For more information please visit the Computer Engineering Program website.
A word from the program chair
It is my great pleasure to introduce you to the new graduate computer engineering program starting in fall 2011 at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University. The program has been designed to train the next generation of computer engineers – component manufacturers, system integrators and system innovators.
Students are not required to take GRE if they graduate from an ABET accredited program. Depending upon their inclination towards hardware or software, they can elect to be in either an electrical engineering concentration or computer systems concentration. In either case they will gain knowledge in tools and techniques for harnessing the richness of interaction between hardware and software – computation, communication, control and actuation – to develop the next generation of adaptive and intelligent cyberphysical systems to solve the emerging complex societal, health, security, transportation and energy problems.
Students will be assisted in their journey to becoming leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and educators in computer engineering by our world class faculty, research centers and labs. We have several NSF CAREER awardees and Fellows of various professional societies (IEEE, ACM, AAAI etc.) on our faculty. Thanks to several ongoing funded projects, we have substantial research fellowships for supporting graduate students. The students will benefit from ASU’s proximity to numerous computer systems engineering related industry e.g. Intel, Freescale, Honeywell and IBM.
For more information about our Computer Engineering program, please do not hesitate to contact me or our advising office.
Chair, Graduate Program in Computer Engineering
Professor, School of Computing, Informatics, Decision Systems Engineering
Director, IMPACT Lab
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ