The courses offered to third and fourth year students at the Department of Informatics - Master level - aim to enable students to acquire the knowledge that is necessary to understand the technological changes in the broad field of Science and Technologies of Information and Communication that constitute the landscape in which engineers, civil servants and researchers evolve.
Aims : The Computer Science M1-programme has a triple mission:
- to provide the students with the core concepts of Computer Science, training them at the level of the best universities in the world;
to start a specialization which will continue in fourth year either as a engineering-based training or as a research-based training;
and to open up the students perspectives by exploring the fruitful interfaces with related disciplines (from other departments)
This will provide the students with a high-level expertise to overcome challenges in industry, administration and research.
Content : The Computer Science programme organises its modules according to three themes:
- MAP-INFO curriculum "Image-Vision-Machine Learning"
MAP-INFO curriculum "Optimisation"
Further opportunities : The Computer Science programme leads to the following 2nd-years of Master, organised in partnership with other institutes, for instance:
- Master Parisien de Recherche en Informatique (MPRI)
(Broad-spectrum, MAT-INFO, Algorithmics and Efficiency, Design of Computer Systems curricula)
Master Parisien de Recherche Operationnelle (MPRO)
(MAP-INFO "Optimisation", Algorithmics and Efficiency curricula)
Master Mathématiques / Vision / Apprentissage
(MAP-INFO "Image-Vision-Machine learning", Algorithmics and Efficiency curricula)
Master Conception et Management des Systèmes Informatiques Complexes (COMASIC)
(Design of Computer Systems, Broad-spectrum curricula)
See also this page for the Networks and Security curriculum.
Last Modification : Friday 22 March 2013