Celebrating 29 Years of CUCSE
Friday, February 27, 2009 9:24 PM

Established in the year 1980, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, situated at Rajabazar Science College Campus, meant for post graduate studies is one of the largest and well established departments of Calcutta University. Very soon after its establishment, the department began to provide the intellectual foundations of Indian Technologies. Since then, over time, the department has played a vital role in the development technological resources by establishing the ability of Indian researchers to carry out advanced scientific and technological research in various fields. Their contribution is immense. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering has played a very significant role in science and technology education and research in our country. It has vivid reputation in the fields of different Computer applications, Information Sciences and Technology Studies. The prizes and valuable contribution of its students and faculties in all sphere of life have always enhanced the brilliance of the department.
Professor Arun Kumar Choudhury
The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Calcutta was established in 1980 under the able leadership of Late Professor Arun Kumar Choudhury. Prof. Arun Kr. Choudhury is normally remembered as a father figure of switching theory in India and the world. His contribution in Computer Science is like Von Neumann. He was a great teacher as well as a great researcher in the area of circuit theory, analog and digital computer architecture, Automata theory, Algorithm design etc. He had more than hundred research publications and numerous Ph.D students. The computing community of the world today bears his legacy and legend. The whole computing arena of the University of Calcutta is built on the foundation laid by Professor Arun Kumar Choudhury in the late eightees.
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