Joining the Rosie Lab
We currently do not have any open positions for M.Sc. or Ph.D. candidates.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Feel free to apply even if you do not meet requirements or see current postings, we will do our best to match you with projects as they come. If you are interested in a particular posting please note that in the application form.
Our volunteer postings are recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official university document that tracks your co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record at www.sfu.ca/students/get-involved/recognition/co-curricular-record.
Emotion Detection Using the Context of an Image
We are currently building a dataset for our work in contextual emotion detection. We will need several students to help with the project, please apply through the application form.
Preview and test past projects here
More examples of projects that undergraduates have worked on:
Investigating the Role of Culture on Negative Emotion Expressions in the Wild - Data Science Research Volunteer: Developing visualizations for paper https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnint.2021.699667/full
The SFU-Store-Nav 3D Virtual Human Platform for Human-Aware Robotics -CMPT 415 Special Research Project: Converting dataset to 3D, benchmarking human motion prediction algorithms, writing research paper https://github.com/bronwynbiro/human_body_prior
General Info For Undergrads
If you are an undergraduate studying Computing Science, Cognitive Science, Psychology, Statistics or related program at SFU or any Canadian university, we may have undergraduate research opportunities available for you. Possibilities include:
CMPT 415/416 - Special Research Project
CMPT 498 - Honours Research Project
CMPT 494/495 - SoSy Capstone Project (open to all CS majors)
NSERC/VPR Undergraduate Student Research Award
More information about these opportunities can be found here or by speaking to an advisor.
You hold a minimum 3.5 CGPA
You are experienced in C++, Python, or web/Android programming
You have excellent written and oral communication skills
You have demonstrated leadership experience in the university or larger community
Recommended: You have received an A or better in a machine learning, data science or psychology course, preferably in CMPT 419 Affective Computing
The Rosie lab is continually accepting RA applications, however, here are a few dates to keep in mind:
January 15: NSERC/VPR USRA program
March 15: For Summer term
July 15: For Fall term
November 15: For Spring term
For SFU undergrads, you can subscribe to our mailing list rosie-lablet at https://maillist.sfu.ca to hear about opportunities as they arise.