Search Masters Programs in Computer Science 2019 in Ostrava in Czech Republic
A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
The foundations of computer science actually date back to before the modern computer had actually been created. For instance, algorithms for computing have been around for hundreds of years. One book of Sanskrit algorithms dates back to 800 BC.
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This program focuses on the education of experts in the field of supercomputing and the use of high-performance computing in solving computationally demanding tasks in applied sciences, as well as technology. It has a unique advantage of its association with the IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Centre, one of Europe’s most powerful supercomputers, located on the University campus. This provides a hands-on opportunity for the practical application of theoretical instruction.
The Branch is focused to the exploitation of computers and automation of technological processes above all in the metallurgical industry by application of knowledge in the field of theory of automated control, integrated computer systems, modern methods of control with the exploitation of artificial intelligence and applied informatics and control of technological aggregates and processes.
The Master’s course of Computer Science and Technology provides the students with an education designed to help them find employment mainly in the field of creation and administration of various extensive and complex software products, in the creation and administration of computational systems and computer networks, in the production of computers and their components, and finally, among others, in the fields of business and education.