The group aim is to provide our students with high-quality educations considering the latest technology as well as academic advancements in Computer Engineering. Improving students’ practical capabilities and reducing the gap of academic careers with the industry needs are among the most notable objectives of this group. The computer Engineering group started in 2006 with one undergraduate program in Computer Engineering, namely Hardware Engineering.
Now, there are currently two undergraduate programs namely: Information Technology and Software Engineering with about 400 students. Prestigious students of this group take high ranks in national graduate examinations as well as scientific tournaments every year.
The Mathematics faculty members are active in 5 major areas: Operator theory, functional analysis, numerical analysis, fuzzy mathematics and Statistical learning theory.
The Chemistry faculty member is active in 4 major areas: Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical Chemistry. The Physics faculty members are active in 3 major areas: Superconuctivity, quantum optics and quantum optomechanics.