Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Spring/Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Engineering

Complete information on the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department Spring/Summer Undergraduate Research Program will be available Winter term. This program provides support to undergraduate students for three months during the summer to work with a faculty member on a research project of mutual interest. The support is $1,500/month for three months in the spring/summer. Students are selected for various projects based on their interests (as indicated on the application form available next year) and their grade point average.

After reading the full project descriptions, students use either our web form or the sign-up sheet in one of the EECS Undergraduate Advising Offices (3415 EECS building or 2808 CSE building) to indicate their interest with their 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices indicated by project number.

IMPORTANT: Students who complete the form authorize the EECS Department faculty and staff to review their student academic record as part of the REU application in order to assess their qualifications for the summer research position. This authorization can only be revoked in writing.

Students are notified of the results of the award selection process in March.


Questions - Contact Andrew Munguia (3405 EECS).

 

 Seow Yuen Yee was involved in a project  having important biomedical applications for cardiac patients.


Scott Boehmer examined the problem of worms spreading over wireless networks.


Lawrence McAfee helped develop a sensing system for a cochlear prosthesis.