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Engineering Informatics

Engineering Informatics

Bachelor Study Sub-programme, Faculty of Chemical Engineering

Overview

Study programme is designed for students who tend to the technical and natural sciences and are interested in working with computers. In addition to the standard of knowledge and skills of computer science and information technology, students learn how to use methods of Informatics as well as analysis and computer simulation of processes and the collection and processing of data with application in chemistry, biomedicine, bioengineering, environmental monitoring, economics and process control. Course contents also information technologies, including computer networks, database systems, computer graphics, signal and image processing, and the use of multimedia.

Careers

Graduates of the bachelor's degree usually continue in the master study at the UCT Prague in programmes such as Applied engineering informatics or Sensor and cybernetics in chemistry. Due to the high proportion of universal science and technical education graduates may possibly find application as a qualified specialist in the field of information and communication technologies with potential additional focus on applications in the chemical engineering and biotechnology systems, ecology and economics.

Details

Study Language Czech
Duration 3 years
Form of study full time
Place of study Praha
Capacity 30 students
Study Programme Chemical Informatics and Bioinformatics (code B2845)
Study sub-programme code 3902R023
Suggested subsequent study in sub-programmes Applied Information Engineering
Detailed information at departments Department of Computing and Control Engineering
Selection of recent theses
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