Join Us

Joining the Rosie Lab

Graduate Students

We currently do not have any open positions for M.Sc. or Ph.D. candidates.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

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.

Your profile

  • 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

Timeline

Intake happens 4 times a year, during the USRA application period and course enrolment periods each term:

  • January 15: NSERC/VPR USRA program

  • March 15: For Summer term

  • July 15: For Fall term

  • November 15: For Spring term

If you think you fit the profile described above, please reach out to Dr. Lim at angelica@sfu.ca with your unofficial transcript, resume and a short description of your interest in the Rosie Lab.

For SFU undergrads, you can subscribe to our mailing list rosie-lablet at https://maillist.sfu.ca to hear about opportunities as they arise.

Sample Projects

Here are a few examples of projects that undergraduates have worked on: