Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU)
The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering provides undergraduate students with opportunities to participate in research projects. All senior students must complete EEE4610 Electrical and Electroning Engineering Capstone Design. This course is run by two tracks, indepedent and cooperative tracks. Senior projects are graded by faculty members during public exhibition fairs hosted by the College of Engineering every semester.
An independent track is advised by a single faculty advisor. Undegraduate students applying for the independent track can form a team including up to three students.
A cooperative track is advised by two or more faculty members. A team can include up to five undergraduate students. Cooperative-track teams are granted financial supports for projects. Greater quality of work is typically expected from the cooperative track.
Undergraduate students are strongly recommended to contact facutly members of interests at any time and consult if lab opportunities are available. Use the links below to find research areas and faculty members of our school.