URV Master on Computer Engineering: Computer Security and Intelligent Systems

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Courses offered at the URV Master on Computer Engineering: Computer Security and Intelligent Systems. On-line admission requests: March & April (www.urv.cat). Admission: early May. Start of the course: September. Length: 90 ECTS (3 semesters).
Candidates that hold a long Engineering Bachelor degree (5 years) or previous Masters courses may have some of the Master topics omitted and they might complete the Master in 2 semesters. Please contact antonio.moreno@urv.cat if you are interested in attending the Master. Contact postgraduate@urv.cat for details on personal and academic documentation, visa, accommodation, etc. The Computer Science and Mathematics Department and URV might offer partial scholarships (teaching assistants) to those candidates that are admitted in the Master in May.

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URV Master on Computer Engineering: Computer Security and Inteligent Systems

  1. 1. URV Master on Computer Engineering: Computer Security and Intelligent Systems Fall semester Spring semester Research and Entrepreneurship in  Computer Engineering (6) Management of Informatic Projects  (3) Architectures for Distributed  Systems (6) High‐Performance Architectures (6) First year  (60) Software Architecture (6) Visualisation and Interaction  Systems (6) Numerical Methods in Engineering  (6) Criptology and Information Security  (6) Neural and Evolutive Computing /  Complex Networks (6) Optional topics (9) Biometric Identification (4.5) Privacy Protection (4.5) Multi‐Criteria Decision Support  Systems (4.5) Ubiquitous Computing (4.5) Fall semester Development of Informatic Projects  (3) Knowledge Representation and  Engineering / Planning and  Approximate Reasoning (6) Optional topics (9) Second year  (30) Forensic Informatics (4.5) Introduction to Multi‐Agent  Systems (4.5) Artificial Vision and Pattern  Recognition (4.5) Multimedia Security (4.5) External practical work (up to 9) Master Thesis (12)
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