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Research Experiences for Undergraduates 2015

A complete list of resident faculty list and our postdoctoral fellows can be found here


Potential Mentors and Projects

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Cristopher Moore, SFI REU PI, Santa Fe Institute, Resident Faculty


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Nihat Ay, Santa Fe Institute, Resident Faculty


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Andrew Berdahl, Santa Fe Institute, Omidyar Fellow


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Luis Bettencourt, Santa Fe Institute, Resident Faculty


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Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Santa Fe Institute, Resident Faculty


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Vanessa Ferdinand, Santa Fe Institute, Omidyar Fellow


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Stephanie Forrest, Santa Fe Institute, External Professor


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Mirta Galesic, Santa Fe Institute, Professor


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Josh Grochow, Santa Fe Institute, Omidyar Fellow


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Laurent Hebert-Dufresne, Santa Fe Institute, Postdoctoral Fellow


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Alfred Hubler, Santa Fe Institute, External Professor


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Eric Libby, Santa Fe Institute, Omidyar Fellow


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John Miller, Santa Fe Institute, External Professor


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John Pepper, Santa Fe Institute, External Professor


Project Proposal:

This project is to refine and implement a new evolutionary heuristic algorithm for a classic NP-hard spatial optimization problem called the “Traveling Salesman Problem”: www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Travelling_salesman_problem The implementation could be done in any object-oriented programming platform with good spatial graphics, so we could decide that part together if you’re interested. -Faculty mentor: Dr. John W Pepper, external faculty

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John Rundle, Santa Fe Institute, External Professor



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Sam Scarpino, Santa Fe Institute, Omidyar Fellow


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Markus Schlapfer, Santa Fe Institute, Postdoctoral Fellow


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Caitlin Stern, Santa Fe Institute, Omidyar Fellow


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Pan Zhang, Santa Fe Institute, Postdoctoral Fellow