This course has been suspended for 2022 entry.
This means we're unable to accept applications for 2022.
We have a range of computing courses you could still apply for in 2022.
Many of the most influential projects and products today are not solely mechanical, physical, electrical or electronic. They are driven by networked computing devices and software. This creates smart systems that improve:
Examples range from hybrid vehicles to self-healing power grids.
The MSc is suitable for:
- graduates in computing disciplines with an interest in resilient, networked, distributed, mobile and smart systems, embedded computing and control
- computing professionals wanting to upgrade their existing skills
- engineering graduates from any discipline with an interest in urban engineering (infrastructure or planning)
- professional engineers in firms and organisations who have established smart cities groups
- graduates from other numerate disciplines
The Smart Systems Engineering MSc has four main elements:
- systems and urban engineering
- advanced computing or engineering skills
- multidisciplinary systems engineering in practice
- individual research project
Leading academics and practitioners from industry and government teach this Smart Systems Engineering MSc.
You'll be based within the School of Computing at the Urban Sciences Building.
This MSc is cross-disciplinary. This gives you the opportunity to work with students and staff in the School of Engineering. You'll benefit from industry links with:
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