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    hello!

    is there possibility to participate in research or similar activities of a uni during the evenings as I am occupied during the daytime?

    thanks!
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    (Original post by studos)
    hello!

    is there possibility to participate in research or similar activities of a uni during the evenings as I am occupied during the daytime?

    thanks!
    It will depend on the university and how receptive your department are to this kind of thing. I think it is fairly unlikely, but I'm certainly no expert. This post will bump your thread though so maybe somebody else will help you
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    Probably not, to put it honestly, no professor or PhD student is going to want to stay after hours to babysit an undergrad. A few universities have summer research programs, why not apply for those instead?
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    By research do you mean like projects or writing papers? If it's working on projects then you can just join societies doing competitions. I recently joined a society/group where we're building an autonomous sailing ship. This is mainly organised by a bunch of PhD students (I'm first year) so we're doing some high level stuff. Within this we're implementing a bunch of control theory methods so we do have to do research, such as I'm in charge of the design of a fuzzy logic controller. I dunno if you class things like that as research but that's the only thing I can think off. Or as others suggested you could do summer based research programmes


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