The SEER Lab aims to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for all students, staff and faculty. We pledge to follow the ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Standards which defines the ethical principles that guide our research as well our professional responsibilities. Diversity and inclusion are both values that underpin our lab culture as well as our day-to-day work and interactions.
Opportunities for New Students
Dr. Jeremy S. Bradbury is currently looking to supervise high-quality students under any of the following Ontario Tech University graduate programs:
Interested students are encouraged to consult the degree requirements for their preferred program and contact Dr. Bradbury for more information. We encourage applications from all interested students including women, racialized people, Indigenous peoples, LGBTQ2S+ people, and persons with disabilities.
Opportunities for Partnerships
Members of the SEER Lab are always interested in opportunities to collaborator with other research labs and industry partners. To discuss possible collaboration please contact Dr. Jeremy S. Bradbury