Explore our diverse programs
Just announced: Master’s Program in Robotics and Autonomous Systems
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 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
Biomarker detection, brain response characterization and outcome prediction for ASD
James Daniel, Ebenezer K. Hunt Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Yale University
In this talk, Duncan will discuss how using functional magnetic resonance imaging may carry promise for producing objective biomarkers for autism spectrum disorders form both resting-state and task-based fMRI as well as predicting patient response to a behavioral therapy known as Pivotal Response Treatment from baseline task-based fMRI.
Friday, February 7, 11 a.m.
Brickyard Artisan Courtyard (BYAC) 110, Tempe campus
Leading innovations in artificial intelligence, robotics and cybersecurity
Why do you love engineering? Hear what led ASU Engineering women, including CIDSE professor Andrea Richa, to pursue a career in engineering and learn what inspires them to bring more diversity to STEM careers.
Ten years ago, CIDSE professor Stephanie Forrest published a groundbreaking paper that looked to biological processes for ways to automate debugging in software. The award-winning paper has been cited more than 553 times!
CIDSE students participating in METEOR Studio are helping to design software and hardware systems and boosting the performance of experiential computing applications.
Assistant professor Mohamed Sarwat is building innovative scalable technologies capable of seamlessly connecting data collected from various internet of things devices.
Assistant professor Stephanie Gil is developing an algorithmic and mathematical framework to achieve better coordination and localization among fleets of robots.
Assistant professors Ruoyu “Fish” Wang and Yan Shoshitaishvili are working with a multi-university team to combine human and computer strengths for a collaborative approach to cybersecurity.