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Computer Science

Graduate Research and Projects


A requirement of Central Washington University's Computational Science Masters program is that each student complete a rigorous, independent project or a thesis. Students can ask any three faculty on campus to serve on their committee, as long as one of the committee members is a faculty member from the Department of Computer Science.

Sample of Student Projects and Theses

Sanjita Timilsina, Graduated Winter 2017
Time Series Analysis
Committee Chair: Razvan Andonie

Gabriel Ratener
, Graduated Winter 2017
Bizubee - The World's Most Intense Programming Language
Committee Chair: Razvan Andonie

Abdul Anwar, Graduated Fall 2016
Lossless Multidimensional Data Visualization
Committee Chair: Boris Kovalerchuk


Joseph Lemley
, Graduated Spring 2016
Applications of Computational Geometry and Computer Vision
Committee Chair: Razvan Andonie

James Tunnell
, Graduated Spring 2015
Modeling software projects as discrete dynamical systems, to develop a model for software defect production
Committee Chair: John Anvik

James Smigaj
, Graduated Summer 2014
Improving the Capacity and Accuracy of a PDF Modeling Software Application
Committee Chairs: John Anvik and Yvonne Chueh

Kurt Boberg
, Graduated Spring 2014
Directed Graph Cryptosystems
Committee Chair: Dominic Klyve


Emaad Shah
, Graduated Spring 2014
Detecting Fraudulent Advertisements Using Neural Networks
Committee Chair: John Anvik

Garret Bolton
, Graduated Winter 2014
Computing Mountain Passes Using Mathematica
Committee Chair: Filip Jagodzinski


Kathy Moore
, Graduated Summer 2013
Messier Marathon Scheduler
Committee Chair: Filip Jagodzinski

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