Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences

Mobile Communications

Coordinator(s)

Description

In today's world, mobile networks form one of the most active areas in terms of growth and innovation. Mobile devices are found today in your pocket (smartphone) and your desk (PC). Tomorrow, they will be found in your car, bike, train, even on your road and in your kitchen (as sensors/connected objects forming Internet of Wireless Things) and even on your clothes (wearable devices) and perhaps skin. 

The challenges to communicate, organize and exploit all the data carried by such devices is simply enormous. Would you like to be at the forefront of this new wireless revolution? 

The Mobile communication track will give you some expertise in several inter-related areas, ranging from physical layer transmission technology (radio engineering, signal processing, synchronization, equalization, channel coding) to networking protocols (radio resource and mobility management) to application development (such as android apps on smartphones). 

You will be able to control the cursor between theory and practice under some of the world experts in this area.

Overall the track  offers a comprehensive and interdisciplinary view of mobile communications and networking to make you a desirable asset to companies and labs or even launch your own startup in this exciting area.

 

MANDATORY COURSES

FREE COURSES