Jacob Condello (CEN BS '17) and Simran Singh present their poster, "Building Tools & Gathering Data", at SIGCSE 2017 in Seattle. The poster describes work stemming from Bina Ramamurthy and Carl Alphonce's 2015 UB Center for Educational Innovation (CEI) seed grant on pedagogical innovation. Photo credit: Carl Alphonce
This well-liked fellow, an Aldebaran Nao humanoid robot, was a member of Jason Corso's Vision and Perceptual Machines Lab (VPML). His sunny yet somewhat vague countenance welcomed visitors who entered Davis Hall by the north entrance. Photo credit: Ken Smith
Zach Wieand (BS CS '17) and Wes Csendom (CS BA '17) discuss tutr, their app-based on-demand tutoring service, at CSE Industrial Career Day, 2016. Photo credit: Onion Studio
CSE offers undergraduates ample opportunities to engage in creative research, including the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Undergraduates may obtain academic course credit while acquiring valuable research experience under world-class faculty.
CSE faculty are at the forefronts of their chosen fields of expertise, and students may engage in research on a variety of topics: pattern-recognition; high-performance computing; algorithms and complexity; artificial intelligence; medical image processing; multimedia systems; optical, wireless and sensor networks; computer security and information assurance; software systems and languages; computer architecture; and Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) systems.
Complete this procedure to register for CSE 498—Undergraduate Research or CSE 499—Independent Study.
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