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Armour R&D Summer Research Immersion Opportunities

Below are opportunities that are available for the Summer 2019 Armour R&D Undergraduate Research Immersion Program. 

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ENGR 498 - UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IMMERSION - TEAM  (PERMIT ONLY)

This course provides a faculty-mentored immersive research experience as a part of a student team. Research topics are determined by a faculty mentor’s area of research and work will be conducted in discipline-specific and/or computer laboratories. A student team will engage in research for a minimum of eight weeks, 20 hours/week. Students are required to submit their findings in a publication style research paper, present their findings orally, and attend research-oriented seminars during the summer experience. Students will be matched with faculty mentors according to their area of engineering study and personal research interest.

NumberResearch TitleFacultySession DateDescription / Recommended Majors
ENGR 498-03 BIM (Building Information Modeling) in Design, Construction and Operation Julide Demirdoven 

5/29- 7/19

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ENGR 498-04 Research in Transportation Engineering/Public Works Zongzhi Li 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information
ENGR 498-09 The WELL Building Standard in Design and Operation David Arditi 5/29- 7/19
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ENGR 498-21

Advanced Automotive Projects Francisco Ruiz 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-40

Pathway Analysis Using Multidimensional Omics Data  Abhinav Bhushan 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-41

Data Analysis for Alzheimer's Abhinav Bhushan 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-42

Development of Organ on Chip Tissue Models  Abhinav Bhushan 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-43

Point of Care for Biosensors for managing Diabetes  Abhinav Bhushan 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-44

Developing a New Class of Accessible Microfluidics  Abhinav Bhushan 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-46

Modeling, Analysis, & Optimization of Conventional, Hybrid, & Electric Vehicles Carrie Hall 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-47

Aircraft System Identification David Williams 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-48

Design of Pumped Hydro Energy Storage for Smart Grid Applications Donald Chmielewski 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-49

Reconfigurable Hardware Design for Signal Processing Applications Erdal Oruklu 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-50

Research in Internet of Things and Machine Vision System Design

Jafar Saniie 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-51

Building Energy Analysis for Resilient Design Julide Demirdoven 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-52

Assistive Technology Solutions Mahesh Krishnamurthy 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-53

Wireless Network Architecture and Performance Analysis for Driverless Car Suresh Borkar 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 498-54

Large-Scale Medical Imaging Analysis Boris Gutman 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 499 - UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IMMERSION - INDIVIDUAL  (PERMIT ONLY)

This course provides a faculty-mentored immersive research experience. Students will be assigned individual research projects working along with graduate students, postdoctoral scientists, and other researchers as  member of one of the IIT's research laboratories directed by IIT's engineering faculty. Research topics are determined by a faculty mentor’s area of research. Students will engage in individual research projects for a minimum of eight weeks, 20 hours/week. Students are required to submit their findings in a publication style research paper, present their findings orally, and attend research-oriented seminars during the summer experience. Students will be matched with faculty mentors according to their area of engineering study and personal research interest. 

Number

Research Title

Faculty

Session Date Description / Recommended Majors

 ENGR 499-16

Electric Vehicles Mahesh Krishnamurthy 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

  ENGR 499-18

Control of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Baisravan HomChaudhuri 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

  ENGR 499-24

Clinical Immersion - Quantitative Marker Development Keigo Kawaji 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

  ENGR 499-31

Synthetic Biology Sensors for Modulating Cell Function to Model Diseases   Abhinav Bhushan 5/29- 7/19
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  ENGR 499-32

Sustainable Solution for Mitigating Odors and Corrosion in Wastewater Collection Systems Ali Oskouie 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

  ENGR 499-33

Embedded System Design for Computer Vision Applications Erdal Oruklu 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

 ENGR 499-35

Eradicating Biofilms via Plant-Derived Compounds Seok Hoon Hong 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

 ENGR 499-36

Synthetic Biology Approaches for Controlling Biofilms Seok Hoon Hong 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 499-42

Modeling Hazardous Air Emissions from Wastewater Treatment Operations Ali Oskouie 5/29-7/19 Click for more information

  ENGR 499-43

Point of are for Biosensors for Managing Diabetes  Abhinav Bhushan 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 499-44

3D Tissue Microenvironments for Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation into Cartilage and Bone Georgia Papavasiliou 5/29-7/19 Click for more information 

ENGR 499- 54

Novel Tissue Design towards Categorical Assessment of Heart Failure Georgia Papavasiliou 5/29-7/19 Click for more information 
ENGR 499-55 The Technology Discovery Challenges: Summer Training on Research Methodology Marcella Vaicik 5/29-7/19 Click for more information 
ENGR 499-56 Clinical Systems Integration Research of Healthcare Datapoints for Improved Patient Throughput Keigo Kawaji 5/29-7/19 Click for more information
ENGR 499-57 Comparison between Current Seismic Codes for Residential Buildings Mehdi Modares 5/29-7/19 Click for more information

 ENGR 598-04

Design with Sensors, FPGA and Smart Phone Jafar Saniie 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information

ENGR 599-44

3D Tissue Microenvironments for Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation into Cartilage and Bone Georgia Papavasiliou 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information 

ENGR 599-55

The Technology Discovery Challenges: Summer Training on Research Methodology Marcella Vaicik 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information 

ENGR 599-56

Clinical Systems Integration Research of Healthcare Datapoints for Improved Patient Throughput Keigo Kawaji 5/29- 7/19 Click for more information