NSF/DoD REU: Computational Methods in High Performance Computing with Applications to Computer Science.
Computational Vision and Machine Learning, Big and Small Data Analytics, Multimodal Biometric and Digital Forensics, Information Processing and Fusion. Applications in Healthcare, Biomedical Data Mining, Object Recognition, Finance, Signal Processing, Computer-Aided Food Quality Inspection, 3D Imaging Sensors, Computational Photography, Multimedia Security,etc.
Modeling and Simulation, Complex System, High Performance Computing, Bioinformatics
Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Sequence and Scheduling, Computation and Complexity, Combinatorial Optimization, Operations Research, Computer Architecture, Pattern Recognition
Real-Time Networks, Graph Theory and Network Structure Optimization, Real Time Control Systems, Formal Languages and LR(k) Syntactic Analyzers, Hybrid Analog/Digital High Speed Video Networks
Network Reliability, Extremal Graph Theory
Pattern Recognition and Clustering, Neural Networks, Brain Modeling and Simulations, Neural Network Topologies Based on Potential Function Generators, Spiking Neurons and Self-Organizing Maps, Support Vector Machines, ECG Arrhythmias Simulations and Classification
Data Mining, Robotics, Machine Learning
Medical Image Processing, Visualization, Root Cause Analysis of Errors, Game Development
Semi-Supervised Machine Learning, Text Classification/Categorization, Information Retrieval
Image and Video Processing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Digital Holography, Optical Computing and Information Processing
Information Security, Cryptography, Quantum Computing, Wireless Communications and Applications, In particular, Cipher Designs and Implementation, Crypto Analysis, Network Security, Spread-Spectrum, Communication, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Security and Privacy Issues
Database Theory and Business Intelligent, Mobile Database/Mobile Computing, RFID and Its applications, Wireless Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks, Wireless Communication Networks and Security, Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks