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-**Project Title: Tooling infrastructure to compute test diversity in state-based testing+**Project Title: Tooling infrastructure to compute test diversity in state-based testing ​\\
  
 Supervisor:​** Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca) Supervisor:​** Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca)
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-**Project Title: Suggest you own idea for the interactive SWall project+**Project Title: Suggest you own idea for the interactive SWall project\\
  
 Supervisor: ** Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca) Supervisor: ** Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca)
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-**Project Title: Software interface to Satisfiability Modulo Theory (SMT) solvers+**Project Title: Software interface to Satisfiability Modulo Theory (SMT) solvers\\
  
 Supervisor: ** Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca) Supervisor: ** Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca)
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-**Project Title: Studying structural complexity of test code and application code+**Project Title: Studying structural complexity of test code and application code\\
  
 Supervisor: **Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca) Supervisor: **Yvan Labiche (yvan.labiche@carleton.ca)
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 +**Project Title: Optical hand-held probe for skin cancer\\
  
-**Title: Development of real-time embedded systems using a model-based approach** ​Supervision: Professor Gabriel A. Wainer Gabriel.Wainer@sce.carleton.ca+Supervisor: **Sreeraman Rajan (sreeramanr@sce.carleton.ca) 
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 +Description:​  
 +The goal of this project is to develop a hand-held probe for detecting skin cancer using nonlinear optical imaging. This probe will use a high power femtosecond laser to scan the skin surface using a MEMS mirror. The student will be involved in developing an FPGA-based image acquisition system for this probe. 
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 +Please contact Dr. Murugkar (http://​people.physics.carleton.ca/​~smurugkar/​) in the Department of Physics at Carleton University to be a part of this exciting research in biophotonics. Dr. Sreeraman Rajan from Systems and Computer Engineering will be cosupervising this project. 
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 +Needed background: ​ Knowledge of FPGA, image processing and signal processing fundamentals,​ good knowledge of electronics,​ embedded design. 
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 +Biomedical specialty is not a must. Having the ability to design circuits and use FPGA is essential. 
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 +**Title: Development of real-time embedded systems using a model-based approach** ​ 
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 +Supervisor: Professor Gabriel A. Wainer Gabriel.Wainer@sce.carleton.ca
  
  
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-**Title: Advanced Visualization for complex simulation models** Supervision:​ Professor Gabriel A. Wainer Gabriel.Wainer@sce.carleton.ca+**Title: Advanced Visualization for complex simulation models** ​ 
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 +Supervision:​ Professor Gabriel A. Wainer Gabriel.Wainer@sce.carleton.ca
  
  
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