Welcome to the website of the Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Research Experience in Mathematics. The program is NSF-funded and will bring 8-9 students to the Rose-Hulman campus for an eight-week research program for undergraduate students interested in studying mathematics during the summers of 2020-2022.
The 2020 and 2021 REU were organized by Dr. Kenji Kozai. For inquiries about the 2022 REU, please contact Dr. Wayne Tarrant.
The dates for the 2021 REU were June 7-July 30, 2021 with 9 students in total across three projects: discrete logarithms led by Josh Holden, spatial graph embeddings with Kenji Kozai, and data analysis of economic data and development by Wayne Tarrant. The program was held with four weeks online and four weeks on the Rose-Hulman campus in Terre Haute, IN.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 session of the REU was held completely online.
More details, including project descriptions and application instructions, can be found by using the menu on the left.