Many of our Computer Science and Computer Engineering undergraduate students are involved in cutting-edge research. Click on the students below to see what they're working on.
A Sophomore majoring in Computer Science, Chitra does research involving Human Computer Interaction.
A Sophomore majoring in Computer Engineering, Sheriff analyzes electroencephalographical (EEG) data in order to find and establish trends between humans under specific testing conditions.
A Senior majoring in Computer Science, Jasmine is interested in how human factors, like culture, gender, and age, affect the way people perceive and use technology.
A Senior majoring in Computer Engineering, Patrick is interested in fabricating a microelectrode array based on self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) for the attachment of neurons.
A Sophomore majoring in Computer Science, Alexander explores predictive model uncertainty.
A Senior majoring in Computer Engineering, Ugonna does research involving standoff chemical detection.
A Senior majoring in Computer Engineering, Joshua is working on design and cleanroom fabrication of electronic devices that will be used to interface with neurons.
A recent Computer Science graduate, Joseph's research involves analyzing the dynamics of simulated roadway traffic to determine an optimal lane-changing strategy, and the creation of an intelligent computerized tutoring system.