Informatie over MSc Courses for Exchange Students: AI - Computing Science - Mathematics

Hieronder staan het programma en de vakomschrijvingen van MSc Courses for Exchange Students: AI - Computing Science - Mathematics Klik op de naam van een vak in een schema om naar de omschrijving te gaan.

semester I a WMCS001-05Advanced Topics in Security and PrivacyEngels5
  WMMA012-05Computational fluid dynamicsEngels5
  WMAI004-05Design of Multi-Agent SystemsEngels5
  WMMA019-05Hamiltonian mechanicsEngels5
  WMCS002-05Introduction to Data ScienceEngels5
  WMCC003-05Language ModellingEngels5
  WMCS003-05Modelling and SimulationEngels5
  WMCS026-05Models and Semantics of ComputationEngels5
  WMCS018-05Scientific VisualizationEngels5
  WMCS004-05Software ArchitectureEngels5
  WMCS005-05Web and Cloud ComputingEngels5
semester I b WMCS006-05Advanced Computer GraphicsEngels5
  WMCC006-05Cognitive Modelling: Basic Principles and MethodsEngels55
  WMCS007-05Enterprise Application IntegrationEngels5
  WMCS014-05Evidence-Based Software EngineeringEngels5
  WMCS008-05Image ProcessingEngels5
  WMCS009-05Information SystemsEngels5
  WMMA007-05Modeling and identification (22/23)Engels5
  WMCS010-05Neural Networks and Computational IntelligenceEngels5
  WMCS011-05Pattern Recognition (for CS)Engels5
  WMCS012-05Process Aware Information SystemsEngels5
  WMCS013-05Software Maintenance and EvolutionEngels5
 keuzeWMMA040-05Topics in Differential GeometryEngels5
semester II a WMAI013-05Auditory BiophysicsEngels5
  WMCC009-05Computational Simulations of LanguageEngels5
  WMCS015-05Computer VisionEngels5
  WMMA015-05Contemporary Statistics with Applications (22/23)Engels5
  WMCS022-05Fundamentals of Distributed SystemsEngels5
  WMMA017-05Geometry and Differential Equations (22/23)Engels5
  WMMA018-05Geometry and Topology (23/24)Engels5
  WMMA020-05Modeling and Control of Complex Nonlinear Engineering SystemEngels5
  WMMA021-05Robust controlEngels5
  WMCS017-05Scalable ComputingEngels5
  WMMA024-05Statistical ConsultingEngels5
 keuzeWMMA060-05Convex AnalysisEngels5
semester II b WMCS020-05Advanced Parallel ProgrammingEngels5
  WMCC010-05Computational Cognitive NeuroscienceEngels5
  WMAI019-05Handwriting RecognitionEngels5
  WMMA008-05Statistical genomics (23/24)Engels5

In principle, these Artificial Intelligence and Computing Science course units are open for exchange students. However, students have to be aware that almost all course units require (extensive) background knowledge, and therefore an appropriate background (i.e., BSc in Artificial Intelligence or Computing Science, respectively) is required. Additional prerequisites for specific courses are listed in the course descriptions. Please also note that the AI and CS programmes at UG have a strong focus on mathematical reasoning, so many courses will require solid mathematical skills from students. Moreover, be aware that working knowledge of the operating system Linux and the document preparation system LaTeX are required.

o TERMS: In the Netherlands, the academic years are not only divided into semesters, but also in ‘terms’. Each semester consists of 2 terms. The 1st semester entails a term 1a and 1b (Term 1a is the 1st half of the 1st semester. Term 1b, the 2nd half of the 1st semester). Term 2a (or IIa) stands for the 1st half of the 2nd semester and 2b (or IIb) for the 2nd half of the 2nd semester.

o WORKLOAD: The strongly recommended annual study load per year consists of 60 ECTS. That is why we suggest that you take a maximum of 6 courses per semester (30 ECTS), which amounts to 3 courses (15 ECTS) per term. Attending more is very/ too demanding for most students.

o Course unit Code explanation:
W: Faculty of Science and Engineering
B/M: Bachelor/Master
AI: Artificial Intelligence
CC: Human-Machine Communication
CS: Computing Science
MA: Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
001: Serial number
-05: ECTS credits

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