Graduate School and Research Center In communication systems

Mobile Communications

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Description

In today's telecommunications world, mobile communication systems is one of the most active areas in research and technology development. Mobile communication engineering involves expertise in several inter-related areas, ranging from physical layer transmission technology (radio engineering, signal processing, synchronization, equalization, channel coding) to multiple access protocols, up to particular networking aspects such as radio resource and mobility management. This study profile offers a comprehensive and interdisciplinary view of mobile communications by covering most of the above mentioned aspects.

MANDATORY COURSES

    Fall Spring  
T DigiCom 5.00   Digital communications
T MobCom 5.00   Mobile communication techniques
T SSP 5.00   Statistical signal processing
T MobAdv   3.00 Mobile Advanced Networks
T MobIP   3.00 Mobile Networking
T MobWat   3.00 Wireless Access Technologies
T Radio   5.00 Radio engineering

OPTIONAL COURSES

    Fall Spring  
T ATWireless 3.00   Advanced topics in wireless communications
T G_Theory 3.00   Game Theory
T InfoTheo 5.00   Information theory
T MathEng 3.00   Essential Mathematical Methods for Engineers
T MobServ 5.00   Mobile application and services
T MobSys 5.00   Mobile communication systems
T NetMod 5.00   Network Modeling
T Optim 3.00   Fundamentals of Optimisation
T Stat 3.00   Statistical data analysis
T Coding   5.00 Chanel coding theory
T HWSec   3.00 Security of Security hardware
T SecAppli   3.00 Security applications in networking and distributed systems
T SigTech   5.00 Signal processing technologies
T SP4COM   5.00 Signal Processing for Communications

FREE COURSES

    Fall Spring  
T ATMM 3.00   Advanced topics in multimedia
T CompArch 5.00   Modern computer architecture
G Entrep 3.00   Entrepreneurship and Capital-Venture
G GreenIT 3.00   Sustainable ICT's
T ImCompress 5.00   Image and video Compression and Processing
G Innov 3.00   Innovation & new product development
G ManagIntro 5.00   Introduction to management
T MMIR 3.00   Multimedia indexing and retrieval
T NetEcon 3.00   Network Economics
T Netw_I 5.00   Introduction to computer networking and internet
T OS 5.00   Operating systems
G Property 3.00   Intellectual property law
T SecCom 5.00   Secure communications
T SoftDev 5.00   Software development methodologies
T SysSec 5.00   System and Network Security
G TeamLead 5.00   Personal Development and Team Leadership
T UMLEmb 3.00   UML for Embedded Systems
T WebInt 3.00   Human-computer interaction for the Web: interaction design and user evaluation
T 3DGraph   5.00 3-D and virtual imaging (analysis and synthesis)
G Business   5.00 Business Simulation
T Clouds   5.00 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
T DSMWare   5.00 Distributed software and middleware
T ElecDesign   5.00 Electronic design for Communications
T Forensics   5.00 Cyber-crime and Computer Forensics
T FormalMet   3.00 FormalMethods-Formal specification and verification of systems
T ImSecu   3.00 Imaging for security applications watermarking & biometrics
G Law   3.00 General introduction to law : contracts, setting up a business
T MALIS   5.00 Machine Learning and Intelligent systems
T MMTech   3.00 Multimedia technology
T Netw_II   5.00 Internetworking architectures and protocols
G ProjMan   5.00 Project management
G SATT   3.00 Sociological Approaches of Telecom Technologies
T Speech   3.00 Speech and audio processing
T WebSem   3.00 An Introduction to Semantic Web technologies