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A unique and robust research environment

At Michigan, faculty and students in CSE have the unique opportunity to collaborate with peers from across 19 highly-acclaimed schools and colleges to conduct impactful, broad ranging, and highly interdisciplinary research.

CSE research ecosystem

Resources at the University include leading schools of medicine, business, information, art, engineering, and public policy; facilities such as high performance computing clusters and the Mcity test facility for autonomous vehicle testing; institutes of robotics and data science; initiatives in precision health and biosciences; and more. CSE researchers also have long-standing relationships with industrial partners.

Research areas

Our 12 key areas of research reflect the depth and pervasiveness of modern computing.
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Labs and centers

Explore CSE’s five labs and numerous faculty and affiliated research centers.
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Undergraduate research

About 150 undergraduate students conduct research on EECS faculty projects in a typical year.
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