Students majoring in the STEM fields at five CSU campuses are receiving financial support through the CSU Edison Scholars Program. On Friday, Edison presented a $200,000 check to continue the program.
Phoolendra K. Mishra (left) will be studying groundwater contaminant source identification and Garrett Struckhoff will be developing an undergrad course based on best management practices for water resource conservation.
Susamma Barua (left), Jennifer Faust and Dorota Huizinga are studying the inclusion, status and opportunities that Cal State Fullerton provides to female STEM faculty under a two-year National Science Foundation grant.
Alumnus Florian Zitzelsberger (B.A. computer science ’11) was credited in Pixar’s animated “Brave” film as part of the core team - Presto Animation System.
Computer Engineering Students Gain Access to Leading-Edge Technology
New Graduate Degree Program in Computer Engineering
Applications for Fall 2013 are Now being Accepted on CSUMentor (www.csumentor.edu)
The Master’s degree program in Computer Engineering is open to students who have earned a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering or a related discipline. The degree program is now available on CSUMentor (www.csumentor.edu) for students to apply. Information about applying to our graduate programs is available at http://www.fullerton.edu/ecs/future/admissions/index.asp
You may also contact the Graduate and International Admissions office for the College of Engineering and Computer Science at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (657) 278-7786.
Over the past decade, there has been a rapid increase in demand for computer engineers in various fields, especially in the area of mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, etc.) and high-performance computing systems needed for e-prescription and electronic health record keeping mandated by the government. This trend only continues to grow. The MS degree program in Computer Engineering is designed to provide students a strong understanding of the hardware design and practical applications of computer based systems. Courses in contemporary and highly evolving computer engineering areas provide students extensive hardware design and modeling experience and also exposure to state-of-the-art electronic design automation (EDA) tools. After completion of the degree program, students will have an extensive theoretical background and practical training in all aspects of computer based systems, along with an in-depth knowledge in engineering analysis, design, implementation and testing. The program will prepare students for engineering jobs that require computer hardware skills.
for program description and degree requirements.
ME Alumnus Paul Gillebaard writes a realistic fiction “Moon Hoax” based on the space race to the moon. Read Dean Unnikrishnan's review here.
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