SCS Undergraduate Thesis Topics

 Denotes winner of that year's Allen Newell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research
 Denotes winner of that year's Alumni Award for Undergraduate Excellence

Information about Research for Undergraduates for current students:
https://www.csd.cs.cmu.edu/content/cs-undergraduate-research-options

2009-2010
Student Name Academic Advisor Thesis Title
Matthew Delaney David Wettergreen Investigating Effectiveness of Small Scale Lunar Excavators
Carl Doersch Tai-Sing Lee Temporal Continuity Learning for Deep Belief Networks
Thomas Jacques Tai-Sing Lee EyesOn Mobile Eye Tracking
Dan Kilgallin Klaus Sutner Complementing Buchi Automata Over Bi-infinite Words
John Kowalski Geoffrey Gordon Using Machine Learning Techniques to Uncover What Makes Understanding Spoken Chinese Difficult for Non-native Speakers
Bradford Neuman Learning-based Change Detection for Mobile Robots
Christopher Niessl Roger Dannenberg Enhancing Audio Reproduction through Improved Instrument Synthesis Models for Violin and String Instruments
Fang Qiao Ronald Rosenfeld Layperson-trained Speech Recognition for Resource Scarce Languages
Daniel Schafer Luis Von Ahn Finding Accurate Models of Social Graphs
Nitin Seemakurty Anthony Tomasic, Luis Von Ahn Human-powered Word Sense Disambiquation
Neel Shah Noah Smith Predicting Risk from Financial Reports with Supervised Topic Models
Sam Tetruashvili Manuel Blum Inductive Inference of Integer Sequences
Anthony Velazquez Carol Frieze Local and Global Perspective: An Investigation of How Cultural Factors Contribute to Gender Balanced Participation in Computer Science
Dae Gun Won , Eric Xing Inference of Population Structure with Optimal Number of Ancestral Groups
Carnegie Mellon Qatar
Student Name Academic Advisor Thesis Title
Rishav Bhowmick Noah Smith, Kemal Oflazer Rich Named Entity Recognition
Mohammed Kaleem Rahman , Bernardine Dias Education e-Village: Empowering Technology Educators in Developing Regions
Aysha Siddique , Bernardine Dias Designing Mobile-phone Based Educational Games to Improve the English Literacy Skills of Limited English Proficient (LEP) Adults

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