Miami Beach from the roof of the New World Buidling
Program housing opens on Saturday, May 21 (new date) and closes Sunday, July 31, 2022.
Program begins Monday May 23 and closes Friday, July 29, 2022.
You should receive an email from housing about housing-onboarding.
You will be at the Lakeside
The housing will be a 4/2 with a kitchen.
The program begins in the third floor of Ungar. You will need a canecard for access.
Computing for Structure
is an NSF Funded Research Experience for Undergraduates,
created and directed by the University of Miami Department of Computer Science
and Center for Computational Science.
The P.I. for the REU is Prof. Rosenberg of the Computer Science Department, but the real work went to the
many mentors, listed as co-authors of the student presentations. These mentors were drawn from across the university,
and volunteered to mentor the participants.
Our 2022 REU student researchers,
- Bruno Mochi, Lebanon Valley College, with Prof. Acevedo
- Abraham Abel Arias, Pomona College, with with Prof. Messinger and Dr. Vitale
- Allison Dusek, Samford University, with Prof. Aguiar-Pulido
- Alicia Bilbao Martinez, University of Miami, with Prof. Aguiar-Pulido
- Julia Brzac, Clarkson University, with Prof. Lemmon
- Ellie Dawson, Cornell University, with Prof. Lemmon
- Monday, 23 May
- Boot camp begins in the Ungar Building Computer Science Laboratory.
- Friday, July 29
- Virtual Poster Presentation and Project Conclusion.
The Welcome Page
gives information about places to go and restaurants; as
well as the todo list for program onboard.
The recruitment page
As we plan this years Boot Camp, Special Continuations, and Professional Development Workshops,
please visit the last year's page for and idea of
what we will plan for this year.
- Computational Chemistry
- Prof. Orlando Acevado
- Digital Humanities
- Prof. Mitsunori Ogihara
- Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
- Prof. Vance Lemmon
- Prof. Stefan Wuchty
- Neural Networks
- Prof. Odelia Schwartz
- Prof. Daniel Messinger
- Laura Vitale
- Data Sciences
- Prof. Vanessa Aguiar-Pulido
With help and guidance from:
- Department of Computer Science
- Prof. Milenkovic, Chair Computer Science
- Ms. Arce, Project Administration and Manager CSC
- University of Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing
- Dr. Tsinoremas, Director iDSC
- Prof. Yelena Yesha, CSC and Area Director iDSC
- Pedro Davila
- Software Carpentry: Scientific Computer @ UM.
- Timothy Norris
- Elizabeth Overstreet
- Cameron Riopelle
- Office of Research
- Tracy Ehrlich
- Norma Cajina
- Sarah Thompson
- Richard Kenney
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
The NSF has set up the REU program in order to involve students in meaningful
ways in ongoing research programs so as to attract talented students into
careers in science and engineering.
Support for the program REU Site: Scientific Computing for
Structure in Big or Complex Datasets is by the NSF grant CNS-1949972,
program solicitation NSF 13-582,
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU).