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Design of Next Generation Systems, Structures, Materials, and Manufacturing

Advanced computing methods are revolutionizing all aspects of engineering design. New developments promise to deliver radical gains in systems engineering, including design innovation, designer productivity, and system performance. Areas of interest include:

  • Physics-guided Machine Learning
  • Machine Learning on Graphs
  • Generative Design
  • Surrogate Modeling

New CS faculty will join an engineering school with interdisciplinary programs and research centers already recognized as leaders in their fields. Among them:

Destination: CS builds on our success in design automation for cyber-physical systems and combining human intuition with AI/ML-based analytical strength in creating symbiotic design flows.

View the open computer science faculty positions  

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