Faculty and students in the College of Computing engage in ambitious computing and computation research at the frontier of advanced technology development.
As part of a leading, private research university, the college encourages all students, including undergraduates, to engage in research projects. You may find yourself pushing the boundaries of what we know in a variety of computing research areas either on campus with faculty, through summer programs, or at a nearby national research laboratory or company. College of Computing research includes opportunities in the following areas of innovation:
Computing Systems: How do we compute in a connected world?
Cybersecurity: How do we keep computing safe?
Machine Learning: How can we use data to make responsible decisions?
Software Development: How can we create code, apps, and web pages that provide solutions?
Manufacturing: How can we use computing to improve the processes that create for us all?
Finance: How does computing help us understand markets?
Mathematics: How can we model complex processes?