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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@carleton.ca
  
  
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 • experience in an advanced high performance computing environment • experience in an advanced high performance computing environment
  
-http://www.sce.carleton.ca/​faculty/​wainer/ars+http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/​ars
  
  
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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@carleton.ca
  
  
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 Different visualization techniques have been applied to the current simulation engines (based on Java and VRML). The goal of this project is to improve 3D visualization techniques based on VRML, XML and Java3D. The goal of this project is to improve the currently existing graphical environment enabling the users to easily visualize the simulation models in 3D worlds. This includes distributed execution via the Internet using a web-based interface. The activities will be carried out in the CFI Advanced Laboratory for Real-Time Simulation (ARS) and Carleton Immersive Media Studio lab (CIMS) This infrastructure consists of a high-performance computing platform (64 high speed processors linked with a very high speed interconnect) to support an advanced real-time simulation engine (including AD/ DA interfaces and graphics workstations for human interaction). It will involve linking the visualization tools available at CIMS with the ARS lab equipment using high speed interconnection networks. Different visualization techniques have been applied to the current simulation engines (based on Java and VRML). The goal of this project is to improve 3D visualization techniques based on VRML, XML and Java3D. The goal of this project is to improve the currently existing graphical environment enabling the users to easily visualize the simulation models in 3D worlds. This includes distributed execution via the Internet using a web-based interface. The activities will be carried out in the CFI Advanced Laboratory for Real-Time Simulation (ARS) and Carleton Immersive Media Studio lab (CIMS) This infrastructure consists of a high-performance computing platform (64 high speed processors linked with a very high speed interconnect) to support an advanced real-time simulation engine (including AD/ DA interfaces and graphics workstations for human interaction). It will involve linking the visualization tools available at CIMS with the ARS lab equipment using high speed interconnection networks.
  
-http://www.sce.carleton.ca/​faculty/​wainer/ars+http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/​ars 
  
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