Student Supervision

I supervise many student theses at the undergraduate and masters level. I am currently interested in working with students who want to do thesis research related to one of the following questions:

Do we learn more when we attend lectures in person? If so, why?

What are the most important factors in an effective virtual team?

Is it possible to build a machine that can detect when your mind is wandering?

Is there an automated way to teach people soft skills?

Do people learn more when learning is enjoyable?

If you are interested in pursuing thesis research under my supervision, you are welcome to send me an email using my contact information provided. I cannot provide funding to support incoming master’s students, though I often have funding opportunities or research assistant positions for interested students who are already well into their studies.