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Solicitudes "Year-long Research" 2018-19

En la tabla siguiente encontrarán los estudiantes que solicitaron para el programa de investigación "Year-long" para el periodo de octubre 2018 a septiembre 2019.  Para obtener los documentos de solicitud presentados por los estudiantes ("personal

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CIESESE impact at NETL

See what our students are doing at the Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).

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6-week PREC Undergraduate Summer Research Camp

Six (6) weeks summer cutting-edge research experience in Energy Systems for Science and Engineering undergraduate students.

The application process is now open for Undergraduate students.

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Development of Novel and Innovative Technologies for Advanced Water Purification Using the Minimum Energy

Dr. Tarafa’s Research Team interests are motivated by the need for safe and clean water.

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Comparative Study of Mechanical Properties of Aluminum-Silicon Matrix Composites Reinforced with Nanoparticles

Through a systematic approach this research proposal aims at a comparative study of the mechanical properties of an aluminum-silicon matrix composite reinforced with NbB2 nanoparticles obtained through casting methods: gravity and centrifugal cast

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Design and Mechanical Construction of a Hydrofoil-based Solar Power Boat

UPRM's Solar Boat Team is currently developing a hydrofoil-based solar power boat with adjustable angle of attack. The hydrofoil technology will allow the boat’s hull to be out of the water.

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A Small-Scale Microgrid: Setup, Stability and Control

This project proposes to run a small-scale, real-world, Microgrid setup at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez (UPRM) working in close loop.

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Controller and Power Electronics Converter Design and Implementation for Solar Power Boats

The objective of this project is to develop control system that will enable proper roll, pitch and height stabilization of the solar boat while cruising above water and using the minimum amount of energy.  Desirable skills for the students: Intere

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