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New PhD program in Data Science, Analytics and Engineering is accepting applications for Fall 2021
Our programs in computer science support the evolution of the computing and informatics disciplines, and the integration of computer and information sciences with other disciplines such as biology, geography, anthropology, public health, urban planning and mathematics.
The data science, analytics and engineering program focuses on development of new systems and algorithms for collecting, cleaning, storing, valuing, aggregating, fusing, summarizing, managing and drawing inferences from high dimension, high volume, heterogenous data streams.
Degrees offered: PhD
The engineering management program is designed to provide the graduate with the competencies for effective management and leadership of engineering-driven enterprises. The curriculum provides a breadth of engineering science and design with depth in one specific engineering area suitable for practice.
Degrees offered: BSE
Our industrial engineering programs concentrate on the design, operation and improvement of the systems required to meet societal needs for products and services. The program combines knowledge from the physical, mathematical and social sciences to help design efficient manufacturing and service systems that integrate people, equipment and information.
The discipline of informatics makes connections between the work people do and technology that can support that work. It combines aspects of software engineering, human-computer interaction, decision theory, organizational behavior and information technology.
Degrees offered: BSE
The artificial intelligence concentration of robotics and autonomous systems focuses on the algorithmic aspects of robotics, including statistical machine learning, computer vision, natural language processing, knowledge retrieval and reasoning, and formal methods of planning.
Degrees offered: MS
Understanding Event Processes in Natural Language
Muhao Chen, University of Southern California
Monday, March 8, 4:30 p.m.
Novel Supply Chain Network Models Inspired by the COVID-19 Pandemic – From Optimization to Game Theory
John F. Smith Memorial Professor Anna Nagurney, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Thursday, March 11, 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET
Design of COVID-19 Staged Alert Systems to Ensure Healthcare Capacity with Minimal Closures
Sachs Professor and Department Chair Dave Morton, Northwestern University
Thursday, March 25, 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET
Leading innovations in artificial intelligence, robotics and cybersecurity
The program is designed to develop the next generation of data scientists that will advance the state-of-the-art in data analytics and data engineering.
Janani Anand, a software engineering graduate student, spent her summer interning with Hewlett-Packard and won an HP Intern-Stellar award for her project on Wi-Fi signature profiling.
ASU’s Make Programming Simple Lab has developed the first algorithm enabling autonomous vehicles to safely navigate intersections in real-world conditions. This innovation accelerates the shift from human-driven cars to fully automated transit.
Siddharth Srivastava is developing intelligent robots and software agents that assist people in their daily lives. His innovative research focuses on formal frameworks, algorithms and implementations that allow autonomous agents to reason and act reliably and efficiently in real-world conditions.
A new partnership supports ASU faculty projects for innovating people-centric smart cities of the future, from sustainable building materials, the urban heat island and air quality to assistance for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers.
Computer science alums Dhantin Kumar and Kaan Aksoy developed Quaranteam, a website for computer science students, professionals and enthusiasts to join or create projects to develop their skills and network with peers around the world.