Pervasive and Mobile Computing Systems Msc

Description

The Program aims to establish systematic training of students on the design and development of Pervasive and Mobile Computing systems. The program builds upon students' knowledge in Computer Science and Telecommunications and advances it on issues such Software System Design, Computer Networks, Digital Systems, Human–Computer Interaction, Operating Systems and Distributed Systems. The program is not limited to providing knowledge but also focuses on skill acquisition in designing mobile and pervasive computing systems, requirement analysis, evaluation and selection of technology solutions, analysis of service quality and performance systems, application and service design,  through real-life case studies and applications.

Learning Outcomes

- Understand the fundamental concepts of Pervasive Computing
- Analyze problems and case studies of pervasive computing systems and choose the appropriate technological solutions
- Understand basic principles of wireless networking, cellular networks and ad hoc sensor networks
- Understand design principles, implementation methods and evaluation criteria for Pervasive - Computing Systems
- Understand principles of interaction design and human-centered design

 

Programme ECTS credits: 120

Classification according to ISCED-2011 of Unesco:
based on the level of Education: 7   
based on the field of Education: 48 Computing

Classification according to ISCED-2013 of Unesco:
based on the field of Education: 0619 Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) not else classified

Prerequisites

Applicants to Pervasive and Mobile Computing Systems Msc  course must possess an undergraduate degree in a related field from a Greek Public University or an equivalent degree. 

The equivalency to a Greek qualification is recognized by the Hellenic NARIC (Hellenic National Academic Recognition and Information Center / DOATAP), which verifies the validity and equivalence of the acquired degree with those awarded by Greek institutions of higher education. Applicants must possess documents issued by DOATAP. A list of recognised degrees is available from DOATAP, and a prerequisite course list for applicants to HOU courses may be given by the HOU's registration department.

Good knowledge of English is necessary for the successful participation in the course.

Basic computer and Internet skills are necessary for the successful participation in the course. 

Contact


Course Director
Achilles Kameas, Associate Professor

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