The Engineering Science Department has hosted a wide diversity of Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) experiences. Every year the Department hosts around 70 different UROP projects.
Here are some recent titles:
- "Modeling Droplet Dispersion to understand Disease transmission"
- "Quantum Groups and Hecke Algebras"
- "Modular Representations of Cherednik Algebras"
- "Combinatorics of the Bruhat Order"
- "Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions of the Laplacian and Schrodinger Operators"
Faculty UROP Coordinators:
More of these projects arose from conversations between the student and the advisor than as a project or idea proposed by the advisor. In almost every case the project represents individual research carried out by the student under the guidance of the advisor.