|Faculty:||Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research
|Description:||The Computing Science Department offers programs leading to the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in a number of fields, including Advanced Man-Machine Interfaces, Algorithmics, Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Communication Networks, Computer Games, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision and Multimedia Communications, Database Systems, Robotics, Software Engineering, Software Systems and Statistical Machine Learning.
The Department owns and operates a network of computers, including several CPU servers and a large number of workstations. All graduate student offices are wired with high speed and/or wireless network. In addition the research laboratories contain specialized equipment. Access to campus-wide and regional computing facilities is provided by computer networks. Further information may be obtained from the Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Computing Science. Ph.D. students are required to select a research area and a supervisor prior to arriving at UAlberta. Browse through our research areas and faculty members to find a professor whose research is of interest to you.
|Areas of Research:||Artificial Intelligence and Bioinformatics; Computer Games; Computer Vision, Computer Graphics and Image Processing; Database and Multimedia Systems; Networks and Distributed Systems; Robotics; Software Systems and Software Engineering; Theoretical Computing Science.