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Singapore-MIT Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SMURF)

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We are now accepting applications for Singapore-MIT Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SMURF) to carry out research in Singapore. This enables undergraduates from MIT, NTU and NUS to participate in a MIT-SMART faculty member’s Singapore research project and interact with students and faculty from diverse backgrounds. Each undergraduate will have a MIT-SMART researcher as a mentor/supervisor and conduct research within the faculty member’s research project. The SMURF will have access and use of the faculty’s laboratory and equipment. 

Research at the SMART Centre is organised into Interdisciplinary Research Groups (IRGs): 

•BioSystems and Micromechanics (BioSyM)
•Center for Environmental Sensing and Modeling (CENSAM)
•Future Urban Mobility (FM)
•Infectious Diseases (ID)

Eligibility: MIT, NTU, and NUS undergraduates in good standing who have already, or would have successfully completed their first year are eligible to apply.
Application: Applications are now being accepted and are due by February 12, 2011. Successful applicants will be notified by e-mail on or before March 18, 2011

Application Requirements

•A 1-3 page statement describing why you would like to work on a research project in one of the SMART IRGs; and why particularly at the SMART Centre.

To find out more information on the projects within the IRGs, click on the links below:

•BioSystems and Micromechanics (BioSyM)
•Center for Environmental Sensing and Modeling (CENSAM)
•Future Urban Mobility (FM)
•Infectious Diseases (ID)
•Applicants should contact the MIT-SMART faculty member whose research project they are interested in and obtain a written letter or e-mail endorsement that they agree to host the student in his/her lab in Singapore.

To view a list of SMART-MIT faculty investigators, please click here.

•Recommendation Letter:
◦Applicants must provide at least one recommendation letter from a faculty member at their home institution.
◦Recommendation letter must be prepared using the faculty’s official university or departmental letterhead. Please send this electronically to Jocelyn Sales.
•A copy of your most recent academic transcript or grade report.
•Upon completion of the attachment at SMART Centre, you are required to submit two evaluations: one from your MIT-SMART faculty supervisor and the other from you. The faculty evaluation should assess your progress and inform us about your contributions to the research programme. Your evaluation should describe the progress of your research project, both accomplishments and challenges, as well as an assessment of your academic and personal experience while working at SMART.

Application form

For more information about this programme, please contact Jocelyn Sales at jsales@mit.edu.

http://smart.mit.edu/fellowships/smurf/smurf.html

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