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Medical Image Analysis Research

10/26/2020

The Biomedical Image Analysis Group (BIAG) within the department of computer science offers various research opportunities for undergraduate students. We focus on designing algorithms to extract quantitative measures from biomedical data, in particular, from images (e.g., from computed tomography, magnetic … Continued

Atkin Lab Research Assistant

10/26/2020

Light interacting with a material can provide a wide range of information about its electronic and chemical structure. In the Atkin group, we develop and use optical techniques to understand how nanoscale structure affects the performance of molecular and inorganic … Continued

The Great Siege of Malta – Research Assistant

10/26/2020

My current research project is a book on the Great Siege of Malta (to be published by Penguin). The book will not only, or mainly, be a narrative of events; it will also examine the nature of the evidence at … Continued

Pegard Lab – Research Assistant

10/26/2020

We are creating a miniature duel microscope that can be used to study functional connectivity in the brain. This will open new doors in approaches to studying neuroscience and optics. Your part of the project will involve reverse engineering C++ … Continued

Medical imaging device design and Holographic visualization

10/26/2020

We offer opportunities to be involved in device development for medical imaging and other medical applications. We are looking for students with expertise in programming and hardware design. Additional skills with 3-D modeling and game design would be applicable for … Continued

Psychology of Language Research Assistant

10/26/2020

Do experimental research on psychology of language. Our lab has multiple ongoing projects, most of which examine how people use language in context, and especially how people refer and understand references. … Do experimental research on psychology of language. Most … Continued

Software Toolsmith

10/26/2020

Many of us in the Dept. of Computer Science identify as “toolsmiths”, as described in department founder Dr. Fred Brooks’ 1994 essay, The Computer Scientist as Toolsmith II. As such, we build software tools to help people do their jobs … Continued

Undergraduate Research in OSCAR Lab

10/26/2020

The OS, Security, Concurrency, and Architecture Research (OSCAR) Lab in the Department of Computer Science investigates novel computer systems designs. Projects generally involve building serious computer system prototypes, and then measuring improvements in performance, security, or usability. Current projects include: … Continued