Summer 2018 Externships

Emma Born studied aircraft noise abatement through changing air traffic patterns at the International Center for Air Transportation (ICAT) at MIT in Cambridge, Mass.
Luming (Jason) Chen developed deep learning algorithms to analyze plant growth at the MIT Media Lab’s Open Agriculture Initiative (OpenAg) in Cambridge, Mass.
Delaney Eichorn analyzed data on pulsating white dwarf stars at the University of Texas–Austin Astronomy Lab in Austin, Texas.
Elena Guild helped elucidate apoptotic pathways in cancer cell lines at The Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.
Samuel Henderson worked on EEG controlled exoskeleton systems at the University of Texas Houston Non-Invasive Brain Machine Interface System Laboratory in Houston, Texas.
Katherine Hughes worked on developing autonomous swarming aquatic underwater and surface vehicles worked at the University of New Hampshire Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory in Durham, N.H.
Livia Hughes worked on creating CAD and actual air flight instrument designs at the Safe Flight Instrument Cooperation in White Plains, N.Y.
Eren Keles analyzed mouse expression of BMP proteins, a family of signaling molecules which play an important role in musculoskeletal tissues, at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Boston, Mass.
Alex Lee worked in a variety of engineering and programming areas as an intern for a small start-up company, Awair, in San Francisco, Calif.
Tsolaye Ogbemi worked in a variety of engineering departments as an intern for a large telecommunications company at MTN Group Limited in Lagos, Nigeria.
Scott Spurzem helped to test the efficacy of various immunotherapy drugs in various cancer cell lines at Shattuck Labs, Inc., in Raleigh, N.C.
Steven Wang worked on 3D/CAD fitting software for clothing design and manufacture at the FK Group in Bergamo, Italy.