Faculty Mentors in the CS department.
Several faculty at the Computer Science Department love to involve students in research projects. Several of these projects are funded by the National Science Foundation in the form of Research Experiences for Undergraduates. Below you will find a list of faculty, along with their areas of interest and a short snippet of their proposed project. If you are interested, please contact them.
|Faculty Name||Interest||Project||New Hires|
|Sean Luke||robotics, evolutionary computation||NSF REU|
|Huzefa Rangwala||data mining, bioinformatics||NSF REU Project involves developing a recommender system for drug activity prediction.||Yes|
|Amarda Shehu||computational structural biology, bioinformatics||NSF REU project in protein modeling||Yes|
|Chris Kauffman||protein structure prediction, optimization, programming languages||Mentor URSP Proposals||Yes|
|Kinga Dobolyi||web applications, software engineering, software testing||-||Yes (summer only)|
|Jyh-Ming Lien||geometry processing, robotics||computational origami folding (NSF REU), tracking and following using unmanned vehicles , point-cloud data processing (NSF REU)||Yes|
|Jessica Lin||data mining||NSF project on frequent pattern mining and anomaly detection in time series data||Yes|
|Jana Kosecka||computer vision, robotics||feature and object tracking in video, object recognition, 3D modeling with Kinect sensor||Yes|
|Yotam Gingold||computer graphics, crowdsourcing, creativity, games||crowd creativity, 3D modeling, gamification||Yes|