Faculty of Computer Science

Computer Science as a discipline started at UNB in the Department of Electrical Engineering in 1968. It became a School within the Faculty of Engineering in 1972, and was made a Faculty in 1990. The undergraduate BCS program has been nationally accredited since 1987, and was reaccredited in 2004. Computer Science has the oldest and the largest co-op program at UNB (both campuses). The Co-op program has been nationally accredited since 1998. The Faculty of Computer Science (FCS) is one of the strongest research Faculties on the campus. The faculty has relationships with the government and regional industry through the Co-op program and the Information Technology Centre (ITC), and our faculty members serve on provincial, national, and industry boards, councils and committees. The faculty is engaged in research with government and industry. There are 21.5 FTE faculty positions, four office staff, four technical staff, adjunct professors and researchers in the Faculty.

University of New Brunswick

Founded in 1785, the University of New Brunswick is the oldest English-language university in Canada. UNB is making a significant difference in New Brunswick and beyond through the creation of knowledge, teaching, and the integration of knowledge into society. UNB conducts nearly 80 per cent of the university-based research in the province and close to 50 per cent of all the research conducted in the province.

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

ACOA's Atlantic Innovation Fund encourages the commercialization of research in Atlantic Canada and has been a key driver for many Atlantic Canadian businesses, universities and research institutions. It has enhanced Atlantic Canada's reputation for innovation and, through the success of the projects it has funded, the AIF contributes significantly to the region's research and development capacity and its economic performance. Funding provided from ACOA was a catalyst to the establishment of CAS Atlantic and its founding research in accelerating Java using massive multicore systems.