UPRISE @ UC (REU)

Current UPRISE Projects



MORE SUMMER 2022 PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS COMING SOON!

The following table contains links to the Individual Projects Information:

Add map/reduce capability to LHFAdd python bindings and documentation to our Lightweight Homology Framework (LHF)Algorithms for Computing Highly Oscillatory Integrals
Analyzing Data from CERN's LHCb ExperimentApplications of Machine Learning to High Energy PhysicsBehavioral Analysis of Color Vision in Jumping Spiders
Biosensors Breakthrough - Enabling Wearable Biochemical Sensing Beyond GlucoseCalculus in Heart MusclesCell signaling in trypanosomes
Controls, Sensors and Imaging that Improve Ground and Flying Robots NavigationDeep-Learning-based Side-Channel AttacksDepth Perception Mechanisms in Hunting Spiders
Electrohydrogenation of carbon dioxide into ethylene: decarbonizing the ethylene manufacturing processEmpowering Parents in Churches in Creating STEMulation (EPICC STEMulation)Engineering microbiome as novel biomedical sensors and therapeutic agents
Environmental Resilience and Sustainability of the Ancient MayaEvaluation of large-scale landslides in NevadaEvolution of Facial Patterning in Paradise Jumping Spiders
Experimental Vibration Study of Additively Manufactured Parts with Internal Damping FeaturesExploring the Context of Fitbit data Use by Clinicians and College StudentsHormones and Development
Identifying cancer-specific requirements PRPP-utilizing enzymesMachine Learning for Neuroimaging DataMachine learning for the dynamics of protein complexes
Modeling of respiratory and speech disordersNon-invasively disrupting the blood-brain barrier to treat neurological diseasesObservational Astrophysics and Cosmology
Phase Diagram of Kondo LatticesRole of Endoplasmic Reticulum Metallopeptidase 1 (ERMP1) in Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)Role of sleep for mosquito biology
Searching for Physics Beyond the Standard Model with the Large Hadron ColliderStatistical and Deep Learning Methods for High-dimensional Models in Remote SensingStructural and biochemical analysis of key enzymes in ADP-ribosylation cycle
Structural ObstaclesSustained local drug delivery in the oral cavityTechnological and Educational Initiatives to Improve Voice Outcomes
TOR kinase-mediated Enolase Regulatory Mechanism in NaegleriaUltrasound imaging for therapy guidanceVibration Testing of Damaged Engineering Structures
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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: Heather Norton, Ph.D., UPRISE REU Director (Email: heather.norton@uc.edu)