Current UPRISE Projects


The following table contains links to the Individual Projects Information:

3D Bio-Printing of a Human Blood Brain Barrier-Chip for Modelling of COVID-19-induced Cerebrovascular DiseasesAnalyzing High Energy Physics Data from the LHCb ExperimentCosmology with the Cosmic Microwave Background
Design and Test of Attitude Control Methods for CubeSatDeveloping a Neuroscience Readmission Reduction Program (NRRP)Developing Astronomical Ring Galaxy Catalogue
Developing fast responding solutions for removing cyanobacteria, cyanotoxins, and nutrients with coagulation/flocculation/sedimentationElectroweak Physics and New Physics Searches with the Large Hadron ColliderEnabling Continuous Glucose Meters for Monitoring Chronic Diseases Beyond Diabetes
Engineering microbiome for imaging and therapyEvolution of viviparity in insectsHormones and Development
Improving Optimization Algorithms for Fitting Large Data SetsIntroSat Design and DevelopmentInvestigation into voice and swallowing biomechanics for those with and without Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis
Machine Learning for High Energy PhysicsMachine learning for the function and dynamics of protein complexesModeling of respiratory and speech disorders
MyA: Multi-Biometric Vest for People Living with Angelman SyndromeNeoWarm: Kangaroo Mother Care with Integrated Thermal Management and Vital Signs MonitoringNeutrino Oscillation Research
Sensors for neurotransmitter detectionSimulation and Testing of Newly Developed Control and Sensors in Regular and Bio-inspired Robotics and UAVsSmart Helmets for Detecting and Preventing Concussions
Spatial Training in Education: Spatial Tasks, Apps, and Assessment (STAA)Tailoring 2D electron gases in superconducting oxidesThermoelectrics with Large Magnetic Fields
Ultrasound imaging for therapy guidanceVideo Summary GenerationVisualization of High Energy Particle Collision Simulations
Where does all the oxygen go? Computational modeling to support heart therapies.

Note - "Some projects are multi-disciplinary; a project in one area may be of interest to students from another major. Be sure to look at the projects in related areas to widen your choices."

Contact: Tiffany Grant, Ph.D., UPRISE REU Director (Email: tiffany.grant@uc.edu)