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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Computing is a goal-oriented activity involving algorithms. Computing consists of concepts such as the design, development and building of software and hardware systems, information structuring and processing and scientific computer research.
There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.
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In today’s world, mobile apps are ubiquitous, delivering solutions to modern life. As a medium for creative and artistic expression, they provide answers to everyday problems with clever design and user insights. App development offers a wealth of creative opportunity in an evolving arena that reacts rapidly to technological advances.
Our master programme will provide you with the key competencies that you will need to develop next-generation information systems used to describe and manage data, discover new facts and relations in the data, make predictions, and give advice to decision makers.
The digital market is rapidly changing and the information system has become a productivity tool, competitiveness and differentiation. The Master adapts and changes, especially around the web and mobile applications.
The Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Computing Master's Program taught in English aims to offer competences in designing intelligent systems with application in various scientific and technical fields and in using the most recent technologies in high-performance computing and distributed computing. It is a two years program organized in three semesters devoted to teaching and a fourth one focused on research activities and the MSc thesis preparation. The students have the opportunity to use the infrastructure of the High-Performance Computing Lab (http://hpc.uvt.ro), participate in international research projects and to industrial projects conducted in collaboration with IT companies.
This new Master curriculum strongly focuses on Artificial Intelligence, including statistical learning and applications to data science. It also covers the complementary field of advanced Visual Computing, including 3D computer graphics, virtual and augmented reality, multimodal interaction, computer vision, robotics, and 3D Fabrication, which either make use or lead to the development of novel AI methods. This curriculum in Artificial Intelligence and Visual Computing is therefore at the heart of digital sciences and of its most promising, recent applications.
Through this program, students will acquire the scientific and technological knowledge, as well as the practical experience, to understand and contribute to high-level innovative R&D processes in the field of visual computing.
The Master degree in Data Science and Scientific Computing (DSSC) aims to train professionals of the future: experts who are in high demand because of the digitalization of society and the evolution of Industry 4.0.
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.
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.
Students from the master’s programme in Applied and Computational Mathematics will become skilled applied mathematicians, well-prepared for advanced industrial positions or continued graduate studies. The programme contains four tracks: Computational Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Optimization and Systems Theory, and Statistical Learning and Data Analytics.
This Master Program focuses on deeper knowledge of various mathematical disciplines and their algorithmic aspects. The student can get specialized either in Mathematics for Information Security or in Computer Geometry.
The creation of this postgraduate program has two main objectives: a) Establish a European standard of excellence in theoretical and computational chemistry which includes knowledge of methods, applications for use and programmability. b) To promote international mobility of students theoretical and computational chemistry both at the level of master and doctoral degrees.
The Master in Agile Methods (MMA) provides students with tools to develop attitudes and skills in the use of agile methods and learn modern techniques of innovation, conceptualization and fast adjustment of product to market as Lean Startup
Multimedia computing sub-specialization is one of the three sub-specializations of the professional graduate study program in applied computer engineering. Through its compulsory courses, the study program covers the field of e-business and offers acquisition of basic competences at graduate level, while through elective courses of this sub-specialization, students are able to specialize in design and modeling of 3 D digital content, computer multimedia, web content development and engineering aspects of audio and video production.
The master’s program aims at providing students with the appropriate tools for further doctoral studies and professional activity.