Master of Science and PhD program in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science offers graduate programs leading to the degrees of Master of Science in Computer Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science. These programs are designed to increase the student’s fundamental knowledge and to give the student guidance and experience in research. A graduate student pursues these objectives by taking advanced courses, participating in seminars, and carrying out and reporting on a research projects. The department provides the advantage of close personal association between graduate students and faculty, giving special attention to individual needs and interests.
Faculty members are engaged in research over a wide range of subjects in the computer science. Current research interests include: complexity theory, circuit complexity, proof complexity, computational learning theory, quantum information , machine learning, computer vision, image processing, medical imaging, automated deduction, software verification, cryptographic protocol analysis, virtual reality, operating systems, network security systems, virtualization, cloud computing and systems biology.
Requirements for PhD Degree in Computer Science