Computer Systems Architecture and Networking (CSAN)

The CSAN group is one of the pioneer groups in the Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology. There are currently four associate professors and five assistant professors working in this group.

 

Nearly half of the group members work in areas related to computer systems architecture such as design, synthesis, verification and test of digital systems, reconfigurable and/or reprogrammable hardware design, fault tolerant and dependable systems, embedded systems design and modeling, and hardware security.

 

Another half of the group faculty specializes in the design, modeling, and analysis of computer networks (wired and wireless), wireless sensor networks, high-speed and multimedia networks, and distributed systems.

 

The CSAN group programs include:

-       an undergraduate program in Computer Engineering with about 100 active students,

-       M.Sc. programs in Computer Architecture and Computer Networks with about 100 active students actively enrolled,

-       Ph.D. programs in Computer Architecture and Computer Networks with about 20 active students.