Computer Engineering

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The Journal of Computer Engineering and Information Technology (JCEIT) promotes rigorous research that makes a significant contribution in advancing knowledge for computer sciences. JCEIT includes all major themes pertaining to computing and information technology.

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Computer Engineering

  1. 1.  Computer engineering is a discipline that integrates several fields of electrical engineering and computer science required to develop computer hardware and software.  Computer engineers embed computers in other machines and systems, build networks to transfer data, and develop ways to make computers, faster, smaller, and more capable.
  2. 2.  Information technology (IT) is the application of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data, often in the context of a business or other enterprise.
  3. 3.  Computing, and its many subfields, is about solving problems using computers. It is concerned with the study of information and computation and finding solutions to problems using modern computer systems.  Computer science and information technology drives many facets of modern innovation and assists the solving of problems in areas such as medical research, climate change, the environment, and business.  It has a significant impact upon the creative industries and in the development of new products and services.  Information technology covers everything from designing critical software to managing information systems.
  4. 4.  Computer engineering technology programs prepare people to help engineers design and build computer systems.  Students learn to install and maintain equipment.  They also learn to write and test software programs.  Computer science programs prepare people to work with computing problems and solutions.  Students learn computer systems design.  They study software and hardware design. They also learn to profile the needs of specific end-user situations.  Information science programs teach people about the collection, organization, and use of information.  Students learn about computer data storage and processing.  They learn to create easy-to-use system designs  Information technology programs prepare people to design computer systems.  Students learn about computer hardware, software, and networking.  They learn about systems planning, develop databases that meet user needs and design.
  5. 5.  Computer engineers in federal government.  Computer and electronic product manufacturing.  Computer systems design and related services.  Scientific research and development services.
  6. 6.  Information security analysts.  Network architect.  Computer support specialists.  Database administrators.  Systems administrators

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