This summer, computer science student Clayton Turner will be working with computer science faculty member, Dr. Paul Anderson on a research project called Learn2Mine. Learn2Mine is an integrated learning and data mining system for scientists and students. Funding was awared to Dr. Anderson and Clayton by the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities’ SURF Program. Clayton and Dr. Anderson recently made a trip to Utah where they attended the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. While there Clayton had the opportunity to present his poster on the research done to-date for Learn2Mine.
Students in the Department of Computer Science at the College of Charleston are consistently exposed to fantastic research opportunities. The department has ongoing research in the areas of computer music, bioinformatics, software innovations, and cyber infrastructure research and development for the earth sciences. To learn more about research being done in the deparment, click here.
Congrats again to Dr. Anderson and Clayton on receiving funding towards their summer research!