UCLA Physics and Astronomy Electronics Shop
The UCLA Physics and Astronomy Electronics Shop offers a range of electronic design services, repairs, parts, and equipment. Our services are available for any project, large or small, and we encourage you to drop by for any electronics needs.
The staff can design and fabricate custom mechanical equipment while modifying, maintaining and repairing existing instrumentation. In addition, Technical Services also provides graphic services, print large format, high quality posters for conferences as well as assist with layout and graphic designs. The staff is also available for general consulting in areas that support your research and instructional activities.
UCLA Physics Machine Shop
Located in the basement of Knudsen Hall. They have a CNC machine and do very precise work (they have made parts for Tad’s rat head caps).
Located on the ground floor of Boelter Hall. We’ve worked with them on the metal panels for our Med-PC boxes.
Research Programs, Conferences, and Grants
SRP 99 courses are where many students begin doing research. In SRP 99 courses, students work in a faculty mentor’s lab assisting in hands-on research.
The UCLA Psychology Research Opportunity Programs (PROPS) is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates to begin their research careers and to acquire the needed experience for pursuing advanced studies in Psychology. PROPS provides a stipend (up to $2,000) to historically underrepresented students or those with a demonstrated financial need to support them while they work in research labs of UCLA Psychology faculty during the Winter and Spring Quarters of each year.
The Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference provides opportunities for undergraduate research assistants to develop their presentation skills and share their research efforts with their peers and colleagues.
UCLA Undergraduate Research Week
Open to all UCLA undergraduates engaged in research and creative projects, Undergraduate Research Week provides opportunities for hundreds of UCLA students to present their work to the campus and broader community as oral presentations, posters, and performances. The submission deadline is April 15 for the mid-May conference.