Ph.D. in Computer Engineering

The Ph.D. program in Computer Engineering provide post-master’s applicants the opportunity for study in a broad range of areas, many of which overlap with other disciplines within the College of Engineering and the University. Computer Engineering Ph.D. research scholar will pursue theoretical and empirical studies in a topic area determined by the interests of research scholars and faculty research advisor. External collaborations with industry and government laboratories are encouraged. Ph.D. research scholars are supported by the department to present their work at many key conferences around the world. The graduates go on to conduct independent basic or applied research, with careers in academia, industry and government.

CoursesYear of EstablishmentSanctioned StrengthCurriculum
Computer Engineering201710click here

Research Areas

The Faculty of the Department of Computer Engineering are experts in numerous disciplines and are involved in following research areas:

  • Data Science, Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval, Data Structures, Text Mining, System Programming, Compiler Design, Parallel Computing, Advanced OS, Distributed Systems, Pattern Recognition
  • Image Processing, Data Mining and Business Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, Data Science, Soft Computing


  • Cloud and Big Data
  • Advanced Network
  • Network Security
  • Internet and Web Technology
  • Image Processing
  • System Software
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Internet of Things
  • Data Science
  • Natural Language Processing
  • High Performance Computing


To evolve as a centre of academic excellence and to adapt itself to the rapid advancement in the Computer Engineering field.


  • To produce highly qualified, well rounded and motivated graduates who can meet new technical challenges, contribute effectively as team members and be innovators in computer hardware, software, design and application
  • To pursue creative research and new technologies in computer engineering and across disciplines in order to serve the needs of industry, government, society and scientific community
  • To inculcate strong ethical values and responsibility towards society