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.
A UAlbany Summer: NASA Technologist
An Electrical and Computer Engineering PhD student is spending this summer working as a visiting technologist for NASA, part of a prestigious fellowship program awarded to fewer than 60 people per year who show significant potential to contribute to NASA’s goal of creating innovative new space technologies.
CTG UAlbany Partners with New York State on Water Quality Data Analytics
Center for Technology in Government has helped New York's Department of Environmental Conservation develop a Water Quality Data Analytics prototype, which will allow them to compile, process and manage water quality information.
Jahnavi Bonagiri: Bridging the Digital Divide
Computer Science student Jahnavi Bonagiri is interning with the Community Impact Team at the United Way, where she is exploring ways to combat the digital divide among communities in need.
Experts Advisory: Cyberattack Shuts Down Another Critical Industry
Computer Science professors Pradeep Atrey and Amir Masoumzadeh among UAlbany cybersecurity experts who can speak to recent cyberattacks devised to cripple critical industries and infrastructures.
Engineering Students Present Senior Capstone Projects
CEAS graduating seniors presented on their year-long capstone design experience, where teams of students propose, design, build, test, demonstrate, present and fully document a working prototype of a sophisticated electronic system.