Computer Engineering (1801R037)

This study branch is NOT OPEN for admission in 2016

Acquired Knowledge and Skills

The graduates of Computer Engineering specialization acquire thorough theoretical elements of computer science which include mathematical analysis, mathematical logic, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, probability and statistics, algorithmics, data structures, theory of languages and automata and all layers of ICT systems architecture (digital and analog circuits, processors and HW architecture, operating systems, databases, computer networks, security, software engineering). In specialization modules, the students further enrich their professional profile with the knowledge of digital systems, processors, computers and computer communication systems design including the design of hardware and software with respect to targeted applications, i.e. embedded systems, robots, mobile computing systems or sensor networks. The students also learn how to develop software for digital devices and for their communication interface control. This specialization includes development of both hardware and software, the final choice between SW and HW implementation being made according to required speed, device size, power consumption, reliability and design time.

Professional Profile

The graduates of the Computer Engineering specialization who decide to join the professional market are ready for a career as programmers, digital designers of customer or programmable circuits or as constructors of digital devices, embedded or control systems or computer controlled technological devices.

Specialization Modules

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