Design and Get Rewarded

Participants are sought for a study for a challenge on designing energy systems. No experience is necessary for participation.

This study will take place in MEEG 216 and will consist of two sessions over two days, the first lasting 1 hour and the second 1.5 hours. In the first session, participants will complete a design challenge. In the second session, they will complete two computerized tasks and one paper and pencil task. After completing the study, participants will receive up to $25 compensation.

For available dates and times, please email Molla Rahman at mhrahman@email.uark.edu

Contacts

Molla Rahman,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
870-480-2984, mhrahman@email.uark.edu

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