Two Computing Sciences Students Accepted into NSF Summer Research Program
Ephrem Kassahun (Computer Science - Advanced Computing track) and Maximus Streeter (Computer Science - Software Development track), have been chosen to participate in National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experience for Undergraduates program at Kennesaw State University.
The National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program at Kennesaw State University (KSU) is a highly competitive program and only a few students were chosen to participate. The participants will receive a stipend of $5,800 to help cover expenses associated with their 8-week research, as well as free housing and meal plans on campus, plus $600 travel expense reimbursement.
The REU program is designed to provide undergraduates with an immersive research experience in Noninvasive Deep Brain-Computed Interfaces.
The program will run from May 22, 2023, to July 28, 2023, at KSU Marietta Campus near Atlanta, GA. Throughout the program, the participants will be expected to fulfill research expectations, attend all required meetings and events, and fulfill any other responsibilities assigned to students.
Learn more about this competitive program
Dr. Ning Yu of Computing Sciences provided guidance and encouraged both of these undergraduate students to apply for this research experience.
Congratulations to Max and Ephrem and we wish them a very productive and intellectually stimulating summer through the REU program.