Recent Student/
Faculty Collaborative Research

"ISOMER - Enhancing Test Coverage Using Constrained Random Tests"
Dr. Daniel Ernst with student Darren Kulp

"Enhancing the Price/Performance for a Clustered Multiprocessor System"
Dr. Daniel Ernst with student Joe Myre

"Implementing Auto-Focus in a Stereographical Projection System"
Dr. Daniel Stevenson with student Alex Cobian

"ReHack: A Network Playback Tool"
Dr. Jack Tan with student Erin Johnson

Collaborative Research

UW - Eau Claire is the Center for Excellence in faculty/student collaborative research within the University of Wisconsin System. Several students each year participate in student/faculty collaborative research projects in Computer Science, and many present their work at conferences and through publications in refereed journals.

Students are funded for their collaborative research projects by grants (usually around $2000) from the UWEC Office of Research and Sponsored Programs or from external grants. Interested students should contact individual faculty directly to discuss possible collaborative research possibilities.

View current and past faculty and faculty/student collaborative research work »