Computer Networks and Distributed Systems

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About

The master’s degree gives the best foundations for design and research in computer networks and distributed systems, with an emphasis on scalable and reliable distributed systems, cloud computing, big data, the internet, future internet networks, mobile internet, the Internet of Things, smart cities, security and applications.

Target

The master’s degree is aimed at students who have a bachelor’s degree in the fields of Engineering (e.g., Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, etc) or Applied Sciences (e.g., Mathematics, Physics) and are pursuing a better understanding of Information Technology fields and, more specifically, Computer Networks and Distributed Systems.

 

Specialization coordinator

Jose Maria Barceló Ordinas

Technical Competences of each Specialization

COMPUTER NETWORKS AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS

  • CEE2.1
    Capability to understand models, problems and algorithms related to distributed systems, and to design and evaluate algorithms and systems that process the distribution problems and provide distributed services.
  • CEE2.2
    Capability to understand models, problems and algorithms related to computer networks and to design and evaluate algorithms, protocols and systems that process the complexity of computer communications networks.
  • CEE2.3
    Capability to understand models, problems and mathematical tools to analyze, design and evaluate computer networks and distributed systems.

Subjects

Specialization compulsory subjects

Specialization complementary subjects


 

Elective
Mandatory
Final Master Thesis

 

Mandatory Common Course

 

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

Semester 4

Final Master Thesis
(TFM - 30 ECTS)

 

Elective

You can choose any MIRI or UPC Masters courses.