SuperUROP is an advanced undergraduate research program for juniors and seniors who want to have an advanced research experience working closely with a faculty advisor and producing publication worthy results. SuperUROP helps prepare more than 100 EECS students a year to continue in graduate school, enter industry or create startups.
Visit the SuperUROP website to learn about the projects proposed by EECS faculty members and industry projects for SuperUROPs in the 2016-17 year. Some of these projects are listed in the cards on this page. The site also contains information about application and registration. (MIT certificates required).
Oct. 17, 2013 MIT News Office article by Patricia Sampson and Danielle R. Festino: "SuperUROP raises bar for bar for undergraduate research and innovation."
Aug 21, 2013 Technology Review article by SuperUROP 2012-13 Denzil Sikka '13: "A Souped Up UROP. My year of advanced undergrad research."
May 13, 2013 MIT News Office article by Jennifer Chu titled: "First ‘SuperUROPs’ cap off inaugural year. EECS program immerses undergraduates in advanced research projects."
Jan. 23, 2013 MIT News Office article by Lauren Clark titled: "SuperUROP propels undergraduate research to next level. Poster session showcases student advances in key technologies and attracts faculty, venture capitalists and industry sponsors."
The program is illustrated in the diagram below.