The program is oriented towards today’s and tomorrow’s application domains, covering data retrieval, robotics, artificial intelligence, neural networks, data visualization, distributed and cloud computing.
- Knowledge and understanding of data mining techniques and their applicability in different domains.
- Knowledge and understanding of the design and implementation of intelligent and adaptive systems.
- Knowledge of professional development of commercial and social IT products using modern computer platforms, and estimation of their demand, impact, and relevance to users, enterprises or organizations.
- Ability to perform interdisciplinary R&D in data mining and data analysis field, apply research results in practical applications.
- Ability to perform interdisciplinary R&D in natural language processing and information retrieval field, apply research results in practical applications.
- Ability to perform interdisciplinary R&D in systems analysis, modeling, identification, and control field, apply research results in practical applications.
- Ability to apply data mining techniques for the analysis of diverse data (sound, ECG, EEG).
- Ability to analyze, formalize and model systems and processes of different complexity.
- Ability to apply Natural Language Processing techniques.
- Ability to apply parallel programming skills for the development of concurrent distributed and multi-core/-processor systems.
- Ability to design multiplatform services and applications, integrating intelligent and adaptive technologies.
- Ability to clearly and convincingly present problems and suggested solutions to experts and non-experts, using ground knowledge, reasoning, relevant presentation tools, and methods.
- Ability to professionally communicate and collaborate in distributed IT projects.
- Ability to critically analyze IT projects and their influence on business, culture and social context.
Graduates of Applied Informatics will be able to work as programmers, software architects, analysts, consultants, project managers, department managers in different organizations, state institutions, and business units; as researchers, scientific workers, assistants and lectors in science and education institutions. Graduates will be able to establish their own information technology business companies. Graduates of Applied Informatics may continue studies in Ph.D. studies in informatics (Computer Science) or Computer Engineering.
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Last updated February 8, 2018