Hi I'm currently a ChemE senior, and I'm applying to grad schools. I have a very good GPA, research, extracurrics, etc. So I would have little worry about getting into a top PhD program in ChemE. But I want a PhD in Electrical Engineering. There are many reasons behind this motivation (which I won't go into now). Currently, I'm most interested in micro/nanofabrication. I've taken some courses in this subject, especially related to biotechnology. I also plan to minor in EE before graduation. But does anyone know how competitive I really am? I understand that nanotech. is a multidisciplinary field but am I still at a big disadvantage when compared to other EE students? Am I wasting my time by applying to the top schools? Thanks!