As home to more than 900 students, Computer Science & Engineering is the largest department at Oakland University. We offer ABET-accredited BS degrees in Computer Science and Information Technology, producing graduates who have gone on to great success in industry and academia. Our MS programs in Computer Science, Software Engineering and Information Technology, and Cyber Security are designed to serve the needs of our students targeting multiple career paths in both academia and industry. The PhD program in Computer Science and Informatics allows students the opportunity to work with CSE faculty members to expand their knowledge in a variety of CSE areas. Together, these programs offer our students at all levels the opportunity to engage in research, experiential learning, and depth of study within the discipline, alongside dedicated faculty and a strong team of student-centered advisors and staff.

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Sunny Raj Awarded DoE Research Grant

Dr. Sunny Raj has been awarded $600,000 from the Department of Energy for his collaborative project titled "Mobilizing the Emerging Diverse AI Talent (MEDAL) through Design and Automated Control of Autonomous Scientific Laboratories." Congratulations Dr. [...]

Sunny Raj Awarded NSF CRII Grant

CSE Assistant Professor Sunny Raj was awarded an NSF CRII grant for the project IMMENSE: In-Memory Machine Learning using Sneak-Paths in Crossbars for Robustness and Energy Efficiency. The demise of both Moore's law and Dennard [...]

CSE Awards Ceremony Honors Students

[April 19, 2023]Top achieving students were honored at the CSE Awards Ceremony on April 19th. SECS Dean Chamra and CSE Chair Marouane Kessentini presented award certificates to the following students and student teams:CSE Academic Achievement [...]

CSE New Faculty Positions 2024

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering needs to fill FIVE (5) tenure-track assistant professor positions. The department is looking for candidates in the broad areas of AI and Cybersecurity, although outstanding candidates in other related areas will also be considered. The position will begin on August 15, 2024. Candidates must show exceptional promise in both research and teaching. Candidates should have an appreciation of and commitment to the value of diversity and work with a diverse faculty and student body.

Welcome Dr. Mohammad Wardat, new Assistant Professor in CSE! Mohammad has interned as an applied scientist at Microsoft in the Data&AI research team mentored by Dr. Alexey Svyatkovskiy. His research interests are in Software Engineering for Deep Learning, in particular, the intersection of Fault Localization, Program Analysis, and Machine Learning. His research explores the characteristics of bugs in DL software and applies various program analysis techniques to localize bugs and provide actionable fix suggestions. His research works have been published in top-tier research venues (i.e., ICSE 2021 and 2022). Mohammad has received a Research Excellence Award from Iowa State University and three Publication Awards from the ISU’s Department of Computer Science. Currently, he is serving as an external reviewer for ACM TOSEM and as Junior PC Member for MSR’23.