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CS&E has 59 faculty members who provide leadership and expertise to our 1600 undergraduate majors, and over 450 graduate students.

Our faculty members are highly productive educators and researchers. They are international leaders in their respective fields and authors of widely used software and textbooks. The distinction of our faculty locally and worldwide is confirmed by their long list of awards and honors in research and teaching.

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Knights, Gohl and Beckman are the inventors behind CoreBiome, a University startup launched in 2017 that analyzes communities of microbes for human health, agricultural and environmental applications.

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering has updated the modality of courses officially in the registration system. You can find the changes to courses you’re enrolled in or interested in taking on Schedule... Read more »

The University of Minnesota and the Department of Computer Science & Engineering are closely monitoring the emerging public health concern involving the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). This space provides the latest updates and information for CS&E faculty, staff, and students.

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The Department of Computer Science and Engineering has selected 35 undergraduate students to receive scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Each spring, the department awards scholarships that recognize merit amongst its undergraduates and are also intended to enable them to...

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Professor Zhi-Li Zhang has received a prestigious Amazon Web Services (AWS) Machine Learning Research Award. His research proposal, "Universal Graph Embedding Neural Networks for Learning Graph-Structured Data" is one of 28...

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Professor Chad Myers

Whole genome duplication followed by massive gene loss has shaped many genomes, including the human genome. Why some gene duplicates are retained while most perish has puzzled scientists for decades.

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3D printing on porcine lung

In groundbreaking new research, mechanical engineers and computer scientists at the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D printing technique that uses motion capture technology, similar to that used in Hollywood movies, to print electronic sensors directly on organs that are expanding and...

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