The Study Program in Pervasive and Mobile Computing Systems (Msc) is offered for the first time since academic term 2010-2011.
The PSP aims to systematically train students in issues of design and development of pervasive and mobile computing systems. The PSP will offer students the opportunity to expand their knowledge on issues such as software system design, computer networks, digital systems, human-computer communication, operating systems and distributed systems, from the perspective of pervasive and mobile computing technology and the internet of things. Through emphasis on case studies and practical applications, the PSP aims to provide students with the ability to determine the requirements for and plan pervasive and mobile computing systems and internet of things networks, evaluate and select the suitable technological solution to a given problem, analyze service quality and system performance, and render systems, develop interactive and pervasive applications, services, computing systems, and internet of things systems.
Upon completion of the PSP, students will be able to:
Curriculum Academic Credits (ECTS): 120
Beginning in academic term 2013-14, the minimum study period is 2 academic terms.
UNESCO ISCED-2011 Classification
UNESCO ISCED-2013 Classification
The PSP accepts graduates of Greek H.E.I.s and T.E.I.s or foreign institutions recognized as possessing the same educational level.
The PSP is taught in Greek. Knowledge of at least one foreign language and familiarity with the use of computers, e-mail, and the internet will greatly facilitate attendance and participation in the PSP.
The term “Graduates of University or Technical Education Institute departments” denotes holders of degrees from departments of Greek Universities or TEIs, or those who possess corresponding titles from foreign institutions recognized as possessing the same educational level by the Inter-University Center for the Recognition of Foreign Degrees (DIKATSA) or the Hellenic NARIC (DOATAP), or the ITE correspondingly, or holders of degrees from the aforementioned departments of foreign institutions recognized as possessing the same educational level*
The term “University” denotes University departments, Polytechnics, and the Athens School of Fine Arts.
*Note. In accordance with paragraph 7, Article 34 of Law 4485/2017, “Diploma of Postgraduate Studies is not awarded to a student whose first cycle degree from a foreign institution has not been recognized by the Hellenic National Academic Recognition and Information Center (DIKATSA/DOATAP), according to Law 3328/2005 (A’80)”.
1st year of study
2nd year of study
Students in the first term may select whichever of the two first-term T.U. they wish, SDY50 or SDY51.
Students in the second term must select SDY60 and one additional second-term T.U. Furthermore, students may also elect to prepare their postgraduate diploma thesis in the second term. Students who select SDY61 are awarded a Postgraduate Specialization in “Mobile Computing Systems”, while students who select SDY62 are awarded a Postgraduate Specialization in “Integrated Systems”.
Students who have successfully completed either SDY50 or SDY51 must select the remaining first-term T.U., and may also select SDY60. Students who have successfully completed SDY50, SDY51, and SDY60 must select one additional second-term T.U.
Note that, in order to complete the PSP in two academic terms, students must successfully complete two T.U. in their first term (in accordance with the aforementioned instructions) and an additional two T.U. in their second term, concurrently with the preparation of their postgraduate diploma thesis.
When selecting T.U.s, students must first pass all the available T.U.s that belong to the previous term and then select T.U.s belonging to the next term.
Students may present the Postgraduate Diploma Thesis after successfully completing all the T.U. in the Study Program.
To obtain the postgraduate specialization diploma, students are required to possess a degree or higher education diploma from a similar field, must successfully attend and pass exams in at least four Thematic Units, and prepare a postgraduate diploma thesis, the preparation of which is regulated by the General Regulation for the Preparation of Postgraduate Diploma Theses.
DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMME OF STUDIES
Achilleas Kameas, Professor
Field of Specialization: Pervasive and Global Computing Systems
Tuition fees for each Thematic Unit are 650€, and the total tuition fees for the Postgraduate Study Program are 3.250€.
For information about the programme contact:
Student Registration Department
Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 13:00
Telephone Number: 2610367314