We always welcome highly qualified students, post docs and research collaborators. If you are interested in joining the Human-Machine Teaming laboratory in a research capacity, please follow the directions below. Dr. Adams is very busy and is unable to respond to all inquiries, particularly if the inquiry fails to include the requested items.
Please note that any students who work with Dr. Adams, and in the HMT Lab, will need to meet export control authorizations. At this time, Dr. Adams is not seeking students who will require a special export control authorization.
Post Doctoral Researchers: There are currently no open post-doctoral positions within the HMTLab.
Visiting Researchers: If you have your own research funding and are interested in visiting the HMTLab, please note our ability to accommodate your request is highly dependent on our existing commitments and scheduled deliverables. Further, we do not provide any funding to support visiting researchers.
If you are sufficiently funded to cover all your expenses, including living expenses, and wish to visit the HMTLab, please:
Prospective Graduate Students: Please note that Dr. Adams does not respond to most general email inquiries regarding potential positions in the HMTLab for the EECS, ME, IE or Robotics graduate programs; such emails are immediately deleted. Dr. Adams also is unable to comment on the status of your application. If you are genuinely interested in joining the HMTLab as a graduate student, then please:
Prospective Undergraduate Students: Please note that Dr. Adams receives many more requests for undergraduate students to participate in research than she can accommodate. Positions are often filled quickly.
If you are a freshman with limited to no prior programming or engineering expertise, then please do not seek a research position until Spring of your first year. Dr. Adams does consider students from various undergraduate research programs on campus, such as STEM Leaders and URSA Engage. Specifically, for URSA Engage, please note that I will only endorse one or two students. If you wait until after Thanksgiving to contact Dr. Adams, you will likely be too late.
If you are genuinely interested in joining the HMTLab as an undergraduate student, then please: