Computation

Design, simulation, modeling and data fusion permit groundbreaking advances in many “Grand Challenges” of engineering, and pave the way for quality-of-life improvements through advanced computation.

Some of our research areas:

  • Multimedia forensics and anti-forensics
  • Information security
  • Information theory and coding
  • Environmental modeling and statistics
  • Microbial risk assessment
  • Energy efficiency in the built environment through computation and analytics
  • Mathematical modeling of computer and communication networks
Students doing research

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