Texas A&M University -Electrical Engineering Applications to Homeland Security, REU

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 Deadline: 

February 1, 2014
   

Start Date: 

June 2, 2014
   

Duration: 

10 Weeks: June 2 to August 8, 2014
   

Location: 

College Station, TX
   

Area of Interest: 

Arts
Biomedical Sciences
Engineering, Computer Science, and Applied Sciences
Humanities
Physical Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Other:
   

Category: 

Education
   

Description: 

This is a National Science Foundation / Department of Defense funded 9-week undergraduate research program based at Texas A&M University (TAMU) in College Station, Texas. The purpose of the program is to involve in a summer research experience outstanding electrical engineering students who have completed at least their sophomore year. The program focuses on research topics in processing, communication, and transmission of timely information in resource-constrained environments. TAMU electrical engineering faculty, whose research includes novel high-performance and low complexity solutions for state-of-the-art problems in the dynamic area of Homeland Security, will serve as mentors for REU students.
   

Benefits: 

$5,000 stipend, tuition and fees for one credit hour of required independent study/research course, housing, and partial reimbursement for travel

   

Major(s): 

Electrical Engineering

   

GPA: 

   
Year In School at 
start of program: 
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
   
Employment 
 Eligibility: 
Has Citizenship
Has Permanent Residence
Has Work Permit
Other: 
   

Required 
Documents: 

Resume
Personal Statement
Letters of Recommendation
Other: Transcripts
 

Contact: 

Dr. Karen Butler-Purry
Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, Texas A&M University
3128 TAMUS, 216G Zachry Engineering Center
College Station, TX 77843-312
Phone: (979) 847-9048     Fax: (979) 845-625
Email: klbutler@tamu.edu

 

Program Website: 

http://www.ece.tamu.edu/~reu
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