Student research projects
A new page has been created highlighting current student research projects.
Courses for Spring 2013
- CSCI 205 - Software Engineering and Design
Time: MWF 10:00 - 10:52am; 11:00 - 11:52am
Room: BRKI 164 (Computer Science Lab)
- CSCI 379 - Introduction to Data Mining
Time: MWF 2:00 - 2:52pm
Room: BRKI 165
- Bioinformatics projects available each semester! I am looking
for undergraduate students well grounded in computer science that
have strong programming skills
to work on some interesting research projects in data mining, mostly
in bioinformatics. There are numerous opportunities for publication
or conference presentation. A introductory background in biology (especially
molecular biology) is a plus, but not required. A solid background
in probability and statistical analysis is a plus. Tool development
projects will ideally culminate with delivery of a desktop or web
based application for public community use. All projects will
culminate in a paper or poster reporting results.
- Data mining projects - I'm interested in
working on other data mining projects outside of the bioinformatics
realm. If you have an idea, let's discuss it!
- My work
SCHEDULE is now available online.
Official office hours are posted on there. I encourage all students
to utilize them. If you can not make any of my office hours, e-mail
me for an appointment.
- Faculty profile on Bucknell's main site (released on Sept. 27):