School/College: CCPSDepartment: Computer Science, Mathematics and SciencePosition Status: OpenTitle of Project: Creating and running experiments in Java or Python for Journal Publication
Level: GraduateType of Position: UnpaidHours per week: 3Semesters Recruiting: SpringCampus(es): Queens
I am an assistant professor at St. John's CCPS Computer Science, Math, Science department. I have a few ideas on how to extend a Milcom19 conference paper titled "Privacy-preserving Crowd-sensing for Dynamic Spectrum Access". I am looking for willing, and talented programmers to collaborate. In specific, I want to use the first 2-3 weeks of our collaboration to discuss the nature of the paper and bring you up to speed with what I am doing. Then I will explain my new ideas and see if you would be willing to work along with me to code in either Java/Python a portion of the new experiments. The results from these experiments, along with my contributions will be used for a joint publication in an arbitrary IEEE journal. Publishing in conferences, journals is an excellent method to pave the road for graduate (Ph.D) program.
Being optimistic, inquisitive, organized and committed to the 3hrs/week pace. Good coding and verbal communication skills.
Think of this as a "research assistant-ship" responsibility i.e., you'll be working along with me to push the latest/greatest research forward through your coding contribution.
Interested in this Job?
If you are interested in this research opportunity, contact Erald Troja via email at [email protected].