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Computer Science & Information Technology Research

The faculty and students of the Computer Science & Information Technology Department conduct a wide variety of research. A few of the research areas are highlighted here.

Electro-Acoustic Music and other Multimedia (computer music and graphics) - Dr. Dale Parson

iPAWS (Personal Assistant Web application System for autistic adults) - Dr. Joo Tan

qSpaces: A Mathematical Playground - Dr. Yong Zhang, Dr. Oskars Rieksts (retired)

Student KU Bears Grant Projects

The purpose of the KU Bringing Experiences About Research in Summer (BEARS) program is to support faculty/student research pairs over the summer. The goals are twofold: to develop the necessary skills set of undergraduate students to help them become student researchers and to provide faculty members with paid student research assistants. Undergraduate students selected for the program will receive summer pay for research tasks assigned by a faculty supervisor. By assisting faculty members in their research, students selected for the program will learn the knowledge and skills necessary for conducting advanced research in their field.

Environmental Sensing with Wireless Sensor Networks - Nina Schynder and Dr. Lisa Frye

KUGS (Kutztown University Game Simulator) - Braden Luancing and Mr. Thiep Pham