Current URI Undergraduates#
Dr. Brown can supervise research for you to get experience to decide if you want to go to graduate school, for project credit (CSC499,491), and occaionally with funding.
If you are interested, please read the website to learn about the work and submit this form just for current URI students. The form notifies Dr. Brown by e-mail and allows you to book a meeting.
Current URI Graduate Students#
Ideally, you should take a graduate level course with Dr. Brown in your first year at URI. If you are admitted without credit for a Machine Learning course, take CSC461 in your first fall.
Please read the website to learn about the work and submit this form just for current URI students. The form notifies Dr. Brown by e-mail and allows you to book a meeting.
Prospective Graduate Students#
Graduate students in our lab are in the URI Computer Science MS or PhD program, if you apply to this program, Dr. Brown will see your application. To be considered, mention the lab name and why you want to do research aligned with the lab’s research goals in your personal statement.
URI CS Graduate Programs do not use GRE scores, if you send an e-mail that includes them it will not be considered.
Dr. Brown gets many inquiries from prospective students. To make your e-mail stick out, be sure to mention how your interested align with the labs goals and make it easy to find. To make your e-mail easy to find, use the subject, “Prospective ML4STS Lab member - <MS/PhD>” with the appropriate degree based on what you are applying to and send your e-mail to
email@example.com. Other inquiries may not be addressed.
Currently, Dr. Brown mostly does not have capacity to supervise people outside of the roles above. If you are interested in double checking, however, send an e-mail to