Department of Computer Science and Information Technology was established in 2003 with the B.Sc. program
in Information Technology and, immediately after, the M.Sc. program in Computer Science. Over the years
our program is grown to direct Ph.D. in computer Science, M.Sc. with four emphases, undergrad program in
information technology and computer engineering as well as a Ph.D. program granting from the next year.
In addition, we plan to grant the M.Sc. degree in bioinformatics as an independent major in near future.
This department, in collaboration with both faculties and students, has followed high-level goals and succeeded to some extent. Representatives of these goals include effective and high quality research in industry and academia. Technical and scientific quality of our students is comparable with their peers in world’s top universities. The efforts and plans of the faculty and staff of this department towards students’ education ensure our alumni succeed in both industrial and academic environment. The faculty and students’ high motivation in learning and conducting research, and friendly academic environment are main characteristics of the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology.
Department of Computer Science and Information Technology focuses on novel, fundamental and applied academic topics of world quality which have both local and global applications.
Mobina Mobini - Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
Hossein Rabbiun - Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
Aliasghar Sabzi - Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
Hamidreza Farhadi Tolie - Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
Hosein Kangavar Nazari - Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
Mohammad Hossein Nazeri RezaAbad - Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
Dr Bahram Sadeghi Bigham who is an Associate Professor at the Computer Science & Information Technology Department has just published two books.
It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death of Dr Volodymyr Kruglov, a friend and colleague and a veteran IASBS member who embarked on an eternal journey this morning.
Dr Mahdi Bohluli, a faculty member of the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, has succeeded, in collaboration with a large number of scientists from all over the world working in the fields of medicine and data science, to publish the results of their work in THE LANCET.
After reviewing the educational system at the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) and in view of the technical and scientific needs of the society and the capabilities of the CSIT faculty, the Department decided to revise the offered programmes, specialties, and the relevant curricula.
The prototype version of an Intelligent Mammogram Assistant System for detecting breast cancer, designed and constructed at the IASBS has now been registered as an invention after passing mandatory tests.
Developed by the IASBS Computer Center