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CCV Students



CCV Students

Tessa, a junior in computer engineering, is working on a suite of related projects comprising ultra high quality real-time video, network based large tiled video walls, head-mounted devices, and remote augmented reality.
Sam (right), a sophomore in computer science, is working on a Rhode Island STAC grant awarded to CCV on "Bringing Planktonic Holograms to Life". He is helping refine the software that locates images.
Bessie, a sophomore in computer science, is working on software for doctors at RI Hospital using the Hololens. This project will allow doctors and patients to view the same data simultaneously via augmented reality headsets.
Heather, a masters student in computer science, is working on software for running the YURT infrastructure including security, logging, and feedback.

Palak, a sophomore in computer science, along with Heather, is working on infrastructure software for the YURT. This includes developing systems that run the kiosk, security, and remote control via a tablet.
Purvi, a sophomore in computer science, is helping develop the Writing3D project of Professor John Cayley, Literary Arts. She is currently working on integrating a sound server into the software.
Abdul, a senior concentrating in computer engineering, assists our full-time staff with software installs, compiling, documentation, system testing, and usage stats.
Harrison, a senior concentrating in computer science, assists our full-time staff with software installs, compiling, documentation, system testing, and usage stats.
Yazen, a sophomore concentrating in applied math and computer science, assists our full-time staff with software installs, compiling, documentation, system testing, and usage stats. Full-time HPC Application Specialist, Mukul (right), offers guidance.
Logan is working on 3D modeling of the Brown campus. From taking high resolution photographs of bricks and architectural features to creating 3D models of the buildings, the results will allow a very immersive and realistic tour of the campus in the virtual reality YURT at CCV.
Heather (right) is a Masters student in computer science and Martha is an undergraduate student concentrating in computer science. Together they are working on adapting web technologies such as WebGL, javascript, and 3js to use in the virtual reality theater, the YURT.

CCV Alumni

Cecilia, an upcoming Masters student in computer science, is working on 3D modeling of the Brown campus. From taking high resolution photographs of bricks and architectural features to creating 3D models of the buildings, the results will allow a very immersive and realistic tour of the campus in the virtual reality YURT at CCV.
Hongkai (George), a Brown Master's student in Computer Science, assists our full-time staff with software installs, documentation conversion, system testing, module usage statistics, and helping users get the most out of CCV's HPC system. Now at Google.
Kartik, a Brown Master's student in Computer Science, is working on real-time video transport and display technologies for high bandwidth, high resolution interactive video systems. Now interning at HP.
Michael Perez, a computer science student intern from CCRI-URI, wrote software for VR trackers and the Oculus Rift using Blender and python scripting. He also helped set up computer systems and video cameras for network research. Now at RIT.
Chen, a Brown Master's student in Computer Engineering, assists our full-time staff by installing software, updating documentation, testing software, and extracting data from the High Performance Computing system, OSCAR. Now at Oracle.