Research Experience for Undergraduates Summer 2013

Students in the Research Experience for Undergraduates REU summer 2013 programpresented posters on research projects they have worked on over the summer. The project topics include: measurement of diesel emission particulate matter, experimental hybrid vehicle fuel system, lithium ion battery characterization and SOC measurement, hybrid vehicle dynamometer test stand development, heavy duty truck driving simulation, and measuring temperature variations in combustion vessels.
The REU program is funded by the National Science Foundation and gives undergraduate students from universities across the nation the opportunity to work on cutting-edge research projects with faculty and graduate student mentors.

Video Clips of Research Experience for Undergraduates Summer 2013
Also photos can be viewed on College of Engineering Flickr Photo Gallery

Michigan Tech has several Summer Undergraduate Research programs, see also the MICUP program foir STEM and non-STEM fields

Read more from the article “Is Michigan Tech for Me? Community College Students Get an Inside Look at University”

Also the SURF program: SURFing for the Summer
and a sample of REU and SURF photos

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