Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) have become a popular and valuable way for undergraduates from minority-serving institutions to see first-hand the many research opportunities offered at the University of Illinois. Several of MechSE’s own faculty have participated as mentors in REU programs over the years.
This summer, MechSE’s Seid Koric and Chenhui Shao served as mentors and advised the research of four undergraduate students on the topic of “An integrated sensing, machine learning, and high-performance computing framework for real-time decision-making in smart manufacturing.”
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