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In the world of science, technology and engineering, innovations happen every day. However, for a group of students and professors at Sacred Heart University, each day marks a new chapter in a different kind of pioneering. That's because these engineers-to-be and their faculty advisors are part of the university's first-ever Computer Engineering program.
Nafees Qamar, Ph.D. is a visiting assistant professor in the Biomedical and Health Informatics program at State University of New York, Oswego. His talk will explain some emerging scenarios challenging today's health-care systems and endangering their ability to function smoothly as well as erupting the in-placed security measures to protect sensitive information.
Sacred Heart University now offers a computer engineering degree to complement its existing, top-flight computer science programs. Students who graduate with a computer engineering degree will be qualified for careers in a variety of industries including software and hardware developing companies, automotive industry, aviation, telecommunications and health care.