Active Research

Visionary research that transforms lives

The School of Computing and Information is part of a major research university with faculty members known for their scholarly contributions. Working in an interdisciplinary environment that fosters intellectual curiosity, scientists and scholars conduct cutting-edge research that leads to innovations and new ways of thinking that make a meaningful impact on society.

Some of the current research being conducted includes:
  • Archives and Archival Studies
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Architecture and Networking
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Data Science
  • Data Stewardships
  • Energy-Efficient Computing
  • Human Computer Interaction and Visualization
  • Internet of Things
  • Library Studies
  • Networking, Network Science, and Resilience
  • Next Gen Health Systems
  • New Pedagogies
  • Personalized Healthcare
  • Personalized Learning and Education
  • Security and Privacy
  • Social Computing and Information Culture
  • Specialized Training and Education
  • Sports Analytics
  • Smart Cities
  • Sustainable Urban Growth

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Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate students can participate in various research projects tackling a range of topics with SCI faculty. The list of faculty currently accepting undergraduate students for research projects is available here.

If you are a faculty member who wants undergraduate students to participate in your research project, please fill out this form to be added to the list.