exploreCSR@OSU: Hands-on computing research experiences for undergrads

Upcoming events (January–February 2021)

Panel discussion: What's grad school all about?

Participants will hear from and interact with CSE faculty and grad students and with other participants. Topics will include grad school life, how research works, how financial aid works, and advice for being a member of an underrepresented group (but the event is intended for everyone).

Day/time TBD

Hands-on research activity

Participants will learn about and undertake a hands-on research activity, similar to the past events below.

Details and day/time TBD

Past events (2020)

November 14 @ 11 am via Zoom

Participants will learn about Bluetooth security and privacy issues, and they will undertake capturing, analyzing, and decrypting Bluetooth packets.

Led by Prof. Zhiqiang Lin

Details and registration

November 17 @ 6 pm via Zoom

Participants will use machine learning and computer vision techniques to identify wildlife from social media photos.

Led by Prof. Tanya Berger-Wolf

Details and registration

exploreCSR@OSU organizes hands-on research experiences, panels about computing research and grad school, and other events for undergrads. All undergrads are welcome to participate, but students who are members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged.

exploreCSR@OSU is supported by a gift from Google Research and is led by Mike Bond, Yang Wang, Zhiqiang Lin, and Julia Armstrong and funded by Google Research.

Contact Mike Bond for more info.