The Computer Science & Engineering Department’s NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program titled “ERWiN” (Experimental Research on Wireless Networking) was held for the fourth time this summer, providing research opportunities for undergraduates all across the United States. This year 19 students participated in this ten-week program, which was concluded with a poster competition showcasing all 11 projects. The posters were judged by members of the ND faculty and industry collaborators, with cash prizes for the top three posters.
These posters were:
- “Socio-Technical Systems: Data Collection and Analysis”; Miya Schneider (Brown University) and Lyle Franklin (Ball State University)
- “Webcam-based Heart Rate Detection”; Curtis Northcutt (Vanderbilt University) and Rebecca Negley (University of Pittsburgh)
- “Mobile Privacy”; Emily Bichler (DePauw University) and Kathryn Glowinski (St. Lawrence University)
Congratulations to all participants for a successful summer program!