At Wheaton, students are busy performing sentiment analysis on large groups of texts, building mobile apps for others, hiding surfaces in OpenGL, learning Unity’s game engine, applying machine learning to strings of DNA or Anglo-Saxon text, deploying voice-activated Kiosks, playing system admin on their own server, and working with sets of toys = {drones, 3D printers, laser cutters, motion-capture and eye-tracking glasses, and a programmable loom}.

Wheaton’s 11 to 1 student-faculty ratio, on-campus help finding intern experiences, and Wheaton’s curriculum highlighting connections among the traditional disciplines provide unique opportunities for undergraduates to do research in computing.

You can learn more about potential research opportunities with our faculty below:

Professor Gagne’s Research

Automated verification of cryptographic protocols, Pairing-based cryptography

Professor LeBlanc’s Research

Textmining with Lexomics,   Bioinformatics and Genomics

Professor Tong’s Research

Parallel and distributed systems, high-performance computing