IMMERSE is a program to support undergraduate research.
IMMERSE originally stood for 'Intensive Mentoring and Micro-Electronics Research for Students in Engineering' but the program has since been adapted to include various disciplines in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Undergraduate students are paid as researchers and trained through one-on-one interaction with faculty and experienced students
Students are embedded into existing research groups and then given independent projects
Student research projects span the various areas of Electrical and Computer Engineering including MEMS, Signal Processing, Solid-state Devices, and Computer Engineering