UF Internship & Research Opp for ECE Undergrads through ALP
- Are you looking for an electrical engineering-focused internship or research position in the Summer C or Fall 2022 semesters and interested in developing your personal-professional skillsets? The Active Learning Program (ALP) is a 1-semester internship and research program that connects eager, well-trained undergraduate students with UF faculty and community mentors engaged in internship and research projects. Interested students apply to be enrolled in the 3-credit Active Learning Program IDS4940 course where they will earn valuable, mentored internship/research experience; develop their personal-professional strengths, values, mission, and brand; build their professional and interpersonal skillsets in collaboration, communication, and conflict management; learn to professionally analyze the complex problems facing our world; and create professional deliverables to be used in their internships and as an early career professional. You can learn more about the ALP and apply through our application: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ey9mDCqr0CCKjK6
And view our internship and research opportunities https://caires.center.ufl.edu/current-projects/current-alp-projects/.
For electrical engineering students, we recommend paying special attention to these projects:
- Integration of AI and CRISPR Approaches in Postharvest Biology of Vegetables and Fruits Research
- Machine Learning for Physical Activity and Stress Recognition Using Wearable Devices Research
- Validation of a Portable Device to Assess the Big Toe Health Research
- Web Development Tutorial Internship
- Youth Financial Literacy Google Site Internship
We look forward to reviewing your application!
- Research overview:
In an industry-supported project through the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST), we are developing a flexible hybrid electronic platform for heat exhaustion monitoring. The project involves designing multiple screen-printed sensors that will be integrated onto a flexible substrate with signal processing and Bluetooth circuitry. The Bluetooth circuitry is based on the design of the TI BLE Temperature Patch.For more information, see the Flyer.
Here is a great undergrad research opportunity offered by the DOE under their SULI program. They pay for housing, your flight and a great stipend. There are several options, especially for ECE undergrads across all of the labs. Check it out: https://science.osti.gov/wdts/suli/How-to-Apply