Since its founding in 1972, the Computer Science and Engineering Department has encompassed broad areas of intellectual discourse in informatics. Recently, our department has experienced rapid growth; undergraduate enrollment has doubled in the last four years and the number of doctoral students exceeds one hundred. Our accomplished and diverse faculty includes more than thirty full-time members with research and education expertise in traditional and emerging fields of computer science and engineering, including algorithms and complexity, bio and biomedical informatics, big data, computational science, cybersecurity, cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. With the increasing role that computers play in every area of science, engineering, and our society at large, our presence remains strong as we fulfill our mission of research, education, industrial and public outreach, and service to the profession.
Assistant Professor in Residence, Associate Dept. Head for Undergraduate Programs
Office: ITE 258
Phone: (860) 486-4857