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NASA Multidisciplinary Aeronautics Research Team Initiative (MARTI)

NASA MARTI is an intense summer experience for undergraduate and graduate students to hone their technical, leadership, project management, and teamwork skills in science and engineering. Guided by professional scientists and engineers, students form teams to work on complex projects, attend subject matter expert lectures and/or short courses, and visit aeronautics industry sites and other research facilities. Participants must be enrolled in Aeronautical, Aerospace Engineering, or related disciplines, including Mechanical, Electrical, Systems, and Computer Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Software Engineering, or Computer Science.

MARTI will be held at NASA Ames, Armstrong, Glenn, and Langley. Students may apply using a single application.

Applicants for MARTI must be (1) a United States citizen, (2) in high academic standing (GPA of 3.2 or greater), (3) at least 18 years of age, and (4) a junior or senior undergraduate student, or first- or second- year graduate student, in Fall 2016.
Veterans, women, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

To obtain more information and apply to NASA MARTI, use the link below:

>>NASA MARTI on-line application

February 16, 2016 is the deadline for submitting summer 2016 MARTI applications.

For questions or more information, please e-mail


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