For graduate studies in the tri-M Lab, you can apply for either the Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors Program (MS and PhD) or Computer Science Program (MS and PhD). If you have any questions about our lab or graduate program, feel free to contact Dr. Jeon. You can also learn more about the graduate program here (ACSHF) or here (CS).
We have several openings for undergraduate research assistants (RA). RAs are restricted to Michigan Tech students who can earn graded course credits toward major requirements. They can learn how to conduct Human Factors/Human-Computer Interaction research with cutting edge technologies. After working more than one semester, students can have an opportunity to get involved in writing a scientific paper, which is the most valuable experience to go to the graduate school. Students preparing for graduate programs in Engineering Psychology, HCI, Human Factors, Human-Centered Computing, or Interaction Design are especially encouraged to apply. Please email Prof. Jeon or drop by his office at Meese 205 or Rekhi 202.
If you are interested in visiting our lab for collaboration or sabbatical, or if you are an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled at other universities and want short-term visit or internship, please contact Dr. Jeon.