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In the master’s degree in Computer Science, research is carried out on the theoretical modeling of real problems in the form of algorithms and their application. Theoretical computer science forms the basis with the question of how and in what complexity a problem can be represented algorithmically, while practical computer science develops methods and concepts for solving such problems. Computer engineering, on the other hand, deals with the basics of hardware. Finally, application and implementation take place in the field of applied computer science.
An example of a practical field of application is the automotive sector, in which not only intelligent route calculations, but also vehicle control systems can no longer be imagined without complex software. In the field of robot technology, complicated programming is also necessary in order to approximate human capabilities and enable autonomous decisions.
As part of the master's program, it is possible to deepen in depth in four different research areas: Algorithmics, Graphics / Vision / Audio, Information and Communication Management, Intelligent Systems.
UniversityUniversity of Bonn
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