Faculty members, undergraduates, and graduate students are integral to cutting-edge research under way not only in core computer science, but also in interdisciplinary areas. Our groundbreaking research is supported by agencies such as the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Army, Office of Naval Research, National Security Agency, IBM, and Google. See the latest Department SIGBITS issue for recent research happenings by faculty and students.
Faculty Research Interests
Our faculty have diverse research interests. Here is a table of interests and faculty doing work in those areas:
Many research groups exist within the department. These groups hold regular meetings of faculty, grad students and undergraduate students to discuss current research topics and results. Departmental research groups include Applied Logic and Security (ALAS), Database Systems Research Group (DSRG), Performance Evaluation and Distributed Systems (PEDS) and the Tutor Research Group (TRG). Visit faculty member profiles to learn more about the research groups that individual faculty are involved in as well as when these research groups meet.
Making Sense of Data Streams in Real Time
Elke Rundensteiner, professor of computer science, is developing novel techniques for extracting information from large-scale distributed databases in real time. Her work makes it possible to find meaning in enormous volumes of constantly changing data.