies



GSAS develops global leadership capabilities in young US researchers with support from NSF, Taiwan, Qatar, and France.

Dual Mission Of GSAS

  1. Address Global Challenges such as energy, environment, eealth, and security that are of vital concern to stakeholders worldwide.
  2. Facilitate young scientists and engineers to develop global leadership capabilities via GSAS's dual curriculum that consists of:
    1. GSAS Sessions, where GSAS Scholars attend lectures and plan global research projects with mentoring from GSAS Fellows. GSAS Sessions address specific research themes related to critical global challenges such as energy, environment, health, communications, and security.
    2. Team Research Fellowships, where teams of GSAS Scholars are hosted by partnering research institutes to implement their collaborative research plans.

GSAS Sessions

2011 - Session on Graphene Fundamentals and Applications, France

2012 - Session on Organic Solar Cells, Taiwan

2013 - Session on Catalysis and Materials for Hydrocarbon Conversions, Qatar