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School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering

  • Master's Program

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Course of Information and Telecommunication Engineering

Acquiring Advanced IT Expertise and Skills to Perform on the Global Stage

Overview

The Course of Information and Telecommunication Engineering is designed to provide a rich intellectual grounding with international relevance together with superlative technical skills in the IT field, which is currently subject to intense global competition. Graduates can focus their studies and research on one of the four areas that are the central academic fields of teaching and research, namely: information media studies, embedded software engineering, management systems engineering and communication network engineering. The curriculum allows broad studies across multiple related fields, and is designed to produce researchers and engineers with a broad knowledge base as well as high-level specialist knowledge and technical skills in specific fields, with the skills to pursue high-level R&D in IT as well as enhancing technical and quality standards.

Admission Policy

Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to self-motivated study and an appreciation of the learning objectives of the Course of Information and Telecommunication Engineering, which calls for the development of skills to pursue high-level R&D in IT, the enhancement of technical and quality standards as researchers and engineers with a broad knowledge base, and the cultivation of high-level IT specialist knowledge and technical skills.

Key Research Topics

  • Analysis of Convergence and Accommodation while Viewing 3-D movies
  • Designing methodologies for evaluating the realism of scented product videos
  • Context-oriented programming involving program rewrites during execution
  • A Relax and Fix Method for a Multi-Item Capacitated Lot Sizing Problem on Parallel Machines with Backorders and Sequence-Dependent Setup Times
  • Visualization system for drive-by-download attacks