Congratulations to our 2016 graduating class. Best of luck to you all!
Computer Science Fellowship Opportunities
The Department of Computer Science is pleased to announce the availability of a large number of Graduate Fellowships: up to 16 Teaching Fellowships, 36 Research Assistantships, and 3 GAANN Fellowships. Fellowships may combine different kinds of support (e.g., TF and RA), and include a stipend, health benefits, and free tuition.
The CS faculty at BU includes world-renown leaders in many central areas of computer science, including analysis of algorithms, complexity theory, cryptography, computer vision, databases and data mining, fault-tolerant computing, networking, operating systems, performance evaluation, programming languages, real-time systems, security, theory of computation, and distributed systems.
A sample of research projects include:
- Development of a Redesigned Internet Architecture
- Simplified Computer Network Analysis
- eXpressive Internet Architecture (XIA)
Computer Vision and Modeling:
- Intelligent Tracking Systems that Reason about Group Behavior
- AIRFOILS (Animal Inspired Flight with Outer and Inner Loop Strategies)
- Computational Behavioral Science: Modeling, Analysis, and Visualization of Social and Communicative Behavior
Security and Privacy:
- Tools to Protect the Privacy of Social Media Users
- Securing the Open Softphone
- Towards Trustworthy Interactions in the Cloud
- ATS: A Paradigm for Combining Programming with Theorem-Proving
- iBench: Internet Programming WorkBench
Distributed Systems and High-Performance Computing:
- A Fault-Oblivious Extreme-Scale Execution Environment
- CloudCommons: Enabling an Efficient and Trustworthy Cloud Computing Marketplace
- Towards Trustworthy Database Systems
- Subsequence Matching for Content-based Access in Multimedia Databases
For more information, please contact Professor Abraham Matta (firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-358-1062).