NSF-REU in Smart Computing and Communications at UMBC
Summer 2023 (June 5 - August 11)
Extended Deadline: March 31, 2023
University of Maryland Baltimore County’s Mobile, Pervasive and Sensor Computing Lab (MPSC Lab) hosts an immersive summer research program in smart computing and communications for promising undergraduate students across the country. The REU research projects will be conducted in three interrelated thrust areas of smart computing and communications: (i) security and privacy protection, (ii) novel applications, and (iii) sensing and adaptive networking. Proposed projects will include a mix of theory and hands-on work and will leverage enabling paradigms (e.g., cloud computing, Internet-of-Things, high-speed wireless) to design, model, and implement novel techniques and solutions for smart computing and communication applications, encompassing algorithms for artificial intelligence, data mining, machine learning, edge analytics, signal processing, and big data. Some projects will also include building functional prototypes for demonstration.
Your Maryland Experience
How to Apply:
The field of smart computing and communications thrives on the diversity of thought and experiences. We welcome applications from students from all backgrounds, ethnicities, and genders.
Undergraduate students majoring in science or engineering.
U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.
Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply.
Selections will be based on a combination of research interests, academic qualifications, and faculty recommendations.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) programs is funded by the National Science Foundation grant #CNS- 2050999.