On Thursday, November 3rd, the Course 6 department held a dinner where prospective M. Eng students could enjoy Thai food while asking current M. Eng students questions about different concentrations. Approximately 60 undergraduates came to learn about the different concentrations Course 6 has to offer. The event began with everyone grabbing a plate of food, followed by each of the current M. Eng students introducing themselves and their concentration. Students concentrating in diverse fields such as AI, applied physics, circuits, and BioEECS sat at different tables while prospective students walked around to the various tables to ask about research and studies. One M. Eng talked about concentrating in circuits despite doing signal processing research on optical signals in turbulent media. Another talked about their research in human-computer interfaces.
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