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Computing Science

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***The courses overview for 2015/2016 mentioned below is not entirely definitive. A few courses might be adjusted, named differently, cancelled or taught during other periods. The ultimate and definitive list of available courses for 2015/2016 is only known by June 2015***

Computing Science

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Exchange Office FSE

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Computing Science

Course overview

At our Faculty (and in the Netherlands), Bachelors take 3 years and Masters 2. Therefore, 2nd and 3rd year students from Brazil can only opt for courses in the 2nd and 3rd year of our Bachelors. The 4th and 5th year students from Brazil may additionally choose courses at the Master level (both in the 1st and 2nd year).

Bachelor courses (for Brazilian 2nd and 3rd year students). Choose courses under year 2 or 3 in the following list:

Master courses (for Brazilian 4th and 5th year students):

Please, only select courses starting with course code IN-

Information

The research areas related to the study programmes in Bachelor (majors and tracks) and Master (specialization and master thesis research), focus on the following subjects:

  • Distributed Systems , which are becoming the standard way to build information systems, in particular Web Services, Service-Oriented Architectures, eBusiness, and mobile computing.
  • Intelligent Systems , with projects on computer vision, in particular using models of the human visual system and through mathematical morphology, medical imaging (2-D and 3-D) and machine learning, in particular developing a better understanding of the learning process of systems such as neural networks.
  • Computational Science and Visualization , in particular 3-D medical imaging, visualizing large, multidimensional astronomical data sets, general data visualization, visualizing bioinformatics data (genomics and proteomics).
  • Software Engineering , dealing with the process of creating programs from the requirement analysis all the way to its management, in particular software patterns, explicitly handing variability and managing architectural knowledge.

Profile

You have a solid background in Computing Science and you should preferably have finished at least two years (preferably three) of university study. At our Faculty (and in the Netherlands), Bachelors take 3 years and Masters 2. Therefore, 2nd and 3rd year students from Brazil can only opt for courses in the 2nd and 3rd year of our Bachelors. The 4th and 5th year students from Brazil may additionally choose courses at the Master level (both in the 1st and 2nd year).

How to apply?

Scan and send the application documents to exchange.science@rug.nl

Laatst gewijzigd:01 februari 2017 10:48