MOTIVATED, CURIOUS STUDENTS SOUGHT Multiple positions available on a paid, course credit, or volunteer basis for students interested in getting involved in a multi-disciplinary research project relating to human gesture and activity recognition technologies using radar. No prior radar experience required. Depending on student interests and background, specific role in project will be designed and level of responsibility determined. Potential topics include - programming and experimentation with a variety of software defined radio platforms - human kinematic modeling and skeleton tracking using multiple Kinect sensors - machine learning algorithm development for activity and gesture recognition - radar signal processing and radar...
Course Credit?Yes - ECE 399
Student can get involved in the following aspects of the project: 1. Development of novel radiation detectors optimized for the magnetic monopole searches. The detectors are to be deployed at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN, and in space using CubeSat satellites. Experience with electronics (charge-sensitive amplifiers, impedance matching) and/or micro-fabrication techniques (physical vapor deposition, photolithography) is a plus. 2. Simulation of the galactic and solar magnetic fields to study propagation and detection of cosmological and astrophysical sources of magnetic monopoles....
Course Credit?Yes - PH495
Preferred MajorsAerospace Engineer & Mechanics | Applied Physics | Computer Science | Physics | Aerospace Engineering | Computer Science | Electrical Engineering
Keywordsparticle detectors | elementary particles | astrophysics | monte carlo simulation | microfabrication | machine learning
We have several projects that deal with development and testing of biomedical instrumentation. Depending on the project, the students may participate in several related research activities: 1) Sensor design, manufacture and testing. Practical hands-on tasks that often need 3D design skills, working with plastics, resins and other materials. 2) Signal processing and pattern recognition of signals collected by our sensors. The sensors are used in the human studies and the collected data need to be processed to recognize events of interest in the sensor data. Either direction can be used as a credit in research scholars program or for conference paper preparation....
Course Credit?Yes - Research Scholars
Participate in one or more of the following: (1) NSF I-Corps and Customer Discovery Activities, (2) Data collection and analysis for Battery State-Of-Health (SOH) Diagnosis and State-Of-Charge Estimation, (3) Design and Fabrication of electronic circuits for battery related measurements, (4) Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Machine Learning (ML) algorithms development for Battery Management Systems, and (5) Matlab Modeling or Programing for Battery Management Systems. The project is co-advised by Dr. Jaber Abu Qahouq (ECE, College of Engineering) and Dr. Rob Morgan (The Culverhouse College of Business). Additional information details are available upon request by contacting Dr. Jaber Abu Qahouq at email@example.com or Dr. Rob Morgan at ...