Part of IEN’s mission is to provide educational programs for young people, undergraduates, and the general public. Our goals are to ensure a nano-literate public in Georgia and to encourage students to pursue education and careers in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, and particularly in nanotechnology. Below you will find opportunities for students at the undergraduate level and K-12.
AMALTHEA REU: Advances of Machine Learning in Theory & Applications
AMALTHEA is a 10-week, summer research experience (REU) site for domestic undergraduate students primarily funded by the National Science Foundation and hosted at Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida. Its broader research area is Machine Learning (ML), its theory and applications. Due to AMALTHEA's particular intellectual focus, our program is annually seeking to recruit nation-wide a diverse body of student participants from a wide spectrum of disciplines such as Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics and Physics.
If you are an undergraduate science or engineering student, seize the opportunity and join us to explore and discover the vast world of ML. Contribute to the state of the art of the discipline and make a difference in a major component of today's advanced technology. You have 16 days left to apply. Apply now! Please note that applications are reviewed and participation offers are made on a rolling basis. Therefore, we suggest you to apply as early as you can before the application deadline!
Last day to apply = Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Application online at: http://www.amalthea-reu.org/