Fifteen Indiana University computing faculty have listed more than 25 summer 2013 research projects available to undergraduate students in the following research domains:
bioinformatics, cloud computing, complex systems, computer vision, data bases, data science, genomics, health informatics, high performance computing, human centered computing, computer vision, health informatics, music informatics, robotics, security, Super Computing at Exascale, and text mining.
Students will receive a $4000 stipend plus housing and a meal plan for this eight-week program. A ten-week option with $5,000 stipend is a possibility. This full time research experience includes work in the lab with a faculty and PhD student mentor, weekly professional development colloquia series, social activities, and other benefits such as an optional GRE prep course, and a technical writing workshop.
For more information, project descriptions with affiliated faculty, and student application: http://www.soic.indiana.edu/research/student-research/sroc.shtml
Application deadline is March 1, 2013
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IU School of Informatics and
Maureen Biggers, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion and Education
School of Informatics and Computing