The Computer Science Department at Hope College with support from the Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program of the National Science Foundation, is providing an opportunity for a number of undergraduate computer science students to participate in a nine-week research program.
Dates: May 31 - July 29, 2011
Housing: On-campus housing provided at no cost
Travel: Limited travel funds are available for participants
Eligibility: Any U.S. citizen or permanent resident who has not received a baccalaureate degree and will be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program in Fall, 2011 is eligible. Women and members of minority groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
Projects: You will be working with research mentors at Hope College on one of several research projects. These projects are listed below:
- Algorithms for Graph Pebbling with Chuck Cusack
- Human Computing Games for Graph Problems with Chuck Cusack
- Modeling Bacterial Metabolism and Genetic Regulation with Matt DeJongh
- Assistive Technology with Android on Mobile Phones with Mike Jipping
- Building an online survey system with Ryan McFall
Application DetailsAn online application, a transcript of all undergraduate work, and a letter of recommendation from a faculty member must be submitted on or before
To apply for the program, you must apply online at http://sharp.hope.edu