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George Mason University College of Engineering and Computing

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George Mason University's College of Engineering and Computing comprises the Volgenau School of Engineering and the School of Computing. The schools were combined in 2021 to form the college.[1]

The college comprises ten departments: Bioengineering; Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering; Computer Science; Cyber Security Engineering; Data Analytics Engineering; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Information Sciences and Technology; Mechanical Engineering; Statistics; and, Systems Engineering and Operations Research.


The college began in 1985 as the School of Information Technology and Engineering. In 2005, its name was changed to the Volgenau School of Engineering. The School of Computing was created in 2021 and, along with the Volgenau School of Engineering, forms the College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University.


The college's undergraduate engineering program ranks among the top 100 in the nation. It is the first college in the country to offer a doctorate in Information Technology.[2]

Research Centers[edit]

Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE)

Center for Configuration Analytics and Automation (CCAA)

The Center for Neural Informatics, Neural Structures, and Neural Plasticity (CN3)

Center for Resilient and Sustainable Communities

Center for Secure Information Systems

Center of Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Intelligence, and Cyber

Learning Agents Center

Rapid Prototyping Research Center

Research Laboratories[edit]

BioInspired Nanoarchitectures

Bioinspired Robotics and Intelligent Control Laboratory (BRIC Lab)

Biomaterials and Nanomedicine

Biomedical Imaging Lab

Computational and Experimental Neuroplasticity Laboratory

Computational Biomedicine Laboratory

Computational Neuroanatomy Group/Ascoli Lab

Computer Vision and Neural Networks Laboratory

Cryptographic Engineering Research Group

Living Cyber Innovation Lab (Arlington)

Flood Hazards Research Lab (Potomac Science Center)

Microfluidic Single Cell Analysis Laboratory in Engineering (m-SCALE)

Nano/micro-scale Transport Engineering Laboratory (nTEL)

Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine

Networking and Simulation Laboratory

Neural Engineering Laboratory

Sensorimotor Integration and Human-Machine Interfaces Laboratory

Sustainable Geotransportation/Geoenvironmental Infrastructure( SGI) Lab

System Architectures Laboratory

Tribology and Surface Mechanics Lab[3]


  1. Retrieved 2022-11-14. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. "George Mason University celebrates 50th anniversary by looking to the future". WTOP News. 2022-01-19. Retrieved 2022-11-15.
  3. "Centers and Labs". College of Engineering and Computing. Retrieved 2022-11-15.

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