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.
Perseverance on Target for Mars Landing
After having traveled nearly 292.5 million miles, NASA’s Perseverance spacecraft is just about set to touch down on Mars. UAlbany faculty researchers share in the excitement that is the culmination of a seven-month trip from Earth and nearly eight years of planning.
Space-Borne Remote Sensing and a New Age of Discovery
A lecture explores remote sensing and a new age of discovery
5 Questions with Faculty: Jeffrey Braunstein
Jeffrey Braunstein is the newest faculty member to join UAlbany's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Robots and the Future of Construction
Can an army of robots be deployed to form the bridges and tunnels of the future? Read how Weifu Wang's new project could help the U.S. in a number of ways. (Pictured: Weifu Wang, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
A Closer Look at Deep Tissue Imaging
Researchers from UAlbany and UC Irvine are collaborating on a project that will allow for better noninvasive deep tissue imaging. (Pictured: Petko Bogdanov, associate professor of Computer Science)