The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is noted for research and teaching excellence. Its internationally recognized faculty members are engaged in breakthrough research across the leading areas of computer science and engineering.
The department's graduates work at America's leading companies and governmental agencies and in other sectors. UTA's location in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex - one of the nation's two most influential technology corridors - and strong relationship with major technology companies such as Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Nokia, Sabre Holdings and Motorola provide students with outstanding opportunities for internships and jobs.
Our undergraduate CS, CpE and SE programs are ABET accredited.
August 1, 2014
Dr. Taylor Johnson is an Assistant Professor at the CSE Department. His research interests include cyber-physical systems: real-time, embedded control systems and software; hybrid and distributed systems; software engineering, formal methods, and verification; reliability and fault-tolerance; application areas including robotics, power and energy, aerospace.
Dr. Junzhou Huang and Dr. Feiping Nie received NSF Award to Study Computational Materials Genome.
Recent Computer Science and Engineering alumna Mahashweta Das earned Honorable Mention in the ACM SIGKDD Doctoral Dissertation Award 2014 for her PhD thesis titled 'Exploratory Mining of Collaborative Social Content.'
Dr. Heng Huang and Dr. Chris Ding have received NSF Award to Study Drosophila Gene Expression Patterns.
CSE Ph.D. Student Gustavo A. Puerto-Souza receives the Provost's Award, at the The Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students (ACES) symposium, for his work on Improving Surgical Precision by using Long Term Augmented Reality on Live Endoscopic Videos.
CSE Alumnus, Dr. Habib M. Ammari, receives the Distinguished Research Award, at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
CSE Alumnus Researcher, Giacomo Ghidini, creating system to help homeowners track their power usage, potentially lower their energy bills.