Graduate School and Research Center In communication systems

Web engineering

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Description

The Web is perhaps the most important revolution in content distribution and communication since the invention of the television and the telephone. At its origins, mastering the Web was equivalent to mastering HTML, HTTP and browser and server software. But today Web mastery goes far beyond those technologies, to include document language theory, client and server side scripting, Internet commerce, secure document transfer, middleware, P2P networking, content distribution networks, voice browsing, content transcoding, search and indexing theory, and intelligent systems. There is already an awesome array of Web applications in use today, including document search, Web-based e-mail, secure commerce, PDA access, file sharing, video on demand, television/Web integration, eLearning, and many more. This speciality area investigates the underlying principles of the Web as well emerging Web technologies and applications.

MANDATORY CoursES

    Fall Spring  
T MobServ 5.00   Mobile application and services
T Netw_I 5.00   Introduction to computer networking and internet
T SoftDev 5.00   Software development methodologies
T Clouds   5.00 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
T DSMWare   5.00 Distributed software and middleware
T WebSem   3.00 An Introduction to Semantic Web technologies

OPTIONAL CoursES

    Fall Spring  
T MobSys 5.00   Mobile communication systems
T SecCom 5.00   Secure communications
T SysSec 5.00   System and Network Security
T WebInt 3.00   Human-computer interaction for the Web: interaction design and user evaluation
T Forensics   5.00 Cyber-crime and Computer Forensics
T MobAdv   3.00 Mobile Advanced Networks
T MobIP   3.00 Mobile Networking
T MobWat   3.00 Wireless Access Technologies
T Netw_II   5.00 Internetworking architectures and protocols
T SecAppli   3.00 Security applications in networking and distributed systems

FREE CoursEs

    Fall Spring  
T ATMM 3.00   Advanced topics in multimedia
T ATWireless 3.00   Advanced topics in wireless communications
T CompArch 5.00   Modern computer architecture
T DigiCom 5.00   Digital communications
G Entrep 3.00   Entrepreneurship and Capital-Venture
T G_Theory 3.00   Game Theory
G GreenIT 3.00   Sustainable ICT's
T ImCompress 5.00   Image and video Compression and Processing
T InfoTheo 5.00   Information theory
G Innov 3.00   Innovation & new product development
G ManagIntro 5.00   Introduction to management
T MathEng 3.00   Essential Mathematical Methods for Engineers
T MMIR 3.00   Multimedia indexing and retrieval
T MobCom 5.00   Mobile communication techniques
T NetEcon 3.00   Network Economics
T NetMod 5.00   Network Modeling
T Optim 3.00   Fundamentals of Optimisation
T OS 5.00   Operating systems
G Property 3.00   Intellectual property law
T SSP 5.00   Statistical signal processing
T Stat 3.00   Statistical data analysis
G TeamLead 5.00   Personal Development and Team Leadership
T UMLEmb 3.00   UML for Embedded Systems
T 3DGraph   5.00 3-D and virtual imaging (analysis and synthesis)
G Business   5.00 Business Simulation
T Coding   5.00 Chanel coding theory
T ElecDesign   5.00 Electronic design for Communications
T FormalMet   3.00 FormalMethods-Formal specification and verification of systems
T HWSec   3.00 Security of Security hardware
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
G ProjMan   5.00 Project management
T Radio   5.00 Radio engineering
G SATT   3.00 Sociological Approaches of Telecom Technologies
T SigTech   5.00 Signal processing technologies
T SP4COM   5.00 Signal Processing for Communications
T Speech   3.00 Speech and audio processing