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CS&E has 51 faculty members who provide leadership and expertise to our 600 undergraduate majors, and nearly 400 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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Self-driving campus shuttles? Maybe. CS&E Professor Zhi-Li Zhang and a team of U of M researchers are leading an effort to study autonomous vehicles to create smarter and more connected cities.

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The Department of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is hiring to fill multiple tenure-track positions at the assistant professor level, although higher levels of appointments may be considered when commensurate with experience and accomplishments.... Read more »

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The Department of Computer Science & Engineering is excited to announce the launch of the integrated Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree program. This program is exclusively available to students officially admitted to CSE and CLA Computer Science major programs and the CSE Computer Engineering...

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On November 3, 20 teams from universities in the upper Midwest will converge on Keller Hall to compete in the ACM North Central North America Regional Programming Contest (NCNA).

Not only will teams spend all day competing for “bragging rights” as top collegiate programmers, but if their...

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Join us in welcoming new assistant professors Favonia, Feng Qian, Evan Suma Rosenberg, and Steven Wu to the 2018-19 academic year. Their research specialties span a wide range of topics—everything from software engineering and programming languages, to robotics and AI, to distributed systems and...

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Ph.D. student Nick Heller has been selected to receive the Minnesota ARCS Scholar Award for the academic years of 2018-2020 within the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The award is made to graduate-level scholars who have high scholastic records and proven abilities in their...

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