Participants in this project are building new microscopes that use computation to do things that microscopes normally can't, like 3D imaging, gigapixel imaging or phase imaging. This undergraduate internship project is seeking motivated interns with either (or both) of the following qualifications:
- Signal processing experience (EE120) or programming our image processing algorithms in Matlab or C or Python
- Building things with optics and electronics (no experience necessary in this part). This apprenticeship will work closely with biologists, optics folks who build microscopes, and collaborators.
Other activities will include writing code, conducting experiments, meeting with graduate students, presenting work at group meeting. Base qualifications: 1) Matlab, EE120, other image processing and optimization classes helpful, or 2) EE16A/B.
This project is being offered through the UC Berkeley's Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP) for the fall 2019 semester. Eligible undergraduates may apply online by September 3, 2019.