Today’s complex challenges demand a new level of integrative thinking between computer scientists, information scientists, social scientists, and domain experts.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Computing and Information prepares professionals and leaders for the accelerated world of next-level collaboration, next-level inquiry, next-level insights, and next-level solutions in all human pursuits—in health, education, urbanization, technology, climate and globalization.
We are new “Collabatories” of University schools and industry. Together, we are unleashing powerful discoveries in Computational Medicine, Computational Education, Computational Urbanism, and Computational Humanities. Our purpose is to support discovery, innovation, and entrepreneurship driven by data and technology.
We are creating new alloys of knowledge, and new industry leaders: People with the technological smarts, the communications skills, and the social conscience to not just serve the future, but to truly transform it for the better.
Introducing Dean Paul Cohen. Read his professional accomplishments and his aspirations for the School of Computing and Information.Learn More
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Here’s an impressive list of program rankings, research funding and awards earned by our professors.Learn More
See all the ways students can apply their classroom knowledge in real world settings.Learn More
Discover the many ways the School of Computing and Information is making an impact on the surrounding community.Learn More
Pittsburgh’s Tech Story
What was once known for its steel mills has transformed itself into a city with a growing reputation for innovation.Learn More