Neuroengineering Camp (YSP-REACH Camp)
This summer, join Talent Search for neuroengineering camp at SDSU! Neuroengineering camp, or YSP-REACH, is a program through the Center for Neurotechnology, a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center headquartered at University of Washington, with MIT and SDSU as core partners. SDSU professor, Dr. Mahasweta Sarkar, is the center’s co-director of education, and has partnered with our Talent Search to connect with talented young scholars from local high schools.
Benefits of Attendance
- Participation sets you apart from other applicants when it's time to apply to college
- Engage in hands-on activities
- Be exposed to exciting and current research in the field
- Lunch and MTS passes provided
- It’s FREE!!!
What is neuroengineering?
Neuroengineering is the interdisciplinary study of the nervous system that collaborates with other fields; including chemistry, cognitive science, computer science, engineering, linguistics, math, and medicine, just to name a few!
Is there a deadline to apply? Yes, the deadline is May 1st.
Do I have to have computer programming experience to apply? No, you do not. But if you do have experience with programming, please let us know in the application.
Do I have to be a junior or senior to apply? The program will prioritize rising seniors, but students in other grades can still apply. Talk to your advisor for more information!
How do i apply? Click on the link below and download the application (do not open it with google docs), fill out the application with your information, save it and send it to [email protected]