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SURF

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships at Caltech

The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) is a program open to students from all over the world who want to carry out a 10-week project at Caltech. LTH has a well established tradition of sending students through the SURF-program to projects hosted by Richard Murray, professor of Control and Dynamical Systems and Bioengineering at Caltech. The coordinator at LTH is Anders Rantzer. A list of past projects is given below. Interested students from LTH are asked to submit Statement of Purpose (personal letter) and CV to the international office of LTH. Selected applicants will be contacted by Murray around January 31 with instructions to prepare a full proposal before the official SURF deadline.

 

2016

Karl Fredrik Erliksson (F13), Power systems

2015

Nuno Duarte (X11), Trajectory generation with temporal logic specifications
Charlie Erwall (F10), Control of aircraft electric power systems
Marcus Greiff (F12), Synthetic biology: A liquid handling robot

2014

Anton Frisk (Nano09), Synthetic biology
Alexis Pirinen (Pi10), Machine learning
Maria Priisalu (D11), Machine learning

2013

Fredrik Bengtsson (E09), Signal processing
Mattias Fält (Pi10), Synthetic biology

2012

Adam Nilsson (M08), Robotics
Patrik Lundin (N09), Synthetic biology

2011

Emanuelle Alm (I08), Modelling of Financial Markets
Magnus Håkansson (E08), Robotics

2010

Oskar Hjärtquist (N07), Synthetic biology

2009

Christopher Sturk (E05), Synthetic biology
Patrik Karlsson (D04), Economic market design

2008

Stefan Skoog, Autonomous vehicles

2007

Kristian Soltesz, Autonomous vehicles
Magnus Linderoth, Autonomous vehicles
Roman Galeev, Synthetic biology
Per-Ola Forsberg, Synthetic biology

2006

David Bohlin, Autonomous vehicles
Martin Larsson, Autonomous vehicles
Johan Ugander, Synthetic biology

2005

Marie Göransson, Autonomous vehicles
Erik Johannesson, Autonomous vehicles
Gustav Lindström, Autonomous vehicles
Lisa Nyström, Autonomous vehicles
Martin Böhm, Technology/economy in power systems
Emilie Hammargren, Modeling of ocean stratification

2004

Henrik Kjellander, Autonomous vehicles
Hans-Kristian Knutsson, Synthetic biology