Graduate School and Research Center In communication systems

Networking

Responsible(s)

Description

Today's Internet consists of a large number of interconnected autonomous systems. The design of the Internet strikes a careful balance between the simplicity of the network elements and the sophistication of the algorithms running in the end-systems, which makes it possible to support a wide range of applications in a cost efficient manner. This study profile provides the students with a wide range of competences necessary to understand today's networks and keep up with their evolution. The students will not only acquire an in-depth understanding of the different protocols and concepts in networking but also become familiar with the principles of software engineering and performance analysis. The set of skills acquired will allow the students to respond both, to the needs of today's industry and, in the long term, to successfully compete in (and adapt to) a fast changing environment.

MANDATORY COURSES

    Fall Spring  
T G_Theory 3.00   Game Theory
T Netw_I 5.00   Introduction to computer networking and internet
T SecCom 5.00   Secure communications
T SoftDev 5.00   Software development methodologies
T Stat 3.00   Statistical data analysis
T Clouds   5.00 Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
T Netw_II   5.00 Internetworking architectures and protocols

OPTIONAL COURSES

    Fall Spring  
T MobServ 5.00   Mobile application and services
T NetEcon 3.00   Network Economics
T WebInt 3.00   Human-computer interaction for the Web: interaction design and user evaluation
T DSMWare   5.00 Distributed software and middleware
T MALIS   5.00 Machine Learning and Intelligent systems
T MobIP   3.00 Mobile Networking
T MobWat   3.00 Wireless Access Technologies
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
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 MobSys 5.00   Mobile communication systems
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 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 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 Forensics   5.00 Cyber-crime and Computer Forensics
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 MMTech   3.00 Multimedia technology
T MobAdv   3.00 Mobile Advanced Networks
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
T WebSem   3.00 An Introduction to Semantic Web technologies