Welcome to the CS Graduate Program!
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Our graduate curriculum (Ph.D. / MS ) prepares students for research and teaching. Regular courses are complemented with seminar courses, which allow students to investigate areas on the cutting edge of research. Multidisciplinary activities that strengthen the impact of computation in other disciplines play an essential role.
For the MS program applicants can choose the course delivery: On Campus or Distance. The latter provides working professionals an opportunity to earn a non-thesis MS in CS via distance learning. This Master's program is for individuals with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Engineering.
The graduate faculty consists of 50 members committed to experimental as well as theoretical research.Research Areas
- Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
- Computational Science and Engineering
- Data Mining
- Distributed Systems
- Graphics and Visualization
- Information Retrieval
- Information Security and Assurance
- Machine Learning
- Networking and Operating Systems
- Programming Languages and Compilers
- Software Engineering
- Theory of Computing and Algorithms
The department and its research groups are committed to providing state-of-the-art computing facilities for research and instrucional use.
- Access to the NSF TeraGrid
- 3D graphics and high resolution displays
- Gigabit wired connections, as well as wireless and mobile networks
- Multiple compute clusters
- Workstations with 60 terabytes of storage capability
- Solaris, Linux, Mac OS X and Windows XP
The facilities' staff provides top quality support for students, faculty and staff. Direct access to the university's research facilities is available through Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP).
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Last Updated: March 06, 2013 10:13AM