Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering focuses on the design, analysis, and application of computers and on their applications as components of systems. The UCSC Department of Computer Engineering sustains and strengthens its teaching and research program to provide students with inspiration and quality education in the theory and practice of computer engineering. The department offers the bachelor of science (B.S.) in computer engineering, the bachelor of science in robotics engineering, the bachelor of arts (B.A.) in network and digital technology, the master of science (M.S.) and the doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) in computer engineering degrees as well as an undergraduate minor. A combined B.S./M.S. program allows students to complete both the B.S. and M.S. in computer engineering degrees in five years.

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Students work with NSBE to support minorities at BSOE

Baskin School of Engineering (BSOE) undergraduates Aitanna Parker, Betelhem Tarekegn, and Tolulope Familoni were recently elected to the Regional Board of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), an organization that supports and promotes aspirations of collegiate and pre-collegiate students... Read More

Dean Alexander Wolf with the 2017-18 Dean's and Chancellor's Award Winners

Baskin Engineering announces Dean's and Chancellor's Award winners

Each academic year, the Deans and the Chancellor honor the achievements of students who go above and beyond in scholarship and creativity in their undergraduate studies. Students selected for the Dean’s and Chancellor’s Awards are those whose work exemplifies the mission of UC Santa Cruz to... Read More

DYF Award Recipients (left to right): Charles Cole, Shereen Oraby, Jude Zhu, Shweta Jain, Rakshit Agrawal, and Huazhe Wang.

Six Baskin School of Engineering students receive Dissertation Year Fellowships

Dissertation-Year Fellowships (DYFs) are state-funded, merit-based fellowships awarded on a competitive basis to doctoral graduate students who have overcome significant social or educational obstacles to achieve a college education, and whose backgrounds equip them to contribute to... Read More

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Sep 24

Defense: Pyrope: A Latency-Insensitive Digital Architecture Toolchain

H. Blake Skinner
PhD Candidate (Advisor: Jose Renau)