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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.
- The REAL Portal (Research Experience & Applied Learning)
- Academic Enrichment Programs
- CSE Honors Program
- IDEA Student Center--Calendar information for Success Workshops for Emerging Engineers in Training (SWEET)
- CSE Faculty Research
CSE Faculty Projects and Programs for Undergraduates
- 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.
- UC San Diego's Starcave with Dr. Jurgen Schulze: Students interested in working with Dr. Schulze must email him at email@example.com. 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).
- Ubicomp Lab with Dr. Weibel: research related to human-centered and ubiquitous computing for health and healthcare. Projects will be using ubiquitous computing technology (sensors, cameras, AR/VR, wearables, etc.). See student projects web page for details.