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Welcome to the new departments of Computer and Data Sciences, and Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering

The mission of the EECS Department is to educate students that have the requisite technical breadth and communication skills to solve significant problems in industry and society through leadership and innovation in their fields, advance knowledge in EECS and multi-disciplinary areas through high-impact scholarship and research, and provide service to the profession, the university, the community, and society.

 

EECS News

Case School of Engineering creates new Computer & Data Sciences Department

Case Western Reserve University has launched a new Computer & Data Sciences Department in the Case School of Engineering and announced the Kevin J. Kranzusch Professorship, which will be held by the future chair of the new department.

New and Updated Course Information for CS & DS Spring 2020

This semester, we have created several new courses in CS & DS. Please see more details about these courses and some other frequently asked questions and updated depth requirements in the document below.

CWRU Computer and Data Sciences PhD candidate publishes seven papers in 2019

2019 has been a busy year for Huiyuan Chen. Chen, a PhD candidate in the department of Computer and Data Sciences (CDS), has had seven papers for which he was first author published over the past year. Six of the papers were presented at top data mining and machine learning conferences such as the Web Conference and one at a top conference in bioinformatics, ACM-BCB.

CDS Prof. Ye awarded $500K grant to develop AI technologies to reduce opioid overdose risks

Yanfang (Fanny) Ye, associate professor of computer and data sciences at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation in support of her work to develop novel artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to reduce opioid overdose risks.

Student Team Qualifies for the North American Championship of the International Collegiate Programming Competition

Three teams of Computer Science students competed in the East Central North American Regional of the International Collegiate Programing Competition on Saturday, October 26. The CWRU teams competed against 112 teams from 43 schools from Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Ontario. The CWRU team of junior Hung Vu, first year Duc Huy Nguyen, and first year Trung Nguyen Huynh finished 10th and were one of six teams to qualify for the North American Championship to be held in Atlanta in February.