The master’s degree gives the best foundations in the fields of computer architecture and/or supercomputing. Graduates will have in-depth knowledge of digital systems and microprocessor design, supercomputer systems and parallel programming.
The master’s degree is aimed at students who have a bachelor’s degree in the fields of Engineering (e.g., Computer Science, Electrical EngineeringTelecommunications Engineering) or Applied Sciences (e.g., Mathematics, Physics, Biology) and are pursuing a better understanding of High-Performance Computing fields and, more specifically, Supercomputing, Computer Architecture and Technology.
Josep Llosa Espuny
Technical Competences of each Specialization
HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
CEE4.1 Capability to analyze, evaluate and design computers and to propose new techniques for improvement in its architecture.
CEE4.2 Capability to analyze, evaluate, design and optimize software considering the architecture and to propose new optimization techniques.
CEE4.3 Capability to analyze, evaluate, design and manage system software in supercomputing environments.