Search Masters Programs in Computer Science 2019 in Biot in France
Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.
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.
Biot – Sophia Antipolis is a technology park in Biot commune that is located in the Northwest of Antibes, France. Biot town is known for its pottery, particularly in glassworks. Sophia Antipolis is home to several computer, electronics, biotech, and pharmacology companies.
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The Post Master's degree in Communications for ITS offers the necessary knowledge required by engineers and managers to design Connected Cars/Connected Mobility applications to fully apprehend the innovations and unique opportunities of the Vehicular Communications industry.
The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a new stage in the digital revolution, fully contributing to the construction of a digital society. Several sectors of the digital society use or will use the internet of objects to improve deployment, exploitation and industrialization procedures. These include intelligent transport, smart grids, smart city, industry 4.0, and so on. The issues concerning the mastery of the technologies and processes around the internet of objects are enormous and require a very high level of expertise with cutting-edge skills in multidisciplinary areas.
This Master provides a comprehensive set of competencies in Communication Systems: from the physical layer (wireless communications theory and implementation aspects), mobile networking (based on IPV6), to applications (for a smartphone, tablets, etc.). Sophia-Antipolis is considered a major European region for telecommunications research and development in southern France. EURECOM has established over the years a synergy with the local industrial environment on advanced research topics.
The "Big Data" phenomenon is rooted in the field of data science and engineering, which aims at developing both computer and mathematical tools for data storage and processing. An increasing volume of data is daily produced by modern-day industrial processes (in fields such as energy, intelligent transport systems, aviation industry and many others...), and fuelled by the rise of multimedia tools and the Internet of Things in our daily life.