Research Experience for Undergraduates

August 2014

The Final Presentation Day for the Electrical Engineering Research Experience for Undergraduates (EE REU) Program took place on Thursday, August 28, 2014.  This day marked the end of the ten week research program that 44 EE undergraduates participated in over the summer.  The first part of the final presentation day was the oral presentations that took place in Allen CIS-X Auditorium from 12:30pm - 2:20pm.  Each REU Intern gave a 2-3 minute oral presentation about the research they conducted over the summer.  After the oral presentations, a poster session was held from 2:30pm-5:00pm in the Packard Atrium.  With over 110 guests including students, faculty, staff, donors, and others from the Engineering community, all of the interns were able to showcase their summer research.  

Electrical Engineering Research Experience for Undergraduates

The EE REU Program is a 10 week summer research program for Electrical Engineering undergraduate students.  Funded by the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Research (VPUE), the EE REU Program gives undergraduates the opportunity to conduct research.  Each EE REU Intern is matched with a faculty and graduate mentor on various topics including mobile networking, nanotechnology, and bio-medical imaging.  As an intern of the program, students receive a research stipend and the opportunity to live on-campus.  More information about the EE REU Program can be viewed at

EE REU 2014 Stats:

44 students total
8 females, 36 males
15 rising sophomores, 19 rising juniors, 9 rising seniors, 1 co-term student

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