To undergraduate students who are interested in research:

 

Howdy!

 

Texas A&M University and various federal agencies provide highly motivated students many opportunities to participate world class research. As an engineering faculty, I have long been involving our undergraduate education and research programs. It is one of my career goals to help undergraduate students to experience the cutting-edge research and develop a life-long passionate for engineering development.

 

Browse the link below to explore the research opportunities sponsored by Texas A&M University or National Science Foundation (NSF). Most of them provide you an opportunity to participate in ongoing research and a good stipends/scholarship. Several other agencies, including NSF, NIH, DOD, DOE and National Science Council (NSC), also provide scholarship to support domestic student to pursue graduate degrees.

 

Please let me know (jimji @ tamu.edu) if you are interested in undergraduate research and like to further explore these opportunities in Aggieland and elsewhere.

        Undergraduate Research Resources at Texas A&M University

 

o    TAMU Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Undergraduate Research

(Dept. contact: Professor Deepa Kundur. Email: deepaece.tamu.edu )

 

o    TAMU College of Engineering Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship

 

o    Texas A&M University Undergraduate Honor and Undergraduate Research Program

 

o    National Science Foundation REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) Opportunities

(Find current REU opportunities)

 

o    NSF REU on Biomarkers at Texas A&M

(Dr. Ji is a faculty advisor on this REU program)

 

o    NSF REU on Biochemistry at Texas A&M

 

          Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering and Biomedical Imaging

(Slides from my seminar to summer SWE camp)

         Female Students Interested in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University:

(Courtesy: Veronica Valero)

 

(In photo with 2012 Summer NSF REU students with Dr. Ji and his graduate students)