Research Experiences for Undergraduates
The NSF REU Program Imaging in the Physical Sciences is a new program that builds on the strength of the research and educational programs in the interdisciplinary Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology, extending a rich history of undergraduate research experiences with RIT students to students from beyond RIT’s walls. Our program introduces young scientists to research in a highly interdisciplinary, team-oriented setting, preparing the students for the type of goal-oriented research they are likely to encounter in real-world environments. RIT is now the third largest undergraduate private technical university in the United States.
Imaging in the Physical Sciences is designed to draw students from all year levels and from a range of undergraduate majors, including students who have just completed their freshman or sophomore years. Qualified students will have completed the first year of a physical science, engineering, mathematics, or computer science program. Applicants will submit a transcript, resume, statement of research and career interests, and two letters of recommendation.
Click here for a list of participating labs
Click here for a list of supplemental activities
Click here for benefits
Click here for background info about our REU program
|Important Dates for 2013|
Please direct all questions about the CIS REU program to ipsreu @ cis.rit.edu (remove spaces)
Please note, undergraduate student participants funded by NSF must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. However, international students who are interested in this summer opportunity should still submit their applications through this website, as we also have alternative funding sources that allows us to fund international students.
Last Modified: 12:52pm 28 Sep 12