The MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department will be hosting its second annual conference to showcase original and impressive EECS-related research done by MIT undergraduates, EECScon 2014! This year’s conference will be held on Tuesday April 22, 2014 at the Kendall Square Marriott Hotel (Two Cambridge Center, 50 Broadway, Cambridge). Note that there are no classes on that day.
If you are a Course 6 undergraduate performing research, or an MIT undergraduate performing research in a EECS-affiliated lab, you are invited (and encouraged!) to submit your research work to be presented at the conference.
The conference will last about 3 hours. There will be oral and poster presentations, along with free lunch. Awards will be given to the best posters and oral presentations! EECSCon 2014 is free, and registration is open to all MIT students, faculty, and affiliates. Note that all attendees, including presenters, will need to register for the conference.
To submit your abstract, start by creating an account!