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The Game Development Research Group

The Game Development Research Group is the research arm of the Laboratory for Recreational Computing. Members conduct research into computational issues arising from problems in computer and video game development. The Director is Ian Parberry. Students can get credit for work in GDRG in Directed Studies or Special Topics classes as follows, although it is also possible to volunteer for projects without signing up for credit.
  1. Undergraduate: Directed Studies or Special Topics.
  2. Master's: Directed Studies, Special Topics, or Thesis.
  3. PhD: Directed Studies, Special Topics, Independent research, or Dissertation.

If you are interested in joining this research group, please contact Ian Parberry. But first, take a moment to watch the video below, and read some publications on game programming and procedural content generation so you'll know what you're getting into.

 

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