The Ph.D. program in Computer Engineering provide post-master’s applicants the opportunity for study in a broad range of areas, many of which overlap with other disciplines within the College of Engineering and the University. Computer Engineering Ph.D. research scholar will pursue theoretical and empirical studies in a topic area determined by the interests of research scholars and faculty research advisor. External collaborations with industry and government laboratories are encouraged. Ph.D. research scholars are supported by the department to present their work at many key conferences around the world. The graduates go on to conduct independent basic or applied research, with careers in academia, industry and government.
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The Faculty of the Department of Computer Engineering are experts in numerous disciplines and are involved in following research areas:
To produce technically competent, innovative, self-motivated computer engineers, through the teaching – learning process and research with globally accepted standards, who shall be responsible towards society and the environment.
To develop graduates with competence, conscience and compassion who are prepared to excel in the field of computer engineering. To create an environment of excellence in both theoretical and practical aspects of computing. To encourage and strengthen innovative thinking and problem solving capability with emphasis on research and development with respect for the environment.