The Computer Science Department's highly research-active faculty encourages undergraduate students to be involved in their research work. Research opportunities focus both on fundamental research in theory of computation, computer networks, computer vision, data mining, software engineering, artificial intelligence and robotics, as well as projects of practical socio-economic significance, such as building systems to communicate relevant information to farmers, designing mapping solutions for rural areas and building record keeping solutions for the judicial system.
- Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
- Computer Vision
- Knowledge and Data Engineering Lab
- Neighborhood of Emerging World Technologies
- Networks and Communications Lab
- Software Engineering
The world-class, research-active faculty in the EE department is involved in solving critical issues pertaining to a wide range of subjects such as communication technologies, power systems, embedded microelectronics, optics, VLSI design and control systems. Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level have the opportunity to interact closely with faculty and learn to conduct research and contribute to the frontiers of knowledge.