The Glazier group has a number of opportunities for undergraduate research--we are currently working on developing a variety of COVID-related models of infection and immune response in individuals using both CompuCell3D (spatial models) and Tellurium (dynamic network models). Both of these projects have room for undergraduate participation for students interested in computational bioengineering. We develop the CompuCell3D simulation environment and the Mechanica simulation environment. Students with a more computer-engineering focus could participate in developing components for these packages. We are specifically interested in taking models and deploying them as nanoHUB tools, which provides another opportunity for undergraduate research. I encourage students interested in these opportunities to enroll in my ENG340 course being offered this fall, which will provide important background for these projects.
Department: Intelligent Systems Engineering
Supervising Faculty: James Glazier
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