Princeton has been at the forefront of computing since Alan Turing, Alonzo Church, and John von Neumann were among its residents. The department, now in a period of major growth, has strong groups in artificial intelligence and machine learning, theory, programming languages, graphics and vision, systems and networking, computer architecture, computational biology and neuroscience, security, privacy, and information technology policy.

Visit the department website


  • Fernando with his thesis advisers smiling

    This senior thesis used artificial intelligence to analyze Dante

  • Portrait of Professor Margaret Martonosi

    Margaret Martonosi wins ACM Frances E. Allen Award for mentoring

  • Four researchers standing in front of a computer server with wires showing.

    TANGO gives paired networks better performance when they dance to their own tune

  • A person (face not visible) wearing a white lab coat and blue disposable gloves holds a square lab plate in their left hand. Their right hand holds a pair of tweezers which they are using to pick up one of several small green plants on the plate.

    Since 2008, innovation funds have fostered research in AI fairness, sustainable agriculture, drug discovery and more

  • Award recipients in a group

    Class Day marks achievement, determination and optimism

  • Brian Kernighan, left, and Claire Gmachl, right

    Gmachl and Kernighan recognized for outstanding service and mentorship