Research Experience for Undergraduates — 2017

The Harvey Mudd College Department of Computer Science is pleased to offer an exciting Research Experience for Undergraduates site in the computer-systems areas of natural language processing (readability, content-tracking, and re-rendering of articles) and artificial intelligence (music software and vision-based robotics) with the generous support of the National Science Foundation (#1659805). The experience intends to balance intellectual challenge and development with the enjoyment that comes with immersion in a research environment.

The program is open to US citizens and permanent residents who are enrolled in undergraduate degree programs. All qualifying students are welcome! Both we at HMC and the NSF invest in building diversity in CS. Both encourage members of groups traditionally underrepresented in postsecondary CS to apply. The program involves a total of 10 students working with faculty members at Harvey Mudd for 10 weeks over the summer. Students will receive a summer stipend, as well as on-campus housing and meals at no cost.

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