What is the ambitious goal of the Digital Humanities?
Students from technical and non-technical fields will work together to use computer vision, machine learning, and image processing to do research in the Humanities. Projects vary by semester, but include reading historical documents, inferring print type, and converting printed sheet music.
Working on an interdisciplinary project, application of machine learning and image processing tools
Methodologies and/or Technologies used to achieve project goals:
- case studies
- participant/study observations
- qualitative research methods
- quantitative research methods
- data entry and analysis
Majors and Interests Needed
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineer
VIP Coach Information
Dr. Elisa Barney Smith joined the faculty at Boise State University in September 1999. Her research focuses on image processing and machine learning.
Dr. Barney Smith is a member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and SPIE (Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers). She was chair of the Boise section of IEEE from 2000-2003, and chair of Region 6’s North-East Area from 2009-2013.
Contact: email@example.com :MEC 202C 208-426-2214
Full semester course.
Choose to enroll in 1 or 2 credits in VIP 200, VIP 400, or VIP 500
Team meetings TBD by participants.
Want to join the team?
For more information about this project and to request a permission number to register contact Dr. Elisa Barney Smith firstname.lastname@example.org complete this interest form and someone will contact you. Check out this document for tips on contact a professor.
To register: search by Subject: Vertically Integrated Projects, select section 024 of VIP 200, 400, or 500. Use permission number, here are instructions Add with a permission number