More than 130 MIT juniors and seniors are immersed in intensive year-long research projects.
SuperUROP gives undergraduates the chance to immerse themselves in a year-long research project with supportive mentors to guide the way.
Engineering undergrads showcase their research after one semester of year-long SuperUROP projects.
Senior Sarah Hensley aims to improve Earth's most advanced humanoid robot, in advance of its trip to the Red Planet.
Now open to the entire School of Engineering, SuperUROP is creating an interdisciplinary community of scholars.
EECS senior Ava Soleimany talks about leadership, her research in synthetic biology, and her tenure as captain of the women’s tennis team.
Neerja Aggarwal reflects on her love for theater, ultimate Frisbee, and electrical engineering.
Hallmark program “SuperUROP” lets undergrad engineers dive into a year-long research experience.
Undergrads present research at the SuperUROP Research Preview.
Yearlong “Super” Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program expands beyond electrical engineering and computer science.