In my research group, we are interested in using serious games for the purpose of training and education.
- Serious Games for training and education
- Immersive Technologies, including Virtual Reality, Eye-Tracking Technology
- Artificial Intelligence, including Supervised/Unsupervised Learning, Reinforcement Learning
- Mondays/Tuesdays 1-2pm on Zoom.
Prospective Graduate Students
- If you are interested in working with me, please email me your CV (email listed on department profile) and describe why you want to work with me.
- Do not include your birth date or passport/id number on your CV, but do include your education, GPA, programming languages, research and other experiences.
- Successful applicants who wish to work with me should show a strong interest in game or VR related research and have met the admission requirements. Ph.D. applicants should have published at least one paper in an area related to my research. I would be happy to answer your questions regarding my serious games research group.
- Our guaranteed funding package can be found here. We support Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Prospective Undergraduate Research Students
- Our summer research application can be found here. Deadline is in February each year.
- My Department of Computer Science Profile
- Researchers Active in Technical Games Research
- Academic Lineage: The Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Connect: LinkedIn, GitHub
- For undergraduates: Concentration in Computer Game Development
- Oct 12, 2020: Video Games, AI, and Why You Should Study Both
- Dec 19, 2018: National Science Foundation funds 2-year study of Behrend engineering teams
- Apr 17, 2020: Behrend professors use custom Zoom backgrounds to boost student engagement
- Apr 17, 2018: Game on: Students Make Connections at Conference
- Nov 14, 2017: Penn State Behrend gamers go the distance for good cause
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Computing Science, University of Alberta.
- Master of Science (M.Sc.), Computing Science, University of Alberta.
- Honours Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Computer Science - AI Specialization, University of Toronto.