[Csminors-l] Fwd: [SIGCSE-members] REU Site in Imaging and Computer Vision (iMagine) at Montclair State University
baldwin at geneseo.edu
Thu Jan 20 08:13:37 EST 2011
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> From: Stefan Robila <mucegai at YAHOO.COM>
> Date: January 20, 2011 7:45:47 AM EST
> To: SIGCSE-members at LISTSERV.ACM.ORG
> Subject: [SIGCSE-members] REU Site in Imaging and Computer Vision (iMagine) at Montclair State University
> Reply-To: Stefan Robila <mucegai at YAHOO.COM>
> Dear Colleagues,
> Kindly read the following announcement and visit the accompanying website describing the NSF REU site being organized at Montclair State University, NJ. Please forward the message to your students and encourage them to apply as well as to your colleagues from other institutions teaching undergraduate students. A letter-size poster is available electronically or through mail by request. Apologies for cross-posting.
> Thank you,
> Stefan Robila
> Associate Professor
> Department of Computer Science
> Montclair State University
> The Department of Computer Science and the Center of Imaging and Optics at Montclair State University are pleased to organize a 8 week intensive undergraduate research program where students will work individually and collaboratively on a wide variety of imaging and computer vision problems benefiting from a group of experienced research mentors. In 2011, the REU site will take place between May 23 and July 15. Four faculty mentors from within the CS and Math departments will provide supervision.
> Here are some highlights:
> DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: MARCH 26, 2011
> SUPPORT: The students will live and work in campus for the project period and will be compensated for their participation with a stipend of $4000. In addition, their lodging in campus will be paid and a daily meal allowance will be provided. Travel to and from Montclair are also covered (up to $500).
> ELIGIBILITY: The program is open to computing related majors with at least one year of courses taken within the program of study. In our understanding, computing related areas include but are not limited to computer science, computational science, computer engineering, information technology, information systems, bioinformatics, electrical engineering, physics or mathematics. The students are also expected to know how to program in at least one high level language such as but not limiting to C, C++, or Java.
> Eight positions are available each year. One of the students will play the role of peer mentor / student assistant and will start work in April 2011 (with additional compensation).
> Funding is limited to United States citizens or US permanent residents. Members of the underrepresented groups are particularly invited to apply.
> SPONSOR: This project is currently funded under the NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates / DoD Awards to Stimulate Undergraduate Research Experiences (Assure). Award # IIS-1004447.
> FURTHER INFORMATION:
> http://www.csam.montclair.edu/~robila/iMagine or email nsfreu at mail.montclair.edu , robilas at mail.montclair.edu
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