How To Select a Project: First, have a look at the projects listed here. Contact the supervisors for more information. When you have found a project, and the supervisor is willing/able to give you the project, you MUST fill out a CONTRACT FORM, get it signed by the project supervisor, and deliver it to the 499* coordinator (Dr. Mousavi). E-mail is also acceptable but must come from the supervisor, not the student. ONLY when the contract is received is the project officially yours.
I strongly recommend that you try to find a project from the list below. However, if you can’t find a project here that fits your interests and abilities, you can propose a project yourself. In this case you will need to find a School of Computing faculty member who is willing to supervise your project. As a rough guideline to project design, the amount of work involved should be the same as a typical 400-level CISC course.
|Gunnar Blohm||Project description can be found here.|
with Dr. Kunz, HMRC, projects available here.
with Dr. Hefny: “Calibrating Force Signals and Video Streams. Read description here.
|Gabor Fichtinger||Project 1 available here. Project 2 available here.||Project 1 is already assigned.|
|Hossam Hassanein||Project descriptions available here.|
|David Lamb||Project descriptions (mostly from external customers to CISC499) available here.|
|Pat Martin||Project descriptions available here.|
|David Rappaport||Project description available here.|
|Kai Salomaa||Project description available here.|
|David Skillicorn||List of projects available here.|
|Mohammad Zulkernine||Identifying Cloud Security Metrics||Jenny Chien|