SuperUROP scholars undertake a two-semester supervised research project and enroll in 6.UAR (Preparation for Undergraduate Research).
In both the lab and the classroom, students learn the essentials of research, from designing experiments to writing technical papers to presenting at conferences.
SuperUROP is administered by the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS). As of May 2020, 922 students had graduated from the program.
Photo: SuperUROP Showcase Poster Session To learn more about SuperUROP, download the 2018-2019 SuperUROP research guide or read this January 2020 MIT News feature. Interested students can also view a video of this March 2020 information session and visit the the SuperUROP application site.
For examples of past SuperUROP projects, view this collection of student research presentations and this more in-depth video about former SuperUROP scholar Garrett Souza '19 (above). Please note: The spring 2020 SuperUROP Showcase, which had been scheduled for April 23, has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Questions? Contact superurop-contact [at] mit.edu.