Student Advising

In the first year, students will be advised by members of the graduate committee.

Once students join an MIT thesis lab, the research mentor will be the primary advisor. Early in the second year, students will form a thesis committee and meet at least annually. The committee will consist of faculty with expertise in the student’s area of research and collectively provide the breadth expected by the program. The thesis committee will primarily provide advice on research. In addition, in the student’s early years the thesis committee will also provide advice on course-work to ensure that students have the appropriate breadth and depth for his or her educational program. In later years, the graduate and thesis committees will also provide students with advice on career options.

Wet Lab with students from Mueller's HCI Engineering Lab