There are many opportunities for undergraduate research in the CSE Department. Some of them are mentioned here. If you are interested in participating in the work of other faculty members, please contact them directly.
Contact Prof. Bruce Weide (email@example.com), Dr. Paolo Bucci (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Dr. Wayne Heym (email@example.com).
The Computer Vision Lab, led by Prof. Jim Davis, is looking to hire CSE Undergraduate researchers to be engaged in Computer Vision research. This opportunity is aimed at actively engaging undergraduates in exciting research projects that additionally prepare students for graduate study. The research projects will pertain to various facets of "Intelligent Computer Surveillance and Monitoring". Mentoring and training will be provided by Prof. Davis and graduate students in the Computer Vision Laboratory. Interested undergraduate students should currently be in their Junior or Senior year, with a GPA of at least 3.5, and be familiar with C/C++/Java and Matlab. Interested applicants should contact Prof. Davis by email (jwdavis@cse) and provide a short resume that includes experience, courses completed, and GPA.
Dr. Feng Qin's group has been developing various system techniques for providing highly dependable and secure software on general purpose and high performance computing systems. Current work includes (1) bug studies and message-centric approaches for improving the reliability of communication libraries (e.g., Message Passing Interfaces) on High Performance Computing Systems; and (2) environment diversity for improving software availability on modern multi-core computer systems, concurrency bug detection and testing, and multi-core architecture for enhancing security attacking detection. Interested students are strongly encouraged to contact Dr. Feng Qin at firstname.lastname@example.org for available opportunities.
Dr. Agrawal's group has been developing
middleware systems that support
distributed, data-intensive applications.
Current work includes middleware for streaming applications, middleware
integration, and middleware to scalable data mining. Opportunities
available for developing new applications using these systems,
new functionality to the existing system. Interested students
a good GPA, excellent programming skills in C++ and/or Java should
Dr. Gagan Agrawal at email@example.com. Some exposure
programming is helpful,
but not necessary.
Contact Prof. Rick Parent (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Contact Prof. Anish Arora (email@example.com).