If you are a senior undergraduate student studying Computer Science, Software Engineering, Mathematics, or Statistics, either as a major, a minor, or as part of a stream or area of application, and if you are interested in completing a senior independent study project or research course (CIS4900, CIS4910, MATH4600, STAT4600), I have a number of projects available.
I am recruiting senior undergraduate students for a number of different research projects. These include, but are not limited to software development for community-based monitoring, exploring optimization routines related to several different characteristics of wireless mobile mesh networks, understanding and evaluating the implications of community-engaged learning, developing tools for course content delivery, evaluation of models for ecological and public health risk assessment, and more.
For more information on the projects that are available, please click here.
Senior students who are selected to work on these projects will be part of a team of researchers – including other senior undergraduate students, graduate students (both MSc and PhD), postdoctoral fellows, and community research leads.
Students who join the team are expected to take part in biweekly lab meetings, help draft abstracts for conference presentations, submit a midterm and final report, and give at least one public presentation (typically as part of the Guelph Coding Community).
If you are interested in joining the team, please send me an email to discuss the project you have in mind. If you have a project in mind that is outside of the scope of those listed, feel free to set up a meeting with me to discuss your ideas.