Nearly 130 undergraduate researchers shared their results at the Spring 2019 SuperUROP Showcase. The Fall 2019 SuperUROP Showcase will be held on Thursday, Dec. 5, from 4-6 p.m. in the Stata Center. Photo: Gretchen Ertl
Taylor V'Dovec '19, a MechE/Lincoln Lab SuperUROP scholar in 2018-2019, investigated how novel techniques and technologies can improve aerial and aquatic transportation. Photo: Gretchen Ertl
Arjun Gupta, an AeroAstro/Lincoln Lab SuperUROP scholar in 2018-2019, worked on deep learning for scene understanding and prediction for autonomous vehicles. Photo: Gretchen Ertl
Patrick Tornes '19, a School of Engineering/Quest SuperUROP scholar in 2018-2019, worked on a project exploring the intersection of machine learning and adaptive control with aerial vehicle flight testing. Photo: Justin Knight
Haripriya Mehta, an Undergraduate Research and Innovation scholar in 2018-2019, studied using machine learning to generate fresh ideas for storyboard artists. Photo: Gretchen Ertl
Helen Ho '19, a Fairbairn SuperUROP scholar in 2018-2019, worked project that involved training image-recognition algorithms for self-driving cars. Photo: Gretchen Ertl
Faraaz Nadeem '19 (right), a CS+HASS SuperUROP scholar in 2018-2019, worked with music technology professor Eran Egozy on automatic computer transcription of musical performances involving multiple instruments. Photo: Gretchen Ertl
Nichole Clarke '18, a former SuperUROP scholar, is now an EECS graduate student and Siebel Scholar.
Ava Soleimany '16, a former SuperUROP scholar, co-authored a paper published in Science. She is now a graduate student and co-director of a popular Independent Activities Period class on deep learning.
Scholars participate in a yearlong research experience and enroll in 6.UAR (Preparation for Undergraduate Research). Working on supervised projects, students learn the essentials of research, from designing experiments to writing technical papers to presenting at conferences.
Download the most recent SuperUROP guide, which includes a complete list of 2018-2019 scholars and projects, along with photos and other content.
SuperUROP is an MIT School of Engineering program administered by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS).
On Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019, more than 100 SuperUROP scholars will present posters and discuss their research in progress at the fall SuperUROP Showcase from 4-6 in the Stata Center (Building 32), 32 Vassar St. Refreshments will be served. Join us!
In late April 2019, nearly 130 students presented the results of their yearlong research projects at the SuperUROP Showcase in the Stata Center. Read the article and view the slideshow here.
For an example of a SuperUROP project, view this video of 2018-2019 SuperUROP scholar Garrett Souza '19 (above), who analyzed the effect of visual media on implicit biases.
Then view this montage from the April 2019 SuperUROP Showcase poster session, followed by 12 brief videos of 2018-2019 SuperUROP scholars presenting their research results.