CAMCOS Group Spring 2007

What is CAMCOS?

CAMCOS is a student research program in the Department of Mathematics at San Josť State University (SJSU). Our goal is to give SJSU students the experience of working on a real-world problem in the applied mathematical sciences. We are therefore looking for local businesses and government agencies to sponsor student teams that will investigate problems arising from their work.

Each sponsor supplies a problem or topic in which it is interested, and provides modest financial support for a team of undergraduate and graduate students to work on the problem, supervised by a faculty member and a graduate student team leader. The sponsor also supplies a liaison person, who will help clarify aspects of the problem, supply sample data, etc., as work proceeds. At the end of the project, the team presents its results orally, in a public forum, and then presents a more detailed written report to the sponsor.

Benefits of the program

Students get valuable experience with the world of industry and with doing independent work, as well as contact with potential employers. Sponsors get useful research done on their problems, and they also get the opportunity to see, first-hand, the work of some good students and potential employees before they graduate.

For more on CAMCOS

See our informational brochure.


Spring 2015 projects

CAMCOS Reports Day
Spring 2015

Titles: DRIVE : Digital Recognition of Image and Video Elements (math team)

FPGA-Based Real-Time Stereo Vision System with Improved SGM Path Cost Propagation (EE team 1)

Design and Implementation of SIFT on FPGA for Autonomous Vehicle Vision Applications (EE team 2)

Supervisors: Professors Roger Dodd and
Chang Choo

Slides from recent presentations:
Fall 2010, Fall 2009, Spring 2009

Slobodan Simić • Director •  Voice mail:  (408) 924-7485

Center for Applied Mathematics, Computation and Statistics
 Department of Mathematics • San Jose State University • One Washington Square • San Jose, CA 95192-0103
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