Welcome to the website of the Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Research Experience in Mathematics, set to return in Summer 2020 after a seven year hiatus. The program will be an eight-week research program for undergraduate students interested in studying mathematics, with two projects: the first on spatial graph embeddings, mentored by Kenji Kozai; and the second on data analysis of mobile payments in developing countries, mentored by Wayne Tarrant.
The dates for the upcoming summer are June 1-July 24, 2020, and the REU will be hosted at the Rose-Hulman campus in Terre Haute, IN, one hour away from Indianapolis. We expect to have funding for eight students in 2020.
More details, including project descriptions and application instructions, can be found by using the menu on the left.