AgeLab draws students from across MIT and from universities around the world. The research conducted is multidisciplinary and therefore we invite students from all fields to work with our researchers and faculty.
Graduate research assistantships are available and dependent upon the specific project needs and the student’s interest.
Undergraduate research opportunities are plentiful and offer a wide range of projects, equipment and experiences in topics such as human factors, interface design, driver behavior and information seeking, among others. These projects teach undergraduates fundamental lab and research skills necessary along with providing mentoring from faculty and staff alike.
Visiting students from other universities are welcome to apply to work on a specific project. Opportunities may be limited due to qualifications, project needs, funding, space and satisfying MIT International Student Office requirements.
Postdoctoral researchers are invited to apply. These positions are contingent upon qualifications, research agenda, funding and, where applicable, satisfying MIT International Student Office requirements.