SCS Undergraduate Thesis Topics

* Denotes winner of that year's Allen Newell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research
+ Denotes winner of that year's Alumni Award for Undergraduate Excellence

Information about Research for Undergraduates for current students:
https://www.csd.cs.cmu.edu/content/cs-undergraduate-research-options

2018-2019
Student Name Academic Advisor Thesis Title
Zheng (George) Cai Barnabas Poczos Understanding the Lipschitz Constraint of the Generative Adversarial Networks
Christopher Grossack Klaus Sutner Extensions of Abelian Automata Groups
Anne Kohlbrenner Justine Sherry Martins Auditable Network Services
Nghia (Max) Le Matthew Gormley Exploring the Frontier of Fast and Accurate Semantic Role Labelling Via Neural Architecture Search
Mark Lee Zico Kolter Adversarial Patch for Object Detection
Lingjie (Jonathan) Li Tuomas Sandholm Deep Reinforcement Learning for Steering Immune System Adaptation
Patrick Lin Venkatesan Guruswami Parameterized Inapproximability of Exact Cover and Nearest Codeword
George Lu Vipul Goyal Private Computation on the Blockchain
Zhichu (Brian) Lu Tom Mitchell One-shot Semantic Parsing
Vijay Ramamurthy Umut Acar Zeus: Algorithmic Program Equivalence
Eliot Robson Phillip Gibbons Batch-Parallel Low-Diameter Decomposition
Jiaxian (Chris) Sheng Artur Dubrawski Using Comparison Queries to Reduce Burden of Data Annotation Required to Train Reliable Models for Bedside Monitoring
George Stoica Barnabas Poczos Contextual Parameter Generation for Knowledge Graph Link Prediction
Xinyi (Joyce) Wang Kathleen Carley Curating the Public Sphere: An Online Ethnographic Study of How Op-eds Initiate Discourse on Twitter
Serena Wang Jean Yang Autotype: Static Analysis for Access Policy Inference
Rohan Yadav Umut Acar Disentanglement, Theory and Practice
Shalom Yiblet Barnabas Poczos Multi Scale Residual Image Compression via Deep Neural Networks
Chenhui Yuan Jan Hoffmann BLT: Exact Bayesian Inference with Distribution Transformers
David Zeng Ariel Procaccia, Alex Psomas Online Fair Division of Indivisible Goods
Carnegie Mellon Qatar
Student Name Academic Advisor Thesis Title
Omar Khattab Mohammad Hammoud IRg: A Distributed Graph-based Framework for Information Retrieval

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