Here is the list of "396" projects for the Summer 2010 semester. They are arranged by department, school, or program:
- Anatomy and Cell Biology
- Cognitive Science
- Computer Science
- Microbiology and Immunology
Students interested in a potential project (that has already been submitted by a professors and already posted here) should communicate with the instructor proposing the project. Instructions on how to apply are indicated on each project description.
To post, create, or register for a new project (i.e., one that is not yet posted here), please use this online form. Students may ask their proposed supervisors to fill out the form for a project they have already agreed upon, or professors may fill out "empty" projects where they are looking for students.
- Introduction to '396' courses - general information including prerequisites and eligibility
- Information for professors
- How '396' courses work
Anatomy and Cell Biology
- ANAT 396: Profs. A. McKinney + C. Mandato. "Mature dendritic spine remodeling in an in vitro stroke model"
- ANAT 396: Prof. S. Stifani. "Regulation of neural cell differentiation"
- COGS 396: Prof. I. Gold. "Metacognition and insight in psychosis"
- COGS 396: Prof. I. Gold. "Social stress in the identification of trustworthiness"
- COMP 396: Prof. L. Hendren. "Efficient Aspect-Oriented Matlab"
- COMP 396: Prof. P. Kry. "Application of Halfedge Data Structure for Cloth Simulation"
- COMP 396: Prof. D. Precup. "Curious learning agents"
Microbiology and Immunology
- MIMM 397: Prof. M. Saleh. "Investigating the role of Caspase 12 in regulating intestinal inflammation"
- PHYS 396: Prof. B. Vachon. "Simulation studies for a measurement of the strong coupling constant in proton-proton collisions"