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Title: Spring 2011 CIS 4911 Senior Project

Spring 2011 CIS 4911 Senior Project
  • Catalog Description Students work on faculty
    supervised projects in teams of up to 5 members
    to design and implement solutions to problems
    utilizing knowledge obtained across the spectrum
    of Computer Science courses.
  • Written Reports 4 (S/w Eng. Projects - Project
    Plan Document, Requirements Document, Design
    Document, Final Project Document)
  • Oral Presentations Between 3 and 5, average 15
    minutes each

Spring 2011 CIS 4911 Senior Project
  • Guidelines for the Student
  • Meet with the Academic Adivsor/Senior Project
    Coordinator by the 4th week of the prior
    semester, to obtain permission to register for
    the course.
  • Meet with the Mentors/Clients and discuss
    potential projects during the prior semester.

Spring 2011 CIS 4911 Senior Project
  • During the senior project semester, the student
    must schedule appointments with the Mentor/Client
    in order to produce the project deliverables in a
    timely manner.
  • All the teams assigned by Friday Dec. 3rd.
  • Visit http//users.cis.fiu.edu/clarkep/seniorproj
    ect/ for updates

Comparative Genomics Database
  • Prof. Giri Narasimhan, Bioinformatics Research
  • Email giri_at_cs.fiu.edu
  • Build a genomic database to achieve the
  • Store and retrieve comprehensive information over
  • Provide user-interface for non-experts to make
    complex queries
  • Provide ways to use existing bioinformatics
    visualization tools
  • Skills Required
  • Databases and internet programming
  • Healthy curiosity

  • Dr. Ming Zhao
  • Office ECS 363, 305-384-2034
  • Email ming_at_cs.fiu.edu
  • Web http//visa.cis.fiu.edu/ming
  • Project vMoodle
  • Develop a virtual machine based online learning
    system using current technologies
  • Study the research challenges to the scalability
    of such systems
  • Required expertise
  • C, Java, or PHP programming
  • Experience with virtual machines

Stop Caller ID Spoofing
  • Easy to spoof caller IDs with VoIP
  • Easy access to caller ID spoofing service
  • Use certificates to authenticate caller IDs
  • Similar to prevention of Web phishing
  • Implement authentication protocol based on open
    source VoIP software
  • Advisor Dr. Deng Pan
  • Contact pand_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • Required Expertise
  • C programing on Linux
  • VoIP SIP protocol
  • Digital certificates

Environment for Software Architecture Modeling
  • This project involves the development of an
    environment for a software architecture modeling
    framework called SAM.
  • The top level GUI for SAM. Needs functionality
    such as zoom in zoom out to facilitate users
    modeling process. Besides, a Petri net checker
    has to be implemented to check the completeness
    of the modeling process.
  • Advisor Dr. Xudong He
  • Contact hex_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • Required Expertise
  • Java programming
  • Knowledge of GUI libraries
  • Knowledge of XML

User Controlled Subliminal Display
  • This is a Linux based (Ubuntu desktop) open
    source project. It requires a customized video
    buffer configuration to display a user specified
    subliminal image at selected interval times with
    low refresh rate.
  • A GUI interface needs to be developed to
    customize the configurations settings and to
    synthesize subliminal images.
  • Advisor Dr. Nagarajan Prabakar
  • Contact prabakar_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • Required Expertise
  • Unix/Linux basic skills
  • X configuration
  • Linux GUI libraries

Virtual Labs
  • Dr. Masoud Sadjadi
  • Office ECS 212 C, 305-384-1835
  • Email sadjadi_at_cs.fiu.edu
  • Web http//www.cis.fiu.edu/sadjadi/
  • Project Virtual Labs
  • Contribute in the requirement analysis, design,
    and development of virtual labs using Moodle and
    Virtual Machine technologies.
  • Different topics defining and monitoring virtual
    environments, flexible scheduling, fair resource
    sharing, scalable design to accommodate students
    in several classes, provisioning and deployment
    of virtual environment in the Cloud, etc.
  • Required expertise
  • Formal training in Software Engineering
  • Experience in developing code in Java and PHP
  • Experience with virtual machines
  • Familiarity with Moodle and Web services is a plus

Interactive Network Experiment
  • Prof. Jason Liu, Modeling and Networking Systems
    Research Group (www.primessf.net)
  • Develop an interactive simulation framework to
    visualize the dynamic state of a virtual network
  • Efficiently retrieve network state in real time
  • Provide user interface to visualize the network
    state in real time
  • Skills Required
  • Java and C/C Programming
  • UNIX environment
  • Complex software packages (GUI and DBMS)

2011 Open Health Tools Academic Challenge
  • Development of an open source software
    application that includes the ability for a
    consumer to submit home medical device data from
    home to an instance of CONNECT (database).
    Demonstrate the ability to view the home medical
    device data through an innovative consumer GUI on
    the consumer device used to submit the data.
  • Advisor Dr. Peter Clarke
  • Contact clarkep_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • Required Expertise
  • Java programming
  • Knowledge of XML
  • Medical device interfaces
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