The School of Computer Science may work in the foundational areas of computing, but our research is anything but basic. From the latest trends in software-defined networking or advances in parallel programming and high performance systems, to a “reboot” of traditional architecture in search of ever more efficient hardware, we are engaged every day in work that will support the tremendous demands placed on today’s computing systems. We invite you to explore the subfields, centers, labs, and research groups that comprise our School’s range of intellectual exploration.
School of Computer Science research areas span the very foundations of computing itself, from software development and databases to networks and theory, and more.
Serving to marshal the GT Computing forces of inquiry are its major research centers. Though based in the College of Computing, each center reaches across Georgia Tech in its membership.
Every day in labs scattered throughout the School of Computer Science, faculty and students work hand in hand to explore the complexities of computation and its applications.