The program begins with eight weeks of intensive work during the summer of 1995 and continues through the academic year 1995-96. Up to five undergraduates will be selected to participate. Each will have a DIMACS faculty member as a supervisor. Research topics this year will include computational biology, combinatorial optimization, combinatorics, computational geometry/graphics, and computational group theory. The timing of the eight-week summer work period is to be arranged by the student and supervisor, during June - August, 1995. Pending NSF approval of funding, the program will provide each student with a stipend which includes summer living expenses and travel.
Applicants should be undergraduates with a major in Computer Science, Mathematics, or a closely related field. They should be current juniors (graduating in 1996), although sophomores with exceptionally strong backgrounds will be considered. Preference will be given to students who will continue their research projects during the academic year, under the direction of either their supervisor or a faculty member from their home institution. Women, minorities, and disabled students are encouraged to apply.
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