BSc and MSci Projects


I do research into "designing in" security and other properties of systems using a combination of program analysis, algorithm design and formal specification. I like to think that this is important, fun, exciting and useful. A lot of people agree with me about those qualities.

For BSc (and even MSci) I think the project should be more fun and exciting and less obscure and purely technical. This is why I always try to find out what the student wants to do. In the past this has worked well (mostly) and a large proportion of my past students have managed distinction level projects. That being said, none of them have as yet won the project prize, but maybe that changes this year?

These are some projects I have supervised in the past:
My idea is to do something imaginative and challenging that you are interested in. I will expect you to do all the work and I won't be spelling it out to you step by step. If you want an easy time I am probably not the supervisor for you. But if you like a challenge and want a project you can be proud of on your CV, come and see me (preferably in office hours).

My motto:             We do the right project 4 U

david at dcs.kcl.ac.uk
David Clark

Last updated:  29 September 2009