The Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Student Advisory Board (CSEUGSAB) represents the department's student body and aids in organizing departmental events such as CSEdWeek and Open House.
Our research areas span artificial intelligence, systems, and theory; they are well-funded by federal, state, and industrial sources. Our faculty work in multi-disciplinary and newly emerging fields, such as bioinformatics, computer vision, machine learning, and robotics.
Our faculty average $4.5 million annually in external research awards. We were ranked 26th among 165 U.S. PhD-granting Computer Science Departments for annual research support, according to a recent survey conducted by the National Science Foundation.
Our faculty work with researchers in chemistry, the life sciences, the pharmaceutical sciences, media study, geographic information science, and other disciplines where an interface with computer science is increasingly central. Learn more about our collaborative research areas.