CS @ ILLINOIS has a global reputation for developing revolutionary technology--where groundbreaking research addresses real-world problems. Our faculty's contributions to these areas of the discipline are unmatched in their breadth, depth, and quality:
Opportunities abound to participate in interdisciplinary research projects in the 60+ laboratories, research centers, and institutes accross campus. Whether as part of a thesis or coursework, our students are building valuable skills and working alongside faculty experts to explore and extend the boundaries of computer science.
Graduate student research papers, technical reports, theses, and dissertations are available in the Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship (IDEALS) scholarly work repository.
Undergraduate research opportunities are available for any student who’s interested—even freshman. Visit the College of Engineering Undergraduate Research page to learn more about programs such as the Illinois Scholars Undergraduate Program (ISUR) and Promoting Undergraduate Research in Engineering (PURE) to get started today.
Illinois researchers and educators with an illinois.edu email address may request assistance from CS undergraduate students to develop a software project. To complete the form, you will need to submit a link to a web page which describes the needs of your project.
The Office of Safety acts as a resource for research and occupational safety, and to liaise with university safety and security resources and external regulatory bodies. It works to ensure that the college creates a safe and healthy workplace, maintains a respect for the environment, and respects and adheres to all applicable laws, regulations, and University environmental, health, and safety requirements.