Research > Undergraduate Opportunities

Current Research Projects Looking for EE Students

Undergraduate Senior Project (EE499) Opportunities

Faculty - got an opportunity for students that should be included here? Just send an email to the Associate Chair for Research, Jenq-Neng Hwang, at .

SEAL Lab (Sensors, Energy, and Automation Laboratory)

The SEAL Lab in Electrical Engineering is frequently looking for passionate undergraduates who are interested in learning about research and working on fun group projects. Our projects are mostly medical related and are in listed topics: Embedded Systems, Control Systems, High/Low level programming, Linux programming, Analog/ Digital Electronics, Power Systems.

Sep Makhsous
EE PhD Candidate

Office: EEB 271

Biorobotics Lab

The Biorobotics Lab in Electrical Engineering frequently has projects available for undergraduate researchers at all levels. Possible topics include: embedded systems, control systems, linux programming, analog electronics, digital electronics, bioinstrumentation, and human factors.

To find out more, contact Professor Hannaford or drop by the Biorobotics Lab in EEB 455. Projects must be discussed and arranged prior to the end of the first week of the quarter.

Professor Blake Hannaford
(206) 543-2197

Listing verified as current 12/05/2011

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