Graduate Research Assistantship in Computer Science (available Summer 2014)
Description: Research focuses on modeling and simulation of coupled human and landscape systems. The research involves developing ideas and methods for creating simulation models and experiments. This project involves collaboration with domain experts engaged in studying human activities using agent-based modeling and landscape processes using discrete-time and statistical modeling. The duration of this research assistantship is expected to be 4 years.
Skills: Strong foundation in software development and discrete mathematics; Proficiency in Java or C/C++ programming; Experience in software engineering tools.
If you are interested, please submit the following documents in PDF format to Hessam Sarjoughian (email@example.com).
1. One- or two-page resume. It must list course work with grades, course projects, and professional experience that cover the above skills
2. Undergraduate GPA, Graduate GPA if applicable, GRE General, and GRE Subject if available
3. One-page description of your interests in research and goals after graduation
Curriculum vita may be requested after initial evaluation of your resume and research statement description. Applicants with MS degrees or 2+ years of professional experience are preferred.