Participating in undergraduate research makes you stand out to potential employeers.
UCARE (Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experiences), is funded by the Pepsi Endowment and the Program of Excellence. UCARE pairs undergraduate students with faculty, providing a unique educational experience by allowing students to be involved in ongoing research or other creative activities. Students who qualify will receive an annual award of up to $2400 ($1200/semester).
Undergraduates who have completed 30 credit hours ( by the end of the applying semester ) can apply for UCARE. Applicants will also need to have identified a faculty member to work with and a research project to work on. Interested students should either meet with their Undergraduate Adviser, who may be able to identify current research opportunities, or approach faculty directly.
The application deadline for participating in UCARE is generally a full semester or more before the actual start of the funding period. UCARE also hosts various workshops on topics from applying for UCARE to successfully completing your research.
If undergraduate research interests you, visit UCARE today for more information on this exciting opportunity.
UCARE 2014–2015 Awardees
Regression Test Selection from Binary Sources by Nathan McKain, faculty mentor: Gregg Rothermel
Survey error prevention: An intelligent agent approach by Gregory Atkin, faculty mentor: Leen-Kiat Soh
Powering Aquatic Sensors Remotely with Quadcopters by Jacob Greenwood, faculty mentor: Carrick Detweiler
Platte Basin Timelapse Image Analysis by Spencer Landis, faculty mentor: Ashok Samal
Image Analysis for Archival Discovery: Poetic Content in Historic Newspapers by Maanas Varma Datla, faculty mentor: LeenKiat Soh
UCARE 2013–2014 Awardees
AquaNode Motor Controller Board by Jacob Greenwood, faculty mentor: Carrick Detweiler
Machine Learning Techniques for Constraint Processing by Daniel Geschwender, faculty mentor: Berthe Y. Choueiry
Image Analysis for Archival Discovery: Poetic Content in Historic Newspapers by Joseph Lunde, faculty mentor: LeenKiat Soh
Computation of Phenotypes for Rice Plants from Germination to Senescence by Libin Jia, faculty mentor: Ashok Samal
UCARE 2012–2013 Awardees
An Energy Management Software System for MapReduce Data Centers by Bjorn Barrefors, faculty mentor: Ying Lu
Wireless power transfer by Caleb Berggren, faculty mentor: Carrick Detweiler
Encoding SQL statements as solvable constraints by Daniel Dobos, faculty mentor: Sebastian Elbaum
Mapping Solving Techniques between Boolean Satisfiability and Constraint Processing by Daniel Geschwender, faculty mentor: Berthe Y. Choueiry
Analyzing Interaction Data of Online Learning Objects by Sing hwa Lee, faculty mentor: LeenKiat Soh
Computational Simulations for the Unified Learning Model by Max Rowe, faculty mentor: LeenKiat Soh
Coordinating Multiple Solvers In the Context of Resource Allocation by Mary Burke, faculty mentor: Berthe Y. Choueiry
Real Time Visualization of Temperature Variances in a Supercomputer Data Center by Carson Crawford, faculty mentor: David Swanson
Continuation of Constraint Processing by Keegan Lunn, faculty mentor: Berthe Y. Choueiry