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SUMMER PROGRAMS
NC State Research Experience for Undergraduates in Mathematics

NC State Research Experience for Undergraduates in Mathematics:
Modeling and Industrial Applied Mathematics

REU arrive on 5/25 and depart on 7/31 (First day of program 5/26)


REU+ (Under-represented Undergraduate students)
have different application sites.

The Online Application is available online.

Program Director:  Loek Helminck

The NSF and the NSA provide generous funding and support for this REU program.

Where: NC State University, Raleigh, NC .
Stipend and support: $4500 for ten weeks, all housing provided, as well as a partial meal allowance. Travel funds up to $300 per participant provided as needed.
Topics for 2015 REU program: TBA

 

Participant background, requirements and selection: Participants are expected to meet the following criteria:

  • must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States or its possessions,
  • must be a full-time undergraduate mathematics major as of September 2014,
  • must be committed to devote their full time to the program and not engage in any other course work or employment during the program,

    Participants will be selected on the basis of demonstrated mathematical creativity, motivation, and good work habits as well as meeting the above requirements, as determined from the application materials and recommendation letters.

This program will be similiar to those offered in the past. Past program homepages Summer 2005 , Summer 2006 , Summer 2007, Summer 2008, Summer 2009, Summer 2010, Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, and Summer 2014.

 


Calendar and Info for REU participants

Week 1: REU Workshop on modeling.

Reception with REU students and faculty.

Week 2: Introduction to projects and mentors. Project teams are determined and begin to work on projects.

Weeks 3 - 9: Work on projects. Progress reports are due each Friday. Every other week there will be presentations given by each group. In addition there may be seminars on:

  • mathematics related to the student projects
  • research ethics
  • applying to graduate school
  • how to give poster presentations
  • how to give research talks

Extra-curricular activities may include weekly teas, organized game and movie nights, a trip to see the AAA Durham Bulls play a baseball game, as well as an excursion to the beach. The North Carolina beaches and North Carolina mountains are within 2 to 4 hours drive from Raleigh.

Week 10: Students complete their final reports and do poster presentations of their work.

 

Places to visit:

Sunday in the Park

Raleigh Events

NC Events

NC Festivals

 


Notification Policy

All applicants will be notified by email about the completeness of their application a couple of days after the deadline date. Unless previously notified, a final notification that the search is closed will be emailed after all positions have been filled and confirmed (this could take a month).  If you have any questions about the status of your application, especially if you are trying to make a decision on accepting another summer position, please email the program director who will be happy to send you a prompt response.

Comments and suggestions to loek@math.ncsu.edu
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