Summer Research Expeditions (SRE) in Computational Sciences, Systems and Engineering – Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins UniversityThe Johns Hopkins University (commonly referred to as Johns Hopkins, JHU, or simply Hopkins) is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland (United States).

And Summer Research Expeditions (SRE) is an intensive, ten-week program to help undergraduates immerse themselves in research and taste the excitement of inventing. SRE is led by faculty members in Computer Science. Participants will be part of a research team, including one or more faculty mentors and/or a graduate student mentor, and will be expected to make contributions to a challenging research topic.

Example areas of research include Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Algorithms for Big Data, Computer Vision and Robotics, Computational Healthcare and Computational Biology.

Who can apply: Undergraduate students at four-year institutions are eligible to apply. Few spots are also available for international applicants.

Projects: Projects for 2017 have been posted here. Each project has a number assigned to it. Applicants will need to pick their top two project choices and list it on their application. Most projects are purposely open-ended. Once a student has been selected, students may work with their mentors to refine and adapt individual projects to their interest and background.

Location: Johns Hopkins University.

Duration: May 22 – July 28, 2017.

Stipend: $4500 for 10 weeks + Housing.

For more details and to apply, visit Summer Research Expeditions (SRE), Johns Hopkins University’s page.

The last date to apply this year is February 15, 2017.

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