Student projects listed in the CSE Lab are highly interdisciplinary, integrating scientific and engineering problems with Computer Science and Mathematics.
The Classification below lists the emphasis of the project and they can be adapted depending on the student background and interests.
A flyer that summarizes the projects (as of June 2011) can be found here.
- Machine Learning Algorithms: Optimal Motion of Interacting Swimmers (Sid V.)
- 3D Fluid/Granular Flow Solvers on Heterogenous Platforms (Diego R.)
- Compressible Flows on Supercomputing Clusters (Diego R.)
- Granular flows and process optimization (Panos A.)
- Compressible Vortex Reconnections (Christian C.)
- Investigation of Damage Potential in Cloud Cavitation Collapse Simulations (Jonas S.)
- Uncertainty Quantification of Molecular Dynamics Simulations (Wu S.)
- Identifying the Vibrational Modes of Carbon Nano-Structures (Panos A.)
- Mechanics of Biological Tissues (Gerardo T.)
- Improving Monte Carlo Simulations with Pharmacokinetics applications (Wu S.)
- Multi-level Simulation Algorithm for Stochastic Biological Systems (Jonas S.)
- Wavelets for Signal Processing and Simulations (Diego R.)
- Numerical Optimization on Clusters (Panos H.)
- Diffusion Processes on Heterogeneous Platforms (Christian C.)
- Fluid-Structure Interactions Under the Effects of Gravity (Christian C.)
- Creating a Motion Tracking Setup for Interactive Scientific Visualization (Sid V.)
- Improving CMA-ES: Efficient Retrieval of Landscape Hessian (Lina K.)