2016 IEEE MIT Undergraduate Research Technology Conference

November 3, 2016 @ 5:00 pm – November 6, 2016 @ 12:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Room: 32-123
Bldg: Stata Center (Building 32-123) and Grier Room (Building 34-401)

Co-sponsored by: IEEE Boston Section and MIT

Conference Website: http://ieee.scripts.mit.edu/conference

Envisioning a technical conference targeted towards undergraduate students all over the globe, last year, the MIT IEEE Student Branch inaugurated the IEEE MIT Undergraduate Research Technology Conference. This year we are organizing it again, with the goal that the conference will be a venue where undergraduate students can meet to present, discuss, and develop solutions to advance technology for humanity. Participants can attend a rich program with renowned speakers, technical sessions, a student design competition, exhibits, networking, and social activities, presenting a great opportunity for students to interact with leading industry experts.

The conference theme is “Meet Innovative Technology”, and the six focus technical tracks are:

  1.     Big Data, Cloud Computing, and Cybersecurity
  2.     Biological and Biomedical Engineering and Technology
  3.     Robotics and Automation Technology
  4.     Communications for All Things
  5.     Wearable Technology
  6.     Innovative Technologies X-Track

For Student Accommodation:

1. MIT Student Host (Free for non-MIT students) – To request: http://goo.gl/forms/MojYl5esTm

2. Hyatt Regency Cambridge (575 Memorial Dr, Cambridge MA 02139) – Recommended, but you can stay at any hotel (own expense)

Registration Fee includes conference proceeding, meals, t-shirt, conference bag with giveaways, and admission to all conference programs including exhibition.

Speaker(s): Professor Ali Abedi,


Conference Program:



Room: 32-123, 34-401
Bldg: Stata Center (Building 32-123) and Grier Room (Building 34-401)
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, Massachusetts