Research Experiences for Undergraduates and Teachers
Through UTChattSat—a CubeSat Research and STEM program—students work closely with their mentors on cutting-edge projects in Space Systems, Electronics, Communications, Power Systems, Internet of Things, Smart Cities and other exciting research areas.
Autonomy Technology Research (ATR) Center Summer Program
Collaborative research experience for students, professors, industry, and government.
- Solving Air Force problems in sensing and autonomy technologies, including sensor processing and exploitation; object tracking and recognition; navigation and more.
- Work with an Air Force mentor at Wright State University, or nearby Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and have access to outstanding computing resources, measurement and modeling tools, and data.
- Organized activities for ATR Center participants, including day trips to amusement parks, canoeing, hiking, Celtic Fest and Dayton Air Show.
Research Experiences for Teachers: Engineering and Data Analytics in Smart Cities
Hamilton County teachers and UTC researchers work together on state of the art smart-city themed projects. Industry partners and student organization engage teachers during the summer and in the classroom during the school year.
SCALE (Scalable Asymmetric Lifecycle Engagement)
To develop microelectronics radiation effects curriculum, involve undergraduate students in research, and to place students in internships. SCALE at UTC will provide mentoring, internship matching and targeted research projects for college students interested in microelectronics radiation-hardening (i.e., electronics systems sent to outer space).
Cyber-Physical Systems (PREP-CPS)
Community college faculty and UTC researchers work together on energy themed projects, utilizing cutting-edge technology in cyber-physical systems. Industry partners and student organizations engage community college instructors during the summer and in the classroom during the school year.
The about 10-week iCompBio REU focuses on interdisciplinary computational biology training to undergraduates in science, technology, engineering, math, and other related fields. Please look through the potential research projects and then choose your preferences of the potential research topics.