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PhD Students

The first step is to take a look at my recent papers. Please email me if the paper you're interested in isn't linked on that page (just means that the paper hasn't officially been published yet).

I'm interested in information visualization, web science, mobile computing, and wireless networks. If you're interested in learning more about any of these areas, please setup an appointment to talk with me. I can give you a set of papers that we can discuss further.

MS Students

Masters' Projects

The Masters project is meant to be something that is more involved than just a course project, so talk to several faculty members about possible projects at least two semesters before you plan to graduate. One possible sequence is to sign up for CS 697: Independent Study with a faculty member to start work on your Masters' project. This would involve weekly meetings and graded work. Then the next semester, you would sign up for CS 698: Masters' Project and complete and present your work.

If you have met all of the prerequisites listed above, here are the guidelines for applying for me to advise your project:

If you have not met the prerequisites, then I cannot work with you on the Masters' Project.


I occasionally have funding for summer research projects with undergraduates. This funding is typically limited to US citizens and typically involves programming to support our research project. Please contact me if you're interested in more information this type of project.

Prospective Students

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