Prospective PhD and MS-thesis students must apply to the University of Utah Department of Mechanical Engineering graduate program, by the deadlines specified on the department website. Requests to review CV’s or conduct remote interviews in advance of applying to the graduate program will not be considered.
Current MS Non-Thesis Students (Research credits)
Current MS non-thesis students interested in conducting research for credit should contact Prof. Warren, and include a brief statement of their research interests, a resume, and an unofficial transcript.
The following positions are available for undergraduate researchers:
The AEIL is sponsoring a U of U Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) project for Summer 2023 (May 24-Aug 3): “Engineering Meets Photography: Investigating Ascorbic Acid Interaction with Silver Halides” (See project page). SPUR participants are expected to spend 35-40 hours per week on research and program-related activities for the entire duration of the program, and receive a stipend of $5,000 for the summer.
Applications must be submitted through the SPUR website by 11:59 PM MT on Sunday, January 29, 2023. Interested students are encouraged to contact Prof. Warren in advance of the application deadline for more information.
The U’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) provides students with an opportunity to earn a $1,200 stipend for 120 hours of research during an academic term (spring, summer, or fall). Renewal applications may also be submitted for a second semester of research. The application requires the student to propose a research project. Applications are submitted through the UROP website.
Summer 2023 deadline: 03/10/23
Fall 2023 deadline: 06/30/23
Students interested in applying to UROP are encouraged to contact Prof. Warren well in advance of the above deadlines. Please include a brief statement of your research interests, a resume, and an unofficial transcript.
Technical elective credits (Ongoing)
Undergraduate students who have attained upper division status may participate in research in the AEIL for 3 units of technical elective credit. Students interested in participating in research for credit should contact Prof. Warren well in advance of their intended research semester. Please include a brief statement of your research interests, a resume, and an unofficial transcript.