Computer Science & Information Systems Research

Motivated students in our program often find opportunities to work directly with their professors on research projects. Gain valuable skills and experience while building your resume for your career and applications for graduate and professional school!  

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (UROP)

UROP allows undergraduate students to earn stipends of up to $500 per funding cycle while completing research with their faculty. 

Learn more about the UROP application process.

SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE (SURE)

Similar to UROP, SURE provides an outlet for undergraduate students to take part in hands-on research with their professors while earning a stipend over the spring & summer semesters. 

Learn more about SURE. 

Graduate Student Research Assistantship (GSRA)

The Graduate Student Research Assistantship (GSRA) program at the University of Michigan-Flint is a vehicle to provide financial support for the academically-related research activities of active UM-Flint graduate students. Click to learn more about qualifying and applying.

Computer Science & Information Systems Research

Dr. Bisgin uses artificial intelligence to study diseases, food contamination

Halil Bisgin uses his expertise in artificial intelligence and data mining to make an impact in many fields, from healthcare to food safety. Read more about his collaborations with Beaumont Health System and the Food & Drug Administration. 

LAB FOR ADVANCED NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS (L.A.N.S.)

The Lab for Advanced Networks and Systems (LANS) Research Group, led by Suleyman Uludag in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Michigan-Flint , pursues research in the general area of computer network systems.

Data Management Research Group

The Data Management Research Group at UM-Flint, led by Murali Mani of the Department of Computer Science, pursues research in the area of database management systems.

Intelligent Systems Research Group

The Intelligent Systems Research Group at UM-Flint pursues research in the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Controlled Systems. Our goals are to promote the advancement of the theory and applications of AI. Faculty members are: Amal Alhosban, Zahid Syed, and Mark Allison.