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Mentored Engineering Research
For Current Members
Schedule
Reports & Expectations
Outreach

All Immerse participants are expected to attend the weekly group meetings as well as the respective broader impact meetings to which they are assigned.

Main Group Meeting

12:00pm - Wednesdays - CB 256 ----- (Room Assignments)

Wednesday Broader Impact Meetings

11:00am - Websites Meeting (EB Conference Room)

1:00pm - Chip Camp Meeting (CB 256)

1:30pm - DEMOs (CB 256)

2:00pm - LIFE (CB 256)

Presentations

Date Presentor Presentation
May 1 Aaron Hawkins
Aaron Ruben (EB325)
Joseph Cassler (EB325)
Ivann Velasco (CB256)
Dan Kurtz (CB256)
Johnny McMurray (CB406)
Kalin Norman (CB406)
DEEP DIVE: How to Give a Scientific Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
May 8
Cammy Peterson
John Akagi (EB325)
Enoch Boekweg (EB325)
Andrew Pond (CB256)
Mavrik Thomas (CB256)
Grant Stagg (CB406)
Devon Webb (CB406)
DEEP DIVE: Gender and Diversity
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
May 15
Brian Mazzeo
Joan Magalhaes (EB325)
Andrea Thompson (EB325)
Gracie Richens (CB256)
Jarom Sederholm (CB256)
Benjamin Jensen (CB406)
Kayci Nielsen (CB406)
DEEP DIVE: The Research Enterprise
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
May 22
Wood Chiang
Joshua Jensen (EB325)
Jacob Stratford (CB256)
Ben Francis (CB256)
DEEP DIVE: Why go to graduate school
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
May 29 Stephen Schultz
Shea Smith (EB325)
Mitchell Adams (EB325)
Kalliyan Lay (CB256)
Noah Clemens (CB256)
Rachel Harris (CB406)
Benjamin Karlinsey (CB406)
DEEP DIVE: Ethics
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
June 5
David Pixton (Library)
James Chandler (EB325)
Christian James Carver (EB325)
Andrew Eyring (CB256)
Braden Huffman(CB256)
Davin Fish (CB406)
Parker Owen (CB406)
DEEP DIVE: Scientific Literature
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
June 12 Daniel Smalley
Whitney Kinnison (EB325)
Dylan Barton (EB325)
Ximena Briceno (CB256)
James J. Green(CB256)
Bryce Bickham (CB406)
Elias Guanuna (CB406)
DEEP DIVE: Writing a Scientific Paper
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
June 19
Jeff Goeders
Shantanu Kadam (EB325)
Evan David Poff (EB325)
Sequoia Ploeg (CB256)
Keaton Shurilla(CB256)
Josh Kjar (CB406)
Christopher Kitras (CB406)
DEEP DIVE: Applying to Graduate School
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
June 26 CHIP CAMP (No IMMERSE meetings)
July 3 Holiday (No IMMERSE meetings)
July 10 CHIP CAMP (No IMMERSE meetings)
July 17 PIZZA Provided
Mike Wirthlin
Kent Richard Hooper (EB325)
Rebecca Haymore (CB256)
Autumn Twitchell (CB406)

DEEP DIVE: Networking and Resumes
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
July 24 Holiday (No IMMERSE meetings)
July 31 Seth Walker (EB325)
Ken McGuire (EB325)
Jared Marchant(EB325)
Kristopher Ward (CB256)
R Scott Collings (CB256)
Cameron Schloer (CB256)
Kyle Schvaneveldt (CB406)
Spencer Ammermon (CB406)
Joseph Miera (CB406)
Reilly McKendrick(CB369)
Steven Stembridge (CB369)
Jonathan Orgill (CB369)
Student Presentation
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Student Presentation
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Student Presentation
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Student Presentation
Aug 7 Rebecca Anderson (EB325)
Stephen Griffith (EB325)
Luke Johnson (EB325)
Brett Wood (CB256)
Levi Fleming (CB256)
Stephanie Ashby (CB256)
Easton Potokar (CB406)
Jacob Newman (CB406)
Nathan Porter (CB406)
Ryan Beazer (CB369)
Patrick Spackman (CB369)
Nathan Barrett (CB369)
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
Student Presentation
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Aug 14 PIZZA Provided
Truman Welling (EB325)
Bryan Redd (EB325)
Christine Akagi (EB325)
Michael Bjerregaard (CB256)
Kayla Lyman (CB256)
Rebecca Svenson (CB256)
Tate Lloyd (CB406)
Wesley Stirk (CB406)
TMax Warner (CB406)
Jared Payne(CB369)
Naomi Debaene(CB369)
Student Presentation
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Reports

All Immerse participants are required to write two reports and give a technical presentation over the course of the summer. These assignments are not meant as busywork but rather opportunities to develop the skills necessary to be effective technical researchers.

Research and Broader Impacts - Proposal

This one-page report is meant to assist immerse participants in focusing their efforts on specific projects. Proposals should include a brief summary of the projects you are working on as well as a general outline of things you hope to accomplish by the end of the summer. This should include a proposal for how you plan to make a difference in your assigned broader impact groups.

Due: May 23
Submitted on Learning Suite

Research and Broader Impacts - Summary

This two-page report is your opportunity to describe the progress you have made in research over the summer and outline any key accomplishments. Be sure to explain what your specific contributions you personally made and how you were able to overcome challenges in research. This is also your opportunity to share your individual broader impact contributions.

Due: August 22
Submit on Learning Suite

Chip Camp

Chip Camp is an opportunity for students entering the eighth and ninth grades to get hands on experience regarding electrical, and other types of Engineering. Brigham Young University's IMMERSE program has teamed up with Micron and IMFlash in order to help kids have the chance to participate in activities like Circuit Building, Rocket Launching, Chemical Deposition, and even program and customize their own LED Frisbee. Additionally, students are given a tour of BYU's Cleanroom as well as taught the basic process that go into making Computer and Memory Chips (hence, Chip Camp!). By the end of Chip Camp, we hope to be able to impress upon the students the importance of engineering within our society, as well as give them the chance to work on Engineering Projects of their own.

Chip Camp Website: https://chipcamp.ce.byu.edu/

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