Faculty and undergrad research, 40 under 40 and more. 
Computer Science and Engineering
Issue 2  |  Spring 2019
Dr. Alan Ritter, Assistant Professor; Hari Subramoni, a research scientist; Dr. Yinqian Zhang, Assistant Professor

Three CSE members awarded The Lumley Engineering Research Award

The Lumley Engineering Research Awards are presented to a select group of outstanding researchers in the College of Engineering who have shown exceptional activity and success in pursuing new knowledge of a fundamental or applied nature.
See the complete list of awardees
Mohit Jangid

CSE Student selected as an Ohio State Sesquicentennial Scholar

Computer Science and Engineering PhD student, Mohit Jangid, was recently named one of the Ohio State Sesquicentennial Scholars. Read the full story.
Kathy Guo and Yune Lee

SLAM Lab combines science, rhythm to improve lives

Kathy Guo, a CSE major, joined Ohio State’s SLAM Lab her sophomore year and was able to immediately begin putting her computer science skills to work. Find out more.
Arnab Nandi

Business First’s 40 under 40

CSE’s own Dr. Arnab Nandi was selected as one of the 40 under 40 for the year. Nominated by College of Engineering’s Associate Dean for Research Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska. See the full list.
Twitter icon

Ohio State Researchers Use Natural Language Processing to Identify Critical Security Vulnerabilities

The study, which was covered by WIRED, showed users' opinions online can provide a reliable early indicator for severe software vulnerabilities. Read more.
Tamal Dey

Dear CSE Alumni, Parents, Friends, and Colleagues,

It is a great pleasure for me to write this message as the interim Chairperson of one of the top Computer Science and Engineering departments in the nation.
It is an exciting time to see our field going through a phenomenal growth. It has brought opportunities along with its challenges. The undergraduate enrollment for the CSE major has crossed the 2,000 mark and finding proper and sufficient resources to impart quality education to this growing future workforce continues to be challenging. The department has reached a new height in external research expenditures, touching the $10.3 million mark which has supported remarkable innovations and training by our faculty and students. I am sure that “computing” will continue to take the center stage in advancing science and engineering and human society in general in coming years. With all of your support, we will continue to innovate and train, which will bolster and fuel this forward march.


Upcoming Events