Computer Engineering

The Computer Engineering Group was established c. 1980, and has grown to the present complement of more than 20 professors plus several research associates and technologists, and supporting more than 60 graduate students at any given time. Professors and students in the group are internationally recognized for their state-of-the-art research activity in the design, implementation, and use of a wide range of computer software and hardware: research areas cover a broad spectrum of computing, including mobile, wearable, and bio-inspired computing, operating systems, computer security, compilers, computer architecture and hardware, computer-aided design (CAD), and field-programmable gate-arrays (FPGAs). Graduates of the computer group go on to challenging and rewarding careers in industry and academia, and have many compelling options in the Toronto area, in Canada, and internationally.

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