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For Current UCSB Students

Undergraduates

If you are interested in doing research and being involved in the Four Eyes Lab, the best way to do this is to attend some lab meetings in order to (1) get an idea if the things we do are interesting to you, and (2) meet some of the graduate students (and others) in the lab. We don't always have a list of "waiting projects" for undergraduates, so a good way to get involved is to find an ongoing project and ask if there is a way you can contribute. Most often a PhD or Master's student would be the one working with you on a frequent basis.

Lab meetings are more-or-less weekly; if you want to find out about the next one, let me know.

 

Master's Students

TBD

 

PhD Students

TBD