CS Tea Talk: Summer Research Opportunities
Discover more about summer opportunities in the CS department
There are four projects, advised by three faculty members, where student help is being sought this summer:
- Decoding tech support: Expertise identification and trust negotiation of help-seekers and help-givers (Amy Csizmar Dalal)
- Investigating Communication and Modeling Microbiome Evolution (Anya Vostinar)
- Rearchitecting Dragon Architect (Aaron Bauer)
- Understanding Attention, Information Gathering, and Expertise in Starcraft 2 (Aaron Bauer)
You can read more about each of these projects here. There's a link to the application here, which is due by 5pm on Monday, February 15. Summer positions are full time and pay $480 per week. Additionally, there are likely a few non-research, paid summer positions in the department that you may hear about at this tea and plenty of time to ask questions.