Learn About Our Summer Research Opportunities
- Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics: The REU program in Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics (CSMR) is an intensive, 10-week program of laboratory research and instruction, beginning at the end of May and concluding in early August. Projects are listed by departments, including Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Computer Science.
- JSALT Program (AI and Human Language Technologies): This eight-week workshop provides an intense, dynamic intellectual environment. Undergraduates work closely alongside senior researchers as part of a multi-university research team, which has been assembled to attack current human language technology challenges.
- Materials Growth and Engineering: A research experience for undergraduates (REU) position is available at the Platform for the Accelerated Realization, Analysis, and Discovery of Interface Materials (PARADIM) bulk crystal growth facility located on the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland.
- Rosetta Commons: Eight weeks of hands-on research in a molecular modeling and design laboratory, developing new algorithms and discovering new science.
- Nanotechnology for Biology and Engineering: The Institute for NanoBioTechnology at Johns Hopkins University offers undergraduate students from colleges and universities around the country a chance to participate in research projects in the exciting and rapidly growing area of nanobiotechnology, a place where biology, medicine, and nanotech meet.
- BioREU: The JHU BioREU is a research experience for undergraduates funded by the National Science Foundation. The 10-week summer program is designed to provide an intensive, mentored research experience for undergraduates, especially those attending institutions with limited research opportunities. The focus of the REU program is visualization of macromolecules in biological research.
- Extreme Science Internships: Multi-institutional partnership providing research opportunities for students with the Materials Science in Extreme Environments University Research Alliance (MSEE URA), a basic research program focused on understanding and mitigating the effects of chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons of mass destruction.
- Amgen Biomedical Science and Biotechnology: This summer research program in science and biotechnology aims to provide undergraduates with the opportunity to engage in hands-on research. The Amgen Scholars selected will receive a competitive summer stipend and be housed near the Hopkins campus, in a research community with other summer researchers.
- Paradigm: The PARADIM Materials Discovery REU is a 10-week summer program designed to provide an intensive, mentored research experience for undergraduates, especially those attending institutions with limited research opportunities. The PARADIM Bulk Crystal Growth Facility is located at Johns Hopkins University. Together with the thin film growth facilities at Cornell, it provides unprecedented capabilities for the discovery of new materials and interfaces.
- MICA: The Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI) and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) are pleased to host the Extreme Arts Summer Project/Internship. The goal of this project/internship is for a MICA student to collaborate with HEMI researchers to explore visual representations of the HEMI organization, structure, current research, and relationships.
EHOP is designed to provide students from underrepresented backgrounds an intimate opportunity to learn more about our doctoral programs.
Meet the Recruiter.
Join us for one or more of the recurring virtual sessions to learn more about your full-time, residential graduate program of interest. Meet with Ayana Teal, assistant director of recruitment and marketing and other academic staff who will provide an overview of our master's and PhD programs and also provide answers to all of your questions.