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一、学校简介

麻省理工学院,简称麻省理工(MIT),坐落于美国马萨诸塞州波士顿都市区剑桥市,是世界著名私立研究型大学。麻省理工学院素以顶尖的工程学和计算机科学而著名,拥有麻省理工人工智能实验室、林肯实验室和麻省理工学院媒体实验室,位列2016-17年世界大学学术排名(ARWU)工程学世界第一、计算机科学第二,2017-18US News全美研究生院排名工程学第一、计算机科学第一,与斯坦福大学、加州大学伯克利分校一同被称为工程科技界的学术领袖。

 

二、项目介绍

1、地理信息系统科研项目(GIS Program

⽬前中国学⽣申请赴美留学⼈数⽇益剧增,以往美国顶尖名校选择录取GPA⾼分学⽣,后来校⽅逐渐发现学⽣在学习中缺少创新和实操的能⼒,进⽽导致美国名校录取率的下降。近些年,招⽣官对选择学⽣时更加看重的是⾃主创新、专业技能、思维创造才能等综合素质⼈才。对于计划 ⼊读美国名校的学⽣,实际的科研经验⽆疑可以提升竞争⼒,从⽽⼤⼤增加被名校录取的概率。MIT⾼端科研项⽬,坚持为更多有梦想的学⽣提供机会和平台。 

该科研内容涉及MIT地理信息系统2个研究组的最新科研。在该科研中,学⽣们不仅可以学到地理信息系统、城市环境研究、城市分析、遥感等基础知识,在计算机硬件及软件的⽀持下,对地球整体和部分空间中有关的地理分布数据进⾏采集储存管理运算分析显⽰和描述,结合遥感技术对其应⽤开发,⽽且会深⼊讨论该领域的最新的科研⼯作。科研完成时,学⽣了解到该领域的相关知识和世界最前沿的研究项⽬及进展,⽽且还可以了解⼀⼿的⿇省理⼯学院内部留学申请信息。

 

(1)项目说明

面向对象:欲申请美国名校的地理、计算机技术、城市规划相关专业优秀高中生本科生、研究生为主;

软性背景:有一定的科研履历者优先; 

科研导师:麻省理工学院地理信息系统专业导师;

科研地点:麻省理工学院科研组教室或其他教学场所;

科研时间:寒暑假期间,每期时间长度为34周;

(针对假期不足4周的同学,可采取实地+远程相结合的方式,确保科研收获,如果科研时期还未获得美国签证的同学,也可采取直接远程的方式进行学术科研)

具体情况根据学生面试情况由美方进行调整;报名后安排校方面试,面试前辅导学生阅读1篇专业论文;

 

科研主题 以下领域内的相关课题,具体课题根据学生的基础,导师面试后确定。

GIS scienceGIS科学]

data-driven urban environment studies[数据驱动的城市环境研究]

human mobility and travel behavior proling[人类移动和旅行行为研究]

urban computing and spatial analyses[城市计算和空间分析]

remote sensing[遥感]

 

(2)科研内容(参考课题之一)

GIS programming

Program Description & Goals

Geographers rely heavily on using GIS tools for spatial data processing and spatial analysis. However, the algorithms embedded in commercial software may not enough for some geographical analyses. Programming skills are required for geographers to adapt to the quantitative revolution in Geography. Geographers do not need to be professional programmers or be professionals in JAVA or C++. This program will use Python, a very easy learning and powerful programming for handling spatial data and do spatial analysis. A basic programming skill is needed for all geographers, who may join academia or industry in future. The focus of the program is on both breadth and depth. The major topics include basic python programming, data structures and algorithms in Python, advanced functions and tools coding, fundamental spatial data structures and algorithms, and open source Python modules.

Pre-requisites:

Introduction of Geographic Information Science, be familiar with basic operations in ArcGIS and understand the basic ideas of using GIS software to deal with spatial data.

 

2、电气工程项目(Electrical engineering

 

(1)项目介绍

⽬前中国学⽣申请赴美留学⼈数⽇益剧增,以往美国顶尖名校选择录取GPA⾼分学⽣,后来校⽅逐渐发现学⽣在学习中缺少创新和实操的能⼒,进⽽导致美国名校录取率的下降。近些年,招生官对选择学⽣时更加看重的是⾃主创新、专业技能、思维创造才能等综合素质⼈才。对于计划⼊读美国名校的学生,实际的科研经验⽆疑可以提升竞争⼒,从⽽⼤⼤增加被名校录取的概率。 MIT⾼端科研项⽬,坚持为更多有梦想的学⽣提供机会和平台。 

该科研内容涉及MIT电气工程研究组的最新科研。在该科研中,学⽣们不仅可以学到电子工程、电子学、二维材料、电子元件化学、材料科学相关知识,⽽且会深⼊讨论该领域的最新的科研⼯作。科研完成时,学⽣了解到该领域的相关知识和世界最前沿的研究项⽬及进展,⽽且还可以了解⼀⼿的⿇省理工学院内部留学申请信息。

 

(2)项目说明

面向对象:欲以申请美国名校的电气工程相关专业优秀高中生本科生、研究生为主;

科研主题 以下领域内的相关课题,具体课题根据学生的基础,导师面试后确定。

Atomic Physics[原子物理学]

Information Science and Systems[信息科学与系统]

Photonic Materials Devices and Systems[光子材料与系统]

Biomedical Science and Engineering.[生物医学科学与工程]

Carbon nanotubes, nanotube electronic devices, semiconductor nanowires, organic molecules, chemical sensors, electron transport, one-dimensional interacting systems, chemical vapor deposition methods, quantum transport phenomena[碳纳米管、纳米管电子器件、半导体纳米线、有机分子、化学传感器、电子输运、一维相互作用系统、化学气相沉积方法、量子输运现象]

Graphene: synthesis, transfer, characterization and growth mechanisms  [石墨烯的合成、转移、表征及生长机理]

Basic electronic components  [基本电子元件]

软性背景:有一定的科研履历者优先; 

科研导师:麻省理工学院电气工程专业导师;

科研地点:麻省理工学院科研组教室或其他教学场所;

科研时间:

时间:寒暑假期间,每期时间长度为34周;(针对假期不足4周的同学,可采取实地+远程相结合的方式,确保科研收获,如果科研时期还未获得美国签证的同学,也可采取直接远程的方式进行学术科研)具体情况根据学生面试情况由美方进行调整;报名后安排校方面试,面试前辅导学生阅读1篇专业论文;

 

(3)科研内容

(参考课题之一)

Graphene: synthesis, transfer, characterization and growth mechanisms

Keywords: Chemical vapor deposition, chemistry, materials science, electronics, 2D materials

Recommendation: This program is designed for students interested in chemistry or Electrical Engineering.

Abstract:

Graphene has emerged as the most popular topic in the active research field since graphene's discovery in 2004 by Andrei Geim and Kostya Novoselov. Since then, graphene research has exponentially accelerated because of its extraordinary properties, which have attracted the interest of researchers all over the world. For example, among the key properties are its thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, optical transparency, and mechanical properties. These remarkable properties of graphene show its promise for applications in different industries including optical electronics, photovoltaic systems and others. However, the large-scale production and transfer method onto target substrates of monolayer graphene for commercial and industrial applications are still under study in the improvement stage. Therefore, this one-month program presents the state-of-the-art research activities and latest advancement in the synthesis of graphene using various carbon precursors including solid, liquid and gas carbon feedstocks. The characterization methods will also be critically discussed in this program. In addition, the advancement in the transfer methods onto target substrates for achieving clean and high-quality transferred graphene will be covered. Furthermore, the current growth mechanisms of single and multilayer graphene will also be discussed.

 

(参考课题之

Two Dimensional Materials for Electronic Applications

Keywords: Electrical engineering, physics, nanomaterials, nanoelectronics, graphene

Recommendation: This program is designed for students interested in Electrical Engineering, Physics and fundamental electronic components used in our electronic gadgets such as cell phones or computers.

Abstract:

Silicon-based integrated circuits are the major driving force behind the multi-billion dollar electronics industry. In the past 60 years, miniaturization of silicon devices and introduction of performance boosters such as strain, high-κ gate dielectrics and metal gates have been successful approaches in satisfying the insatiable demand for higher performance and lower power consumption in electronic systems. Nevertheless, the performance and scaling of conventional silicon devices are moving towards their scientific and technological limits, especially for sub-5 nm metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistor, thereby driving the electronics industry's quest for new materials. The current International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, which assesses the technology requisites for the next-generation semiconductor devices, has prominently featured two-dimensional (2D) materials (e.g. graphene and MoS2) as potential candidates to replace silicon as mainstream electronic materials.

Since the successful isolation and first electrical characterization of graphene in 2004, 2D materials have received tremendous attention from not only physicists and chemists, but also from electronic device and biomedical engineers, due to their unique physical properties. The significance of the breakthrough by the pioneers of 2D materials research, Geim and Novoselov, is evidenced by the award of Nobel Prize in physics in an unusually short period of just 6 years (2010).  

This program will explain the basis of electrical and optical properties of 2D materials including semiconductors, metals, organics and insulators, and will show how devices are built to take advantage of those properties. It is illustrated with a wide range of devices, placing a strong emphasis on new and emerging technologies. Applications covered include diodes, transistors, memristor memories, photodetectors, solar cells (photovoltaics), displays, light emitting diodes, photonic devices, and flexible electronics. At the end of the program, students are encouraged to choose one application and write a 5 page review report.

 

3、材料科学/电化学科研项目(Materials Science  And Electrochemistry Research

 

(1)项目介绍

⽬前中国学⽣申请赴美留学⼈数⽇益剧增,以往美国顶尖名校选择录取GPA⾼分学⽣,后来校⽅逐渐发现学⽣在学习中缺少创新和实操的能⼒,进⽽导致美国名校录取率的下降。近些年,招生官对选择学⽣时更加看重的是⾃主创新、专业技能、思维创造才能等综合素质⼈才。对于计划⼊读美国名校的学生,实际的科研经验⽆疑可以提升竞争⼒,从⽽⼤⼤增加被名校录取的概率。MIT⾼端科研项⽬,坚持为更多有梦想的学⽣提供机会和平台。 

该科研内容涉及MIT储能/电化学/材料科学研究组的最新科研。在该科研中,学⽣们不仅可以学到材料科学、储能、电化学的研究,⽽且会深⼊讨论该领域的最新的科研⼯作。科研完成时,学⽣了解到该领域的相关知识和世界最前沿的研究项⽬及进展,⽽且还可以了解⼀⼿的⿇省理工学院内部留学申请信息。

 

(2)项目说明

面向对象:欲申请美国名校化学/材料工程/能源等相关专业优秀高中生本科生、研究生为主;

软性背景:有一定的科研履历者优先; 

科研导师:麻省理工学院材料科学与工程的专业导师;

科研地点:麻省理工学院科研组教室或其他教学场所;

 

科研时间:寒暑假期间,每期时间长度为34周;

(针对假期不足4周的同学,可采取实地+远程相结合的方式,确保科研收获,如果科研时期还未获得美国签证的同学,也可采取直接远程的方式进行学术科研)具体情况根据学生面试情况由美方进行调整;报名后安排校方面试,面试前辅导学生阅读1篇专业论文;

 

科研主题 以下领域内的相关课题,具体课题根据学生的基础,导师面试后确定。

Nanomaterials for energy[纳米能源]

In situ electron microscopy[原位电子显微术]

Physical metallurgy and mechanics[物理冶金学及力学]

Computational materials science[计算机材料科学]

Nanomaterials, Carbon Nanotubes, Energy Storage,Battery,Lithium Ion Batteries,Carbon, Lithium Battery, Amorphous Carbon,[纳米材料、碳纳米管、储能、电池、锂离子电池、碳、锂电池、无定形碳]

 

(3)科研内容

(参考课题一)

One-dimensional Nanomaterials for Energy Storage

Keywords: Energy storage; nanomaterials, carbon, in situ TEM
Recommendation: This program is designed for students interested in energy science and technology and energy storage devices for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles.

Abstract:

Because of the decrease of fossil fuel and the ever-growing need for a clean and secure energy, there has been an increasing demand for developing a new generation of electric energy storage for powering low or zero emission electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), and others. Among all types of batteries, lithium battery has gained a continuously growing scientific interest because its theoretical energy/power density is the highest for all solid electrodes. It, however, is very difficult to be employed in industrial area due to the internal short circuiting caused by the formation of dendritic lithium, resulting in a catastrophic failure and unsatisfactory cycling life of battery. Recently, Lithium/sodium-ion batteries (YIBs, Y=L and N), lithium/sodium-sulfur batteries (YSBs) and supercapacitors (SCs) have attracted many attentions in view of their long cycling life, rate capability, safety issue.

(参考课题

Session 1: Materials for solar energy conversion Task 1: Learn some basic concepts of charge (ion, electron) transport and materials required for solar energy conversion. References: Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 54 (1998) 39-48

Session 2: Anodic oxides for electrochromic windows Task 2: To be determine. References: 1.Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 99 (2012) 1-13 2.http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev-matsci-062910-100344

Session 3: Cathodic oxides for electrochromic windows Task 3: To be determine References: 1. Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 99 (2012) 1-13 2. http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf710.1146/annurev-matsci-062910-100344

Session 4: Transparent conductors as solar energy materials Task 4: To be determine References: 1. http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0957-4484/24/45/452001/pd 

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Session 9: Substrate materials for CPV Task 8: To be determine References: To be determine

 

4、环境工程科研项目(Mechanical Engineering Research

 

(1)项目介绍

前中国学申请赴美留学益剧增,以往美国顶尖名校选择录取GPA分学,后来校逐渐发现学在学习中缺少创新和实操的能,进导致美国名校录取率的下降。近些年,招官对选择学时更加看重的是主创新、专业技能、思维创造才能等综合素质才。对于计划读美国名校的学,实际的科研经验疑可以提升竞争,从⽽⼤⼤增加被名校录取的概率。

MIT端科研项,坚持为更多有梦想的学提供机会和平台。

该科研内容涉及MIT 环境2个研究组的最新科研。在该科研中,学们不仅可以学到环境程的基础知识,且会深讨论该领域的最新的科研作。科研完成时,学了解到环境程领域的相关知识和世界最前沿的研究项及进展,且还可以了解⼀⼿省理学院内部留学申请信息。

 

(2)项目说明

面向对象:欲申请美国常青藤名校地质、海洋、气候、生物、化学等环境工程相关专业的本科生和硕士生为主

软性背景:有一定的科研履历者优先; 

科研导师:麻省理工学院环境工程方向专业导师;

科研地点:麻省理工学院科研组教室或其他教学场所;

科研时间:

时间:寒暑假期间,每期时间长度为34周;

(针对假期不足4周的同学,可采取实地+远程相结合的方式,确保科研收获,如果科研时期还未获得美国签证的同学,也可采取直接远程的方式进行学术科研)

具体情况根据学生面试情况由美方进行调整;报名后安排校方面试,面试前辅导学生阅读1篇专业论文;

科研主题:以下领域内的相关课题,具体课题根据学生的基础,导师面试后确定。

Organic Geochemistry [有机地球化学]

Biogeochemistry [生物地球化学]

Biomarker [生物标志物]

Carbon Cycling  [碳循环]

Climate Change  [气候变化]

Geology  [地质学]

Oceanography  [海洋学]

Marine Geology  [海洋地质学]

 

(3)科研内容及计划(参考课题举例

课题 Climate Change and Global Carbon 候变化与全球碳循环

Keywords: climate change, carbon cycle, organic carbon, ocean

关键词:候变化,碳循环,有机碳,海洋

Recommendation: This project will focus on a hot topic in the field of Earth science: climate change. This project is a perfect fit for students who are interested in understanding how the Earth climate has changed in the past and knowing how human have induced climate change over the past century.

https://eapsweb.mit.edu/

建议:本项将集中讨论地球科学领域的个热门话题:候变化。这个项⽬⾮常适合那些有兴趣了解过去地球候如何变化并了解类在过去个世纪中如何引起候变化的学

Introduction:

One of the primary goals of Earth sciences is to investigate the past to better predict Earths future. The carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere is an important parameter to consider as it is highly related to the temperature on Earth and therefore largely affects the evolution of the biosphere. Consequently, many studies focus on studying carbon cycling on Earth since atmospheric carbon dioxide is an important pool of global carbon cycle and closely interacts with many other carbon pools, such as carbon stored in rocks, sediments and soils. Since the industrial resolution in 1900s, human activities have largely elevated the natural carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere. It has been proposed that the atmospheric temperature has elevated by 0.7 degree since the industrial resolution. Rivers on Earth are an important pathway of carbon mobilization because rivers transport carbon from terrestrial sources, such as soils and plants to the ocean, where the carbon will be burial permanently. Considering that carbon in plants and soils are formed from the atmospheric carbon dioxide through photosynthesis, the river transport and the following carbon burial in the ocean serves as an effective way of drawing down the atmospheric carbon dioxide level. However, this process is complicated in the nature systems and requires many factors to be considered to better predict Earths future.

This primary goal of this project is to ensure students have a good understanding of Earth as a system and the general carbon cycling on earth. Many topic and processes will be covered in this project. As explained earlier, riverine transport of carbon from the land to the ocean is one topic. Another possible topic could be the erosion and oxidation of carbon from rocks. Other topics could be discussed if students have a specific preference. Students are encouraged to work on one specific process. Students will be recommended to make a presentation on the work they have done and a short review would be preferred in either English or Chinese.

课题

Identifying Sources and Ages of Petroleum Oils Using Organic Geochemical Biomarkers 有机地球化学物标志物识别油的来源和时代

Keywords: petroleum, oil, organic geochemistry, biomarker

关键词:油、油、有机地球化学、物标志物

Recommendation: This is a project designed for students who have background in chemistry and biology. This project is recommended for any students who are interested in the industrial market and research position for their career.

建议:这是个为有化学和物背景的学设计的项。此项适合对业市场和研究感兴趣的学

Introduction

Petroleum oil is formed in the sedimentary basins (e.g., paleo-lakes, coastal margins) over millions of years. Oil exploration, especially oil reservoir evaluation, requires us have a good understanding of when the oil was formed, how the oil was migrated and how good the quality of the oil is. Organic geochemistry is a popular tool of investigating properties of the oil and answering all these questions by analyzing oil samples quickly on the instrument. However, in order to answer all these questions and to provide useful consulting reports to the industry, it is necessary to have a solid background in organic geochemistry, especially oil related biomarkers. Specifically, it requires us understand how these biomarkers are formed and how they are altered  depending on environmental conditions and the history of oil generation. In the meantime, many biomarkers used for oil exploration could be applied in many other fields, such as answering environmental related questions.

The goal of this project is to ensure students have a good understanding in organic geochemistry, to be familiar with some oil-related biomarkers. Meanwhile, students will be provided with data generated from real oil samples. Students are encouraged to explore the possible age, source, maturity of these oil samples based on the knowledge they will learn. Students are recommended to write a report including background of some specific biomarkers and the logic they use to diagnose these samples.

 

三、选拔流程

1. 提交报名表;

2. 初审合格,签订协议,科研组择优面试;

3. 面试通过后,发送录取确认书;

4. 协调机票、接机、住宿; 

5. 赴美开始科研;

6. 丰富的CVPS履历;获得科研证书,表现优异者可获导师推荐信助力申请。

 

四、科研收获

1、进入美国顶尖名校,师从名校导师开展科研项目;接触尖端科学;

2、为未来在美深造做准备;留美经历是美国申研的基石,顶级名校的科研项目是对你有能力完成名校的申请和学习的最好证明。

3、高层次的人脉和校友关系,与你为伍的人是世界顶级名校的专家、学者,你将体验到世界最顶级学术专家们的思想和气质。

4、挑战自身潜能,切身体会麻省理工学院顶尖科研环境,在严苛的训练下快速成长。

5、极大拓宽视野,实地感受国内外科研区别。通过此次科研,参与学生将会对留学名校有个清晰的认识,并依此做出最优的人生规划。

6、有机会获得美方导师推荐信;一封有份量的推荐信,高含金量收获助力未来留学深造及就业。

7、美国当地的旅游和个人成长。

 

备注:

1、费用只包含地理信息系统科研项目和电气工程项目和材料科学/电化学科研项目其中一个的科研项目。

2、如果面试未通过已收费用也是全额退的。

3、包含费用包含:项目费(申请费、学费、科研费、材料费、面试费、辅导费、咨询费,接送机,保险),不包含(住宿、机票、在美所产生的第三方费用)