Research in Cognitive, High Frequency, and Advanced Telecommunications
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATES
A 10-week research for undergraduate (REU) program on advanced high-frequency communications, artificial intelligence, networks, protocols, antennas, and algorithms.
Students will work side-by-side with faculty and graduate research assistants who are experts in these areas.
This REU will support 8 students. Each student will receive:
Up to $500 travel allowance
Letters of Recommendation from faculty mentors
January 2022: Applications Open
April 10 (EXTENDED), 2022: Applications due, to guarantee full consideration
April 10, 2022: Letters of Recommendation due, to guarantee full consideration
April 24, 2022: Notification deadline
June-August 2022: 10-week program
How Do I Participate?
Motivated students with a background in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering, mathematics, or physics would be ideal to participate in the projects. The projects are suitable for a wide array of backgrounds, therefore even math and physics students would be successful.
Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program and not graduate prior to Dec. 2021
Be a US citizen or permanent resident
A GPA of 3.0 or above
A statement of interest, unofficial transcripts and two references.