Undergraduate students are welcomed in the lab. To the right is a list of projects that could potentially be undertaken by an undergraduate provided that there is a graduate mentor available; the prospective undergraduate has reasonable background experience; and the graduate/undergraduate pairing is an appropriate fit. If you are interested in working with us, contact Jake George directly at email@example.com, with a cc: to Greg.Clark@utah.edu. Items to include in your email:
- Specific email subject line: "Prospective Undergraduate Student"
- Brief cover letter detailing your past work related to one of the topics mentioned below OR a specific project you are interested in
Although a prospective undergraduate is not expected to have all of the background knowledge necessary for a given project, some related experience is recommended. Generally useful subjects include:
- SolidWorks and 3D printing
- Soldering and breadboard prototyping
We are always looking for high-performing graduate students with a wide range of skills. To be considered for a position in the CNI, you must first be accepted to the University of Utah in a relevant department, including Bioengineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Neuroscience. For details on the application process for the Department of Bioengineering, visit our departmental website provided on the Links tab, and, in particular, the Neural Interfaces track.