Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship Program

"android app for object counting"

About the Project

Project Time & Type:
Fall 2015 - DURI
Research area(s):
mechanical eng, computer science
Project Description:
Applied Optics lab at Purdue Mechanical Engineering is seeking an undergraduate student who has experience with android (Best) or iOS (2nd best) coding experience. We are targeting to develop an app to fit the need of the research in my area
Expected Student Contributions:
Student will be working with my graduate student by implementing the proven algorithm that AO lab developed (mostly in Matlab). The effectiveness will be compared between two modalities. The student will work on the app development part of the whole project of food safety. The overall project collaborates with microbiologist, engineer, and programmer. While the detection system and analysis algorithm is being developed we need a programmer who can translate this work into the smartphone app.
Related Website(s):
engineering.purdue.edu/AOLAB
Desired Qualifications:
GPA 3.0 above Eng or Computer science background Prior app development experience is preferred (mostly working with camera API)
Estimated Weekly Hours:
10
Department awards independent research credits for this project?
No

Professor in Charge

Name:
Bae, Euiwon
Deptartment/College:
mechanical engineering

Student Supervisor

Name:
Euiwon Bae
Title:
Senior research scientists

Cooperating Faculty

Name:
J. Paul Robinson
Deptartment/College:
BME