The following FULLY PAID UG RESEARCH projects are available at BROWN UNIVERSITY this summer. The application deadline is the end of January and the OUR will work with interested students on their applications.
STUDENTS SHOULD CONTACT Dwain Pruitt in the OUR (email@example.com ) .
Developing tools and environments that make programming easier, faster and more secure while making programmers more productive. Students should have had significant programming experience and be knowledgeable about some combination of software engineering, user interfaces, machine learning, compilers, visualization, and graphics.
The Center for the Capture and Conversion of CO2 aims to develop new catalytic chemistries that enable CO2 to become a sustainable feedstock for large-scale commodity chemicals.
Three strategic areas of research and innovation are being pursued that taken together support our overall vision: (1) gain new fundamental insight into the mechanisms by which metals (in molecular, supported, or bulk form) activate CO2, (2) co-develop with industrial partners new processes by which activated CO2 is incorporated into the industrial synthesis of commodity targets, and (3) co-develop with industrial and utility partners new approaches to compressing and purifying CO2 from flue gas of a combustion-based power plant to a state that is suitable for utilization as a concentrated feedstock.
Division of Applied Mathematics:
Research this summer will include group projects in the areas of:
Applications, dynamical systems, and probability theory.
Numerical approximations to partial differential equations (PDEs).
Event organizers are seeking judges in all areas of science to interview the talented students of Florida on their scientific research projects for 2013-14.
The National Social Science Association has been in existence for 33 years and is a growing interdisciplinary association that has served thousands of social scientists through its conferences, seminars and publications. The association is now accepting proposals for its National Technology and Social Science Conference April 13-15, 2014. More Information»
On Tuesday, April 15, 2014, the Office for Undergraduate Research will host the Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium. The event will be held in the Marshall Student Center (Ballroom and conference rooms) and will provide a venue for undergraduate students in all disciplines to present their current research and receive feedback from research mentors and peers. Additional Information coming soon!