The school of Computer Science and Technology has had six research institutes, an engineering research center, 11 national or provincial sciences research bases and hatched two high-tech enterprises. The main research directions include Parallel and Distributed Computing, Database and Software Engineering, Digital Media and Intelligent Computing, Computing and Optimization Theory, Embedded System and Software, Network and Information Security, Storage Technologies and Systems. In the latest 5 years, the school has taken on over 500 research projects, including more than 280 projects sponsored by governments. And, the school has won 2 National Science and Technology Achievement Awards. There are more than 240 issued patents and more than 110 computer software copyrights. We have published more than 900 papers in the international and domestic journals and conferences.