Program Description:

iCAMP provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to learn about a topic in computational applied mathematics, get early research experience and explore what it is like to work as a professional in computational applied math. In addition to the Math 77ABCD courses, there are also paid summer research opportunities.

Participation:

The program is intended for first or second year UCI undergraduate students. All majors and undeclared students are welcome. Math 2A, Math 2B and ICS/CSE 21 should be taken prior to participating.

Course Offerings:

Math77 / ICS77: Topics in Mathematics and Computation in the Digital Age will be offered every quarter, starting in Fall 2010. The letter designations (A-D) refer to different topics that will be offered in the course. Students may take any of the four topic offerings (these need not be taken in sequence).
Topics include:
  1. Signal Processing
  2. Collaborative Filtering
  3. Image Processing
  4. Game Simulation and Analysis

Summer Research Experience:

Students who have completed a Math77 / ICS77 course may apply for a paid summer research position. Over the summer, students will continue investigating a particular problem in the area from the course they took. In addition to the mentored research opportunity, students will learn about career opportunities in the field, practice reading research articles and improve presentation skills.

2014 Summer Research Application

The iCAMP Summer 2014 research program will run from June 23, 2014 until August 1, 2014.

* This program is funded through NSF PRISM grant DMS-0928427.