4080 & 4081 Projects
Several projects in the areas found under Research can be done for 4080 (and 4081). The projects can start as soon as the next approaching term, or any future term within reasonable scheduling.
Main requirements (in addition to the normal departmental course completion requirements):
writing skills (you should be able (and willing to learn, if not skilled-enough yet) to express your thinking and work in writing, in an organized format that is normally acceptable in technical essays).
presentation skills (you should be able (and willing to learn, if not skilled-enough yet) to present your work using normal presentation means, such as PPT).
research-oriented student work style (... especially during the earlier years of your studies, the teacher provides "the specs" (for example, the API) and the "what-to-read" and the student provides "the solution". In 'research-oriented student work style', the teacher provides "the ideas" and the student provides "the specs, the 'what the student needs to read', and the solution").
If you are interested, please contact me, but first read the fine print below ...
(The fine print: be specific when inquiring. Questions of the sort "I am interested in <prospective title of your> project/area of interest, which I believe is related to your <paper reference> paper/area of interest, because <reasons here>" are treated much more seriously than questions of the sort "Can I do a 4080 project for the [S|F|W] term?". Be as specific as possible. Email from your 'yorku' or from your 'cse.yorku' account.)
The main web site for this course is at http://www.cse.yorku.ca/course/4080/