EXPERIENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS is available in the area of integrated sensor device and algorithm design. The program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and is offered by the Sensor Signal and Information Processing Center (SenSIP) and the BioElectrical Systems and Technology (BEST) Laboratory. The REU will address STEM problems associated with sensor applications in internet of things, health monitoring, and security. During the same period, projects will train REU students to interpret data from sensors by studying and programming machine learning algorithms, sensor fusion methods, and techniques to interpret big data sets. The program currently accepts applications in order to form a very diverse, multi-disciplinary cohort of nascent researchers for this summer. Minorities, women and people with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.
This fourth-year REU site will be hosted at the ASU main campus and will recruit nine undergraduate students per year in the summer for nine weeks. The Sensor, Signal and Information Processing (SenSIP) Devices and Algorithms REU will provide integrative research experiences at the overlap of sensor device design and algorithm development. Most of the projects will be under the auspices of the Sensor Signal and Information Processing (SenSIP) center which is an Arizona Board of Regents program that also has a Phase 2 Industry/ University Cooperative Research Center site of NCSS (award 1540040). SenSIP and the Co-PIs collaborate closely with several faculties whose labs are central to the research theme of this REU site. This REU benefits from experiences gained from prior REU, REV and RET supplements of SenSIP which have produced research publications, presentations and publications, and a patent pre-disclosure.
REU Site Objectives
a) introduce students to general research practices by immersing them in research activities;
b) engage students in the integrated design of sensor devices and DSP and machine learning methods;
c) motivate REU students to innovate, pursue research careers, and attend graduate school;
d) provide cross-cutting training: presentations skills, patent and publication preparations;
e) provide strong experiences in multidisciplinary research.
9 openings. Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: $4500.00 stipend for the summer
About Arizona State University
The SenSIP Industry Consortium performs use-inspired research in sensor and information systems, adaptive and non-linear systems, digital signal and image processing, wireless communications, networks, and multimedia. Applications addressed include information processing, software systems, integrated sensing, biomedicine and genomics, defense and homeland security, sustainability and environmental technologies, speech/audio processing and telephony, imaging and video systems, low power realizations, real-time implementations, smart stages and interactive media, and vehicular sensing.
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