NSF/DoD REU: Computational Methods in High Performance Computing with Applications to Computer Science
The Computer Science Department of The College of Staten Island in collaboration with The City University of New York High Performance Computing Center (CUNY HPCC),
is pleased to offer a Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) summer program (2015-2017) in
an area of national importance: computational methods in high performance
computing with applications to graph theory, network
reliability, cryptography, network security, wireless ad-hoc and sensor
networks, large-scale and complex system modeling and simulation, and image processing.
Why Should You Apply?
- Research opportunities in emerging computational methods at the on-campus state-of-the-art High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities.
- 10-week summer undergraduate research program.
- $5,000 stipend, up to $600 for travel expenses, with lodging and meals provided.
- Field trips and social activities in New York City.