CEAS is one of the youngest and most vibrant engineering and computer science schools in the United States. Our faculty members are engaged in research activities that are at the forefront of the technologies that shape the world around us. Our approaches are innovative, multidisciplinary, and bold, a result of being a young school not saddled by the burdens of legacy. As part of a comprehensive, research-intensive, and diverse educational institution, many of our research projects draw from across the university to bring forth solutions to truly important and pressing societal problems. For more about faculty research, including specific areas of research and ongoing projects, please visit our RESEARCH page.
Ekenna’s Research Tackles Robotics, Mathematics and Malaria
Assistant Professor Chinwe Ekenna is an active researcher who is also focused on fostering opportunities, particularly for young women, in STEM fields — as a mentor and advocate for equity and inclusiveness in the workplace, life and learning environments.
UAlbany Alumni Association Town Hall with Dean Kim Boyer
CEAS Dean Kim Boyer discusses latest developments in one of UAlbany's most exciting colleges. He is joined by Electrical and Computer Engineering alum and current Purdue doctoral student Ian Walter '20.
CEAS Faculty Garner CAREER Awards for Advancing Online Education and Cybersecurity
At UAlbany’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS), two faculty members have joined the esteemed ranks of CAREER Award winners, as they lead projects aimed at improving and securing online learning environments: Assistant professors of Computer Science Amirreza Masoumzadeh and Shaghayegh (Sherry) Sahebi. With their respective grants, CEAS now has seen eight faculty members receive CAREER awards, including researchers in Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering.
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UAlbany Faculty Keep Internationalization at the Forefront
Despite the restrictions of the pandemic, University at Albany faculty are finding creative ways to work with valued international partners to further UAlbany’s strategic goal of internationalization.