SensorLab Student Research Grants

Dec. 9, 2021

The Healthcare Technology Innovation Lab – SensorLab – a new flexible space configured for a variety of projects, including XR studies, wearable sensor development, closed-loop sensing studies, and group dynamics studies is pleased to announce the SensorLab Student Grants.

The SensorLab Student Grants are designed to support “sensor-based” research, by either supporting new research using sensors, or to augment current research through the addition of sensors. Projects should utilize SensorLab equipment and facilities. These grants aim to support student experiential research (Strategic Pillar 1: The Wildcat Journey – Driving Student Success for a Rapidly Changing World) and conduct of sensor-based studies that have the potential to catalyze new extramural research and build new collaborations.

The award will support one-half (i.e. 0.25 FTE) of a spring 2022 Graduate Research Assistantship, (including salary, ERE, tuition remission), (optionally) one undergraduate research assistant for up to 15 hours/week, and additional equipment/sensors specific to the project to be used in SensorLab. The student’s mentor is expected to provide the other one-half of the graduate assistantship. All equipment/sensors will remain part of SensorLab equipment inventory after the completion of the project.

For eligibility, expected outcomes and other relevant information, please refer to the document below.

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