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:

Student Name Academic Advisor Thesis Title
Keith Bare , Priya Narasimhan Online Fingerpointing: Just-in-Time Problem Diagnosis for Distributed Systems
Samuel Burnett Peter Steenkiste Combining Wireless Network Emulation and Simulation
Henry DeYoung Frank Pfenning An Authorization Logic for Reasoning with Quantitative Time
Zhengheng Gho David Touretzky Visually Guided Manipulation Primitives for an Educational Robot
Jing Jin Laura Dabbish Are You Your Own Worst Enemy? Self-Interruption on the Computer
Yucheng Low Daniel Sleator Investigating the Use of Machine Learning in Go
Jeremy Maitin-Shepard Multiple-Target Tracking Based on a Fully-General Data Association Model Using a Fourier-Domain Representation
Chris Martens Frank Pfenning A Hybrid Formulation of the Ordered Logical Framework
Kevin McInerney Klaus Sutner Discovering Tractable Cellular Automata Questions
Jiquan Ngiam Scott Fahlman Natural Language Processing with Knowledge
Xinghao Pan David Touretzky Object Recognition Tools for Educational Robots
Albert Sheu Characterizing Youtube Videos
Geeta Shroff , Asm Smailagic DiaWear: An Assistive Wearable Food and Activity Recognition, Monitoring and Management System for Diabetes Patients
Jiaqi Tan , Priya Narasimhan BlackSheep: Inferring White-Box Application Behavior Using Black-Box Techniques
Carnegie Mellon Qatar
Student Name Academic Advisor Thesis Title
Noura El-Moughny , Bernardine Dias Assistive Technology for Learning to Write Braille
Amer Obeidah , Lynn Carter Design-Code Verification: When Design Deviates from Code
Student Name Academic Advisor Thesis Title
Sunsern Cheamanunkul Tom Mitchell, Rebecca Hutchinson Gaussian Naive Bayes Classifier with Smooth Basis Functions