of Engineering and Aviation Sciences
Students in the STEAM
(Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Mathematics) majors who are willing
to work in field and laboratory setting on precision agriculture, engineering design,
remote sensing using UAVs, robotics and computer programming related projects.
Hours: 10-30/40 hours
a week depending on project needs and student experience.
Student Experience: Students with
experience in engineering design, aviation, web design, control systems,
computer programming and agricultural field experiments will be preferred.
Familiarity with software environments such as GIS, MATLAB, C-programming,
SolidWorks will be valuable. Ability and willingness to work effectively in
teams and taking responsibility to complete assigned tasks on a weekly basis is
enrolled in UMES undergraduate and graduate programs required.
Reporting: Students will
report to Dr. Nagchaudhuri and Mr. Hartman as well as Dr. Zhang depending on
his availability. Faculty in engineering and aviation programs will be
collaborating with faculty members in natural science and agriculture programs.
Application Process: Students who have worked with the team
before can speak with Dr. Nagchaudhuri, Mr. Hartman and/or Dr. Zhang regarding
their summer plans and willingness to work on the project. Students who have
not worked with the project team in the past must fill out appropriate
application and submit a resume in the Department of Human Resources (Byrd Hall
– Contact Ms. Mary Ames).