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Faculty expertise in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering expands several areas of research. Major areas of research include algorithms, automata theory, artificial intelligence, communication networks, combinatorial geometry, computational geometry, computer architectures, computer graphics, distributed computing, high performance computing, graph theory, Internet, operating systems, parallel processing, simulation and software engineering.

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Computer Science (CS) Faculty

  • Gita Alaghband
    Parallel processing, parallel algorithms, parallel languages, performance measurement
  • Tom Altman
    Theory, algorithms
  • Farnoush Banaei-Kashani
    Big data management and mining, database systems, data-driven decision-making systems
  • John Bennett
    Human-Centered Design and Innovation, Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICTD)
  • Bogdan Chlebus
    Algorithms for discrete problems, distributed and parallel computing, communication networks
  • Min-Hyung Choi
    Computer graphics, virtual reality, human computer
  • Ellen Gethner
    Graph theory and graph algorithms, combinatorial, discrete, and computational geometry
  • Ilkyeun Ra
    High performance parallel and distributed systems, high speed data communication systems
  • Boris Stilman
    AI, linguistic geometry, software engineering
  • Tam Vu
    Pervasive and mobile systems, including context discovery, context-aware wearable devices, and privacy protection for mobile systems

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