Photographer: Alireza Khodamoradi; Subject: Antonella Wilby; SphereCam Researcher/Designer: Antonella Wilby
CSE undergraduate students are encouraged to collaborate on projects and research with faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students. Participating in research allows students to:
- Get a hands-on experience
- Make connections with faculty
- Explore a specific area of interest
- Develop academic and career goals
- Prepare for education beyond an undergraduate degree
Students may receive course credit by enrolling into CSE 199 - Independent Study or CSE 198-Directed Group Study. Students should see their appropriate degree program requirements for CSE 198/199 Elective information.
- Academic Enrichment Programs
- CSE Honors Program
- IDEA Student Center--Calendar information for Success Workshops for Emerging Engineers in Training (SWEET)
- The Research Experience & Applied Learning (REAL) Portal
CSE Faculty Projects and Programs for Undergraduates
- CSE Faculty Research
- Early Research Scholars Program
- Engineers for Exploration: Various projects related to ecology, biology, cultural heritage, and archaeology. More information on how to join these projects.
- Kastner Research Group: Projects related to designing future embedded computing systems. See projects page for more details. Contact Prof. Kastner directly to get involved.
- Search for the Los Tomb of Genghis Khan with Dr. Albert Lin. Students interested in working with Dr. Albertin Lin email@example.com
- Ubiquitous Computing is one of Dr. Bill Griswold's research fields. He is looking for energetic people who love to design and build systems. Dr. Griswold is also interested in architecture of large systems so they can be evolved.
- UC San Diego's Starcave with Dr. Jurgen Schulze. Students interested in working with Dr. Schulze must email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Prerequisite CSE 167 is required.
- UC San Diego's Design Lab with Dr. Scott Klemmer's current PhD students (ongoing projects throughout the academic year).