Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)

The Institute recognizes and supports exceptional undergraduates from across the University doing computational research through the UROP Summer Research Awards. This award is granted to individuals using data-driven or computational approaches in conducting research.  UROP is designed to help Boston University full-time undergraduate students become involved in research.

  • Lawrence Luo, “The American Sign Language STEM Concept Learning Resource: Development of a Web-Based Educational Resource in the Fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students”
    Mentor: Lorenzo Orecchia, Robert Hoffman, Deaf Studies (SED)
  • Matin Sakib, “Simulation of Aftershocks in the Olami-Feder-Christensen (OFC) earthquake model to find Omori’s Law’s critical exponent”
    Mentor: Douglas Densmore, William Klein, Physics (CAS)
  • Trishta Tiwari, “Integration of the Datacenter Physical Layer into the MOC Monitoring System”
    Mentor: Ayse Coskun, Electrical & Computer Engineering (ENG)