|University website:||Complex Systems|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||5,500 RON|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||5,500 RON|
COMPLEX IS THE NEW SIMPLE: the rapid technological advance in all fields of engineering leads to a severe increase in the complexity of the studied corresponding systems. The control systems are embedded in everyday life, but have become large-scale, highly heterogenous and complex. The modelling and control of such systems is calling for specific design procedures and algorithms tailored to their complexity and high dimension.
This program offers practical aptitudes in the design, the analysis and the control of complex systems along the rapid development of Smart systems (such as Smart Cities, Smart Energy, Smart Transportation, etc.) throughout Europe. We consider ourselves up to date with all the current result in this field and our human resource, having results of international reputation, will get you involved in projects dealing with all the afore mentioned novel topics.
Pre-requisites: Theoretical and practical applied science engineering/economic knowledge.
At the end of the program, students will have knowledge and abilities regarding: operating with theories, concepts and scientific methods in the field of systems engineering; the aptitude of writing and reviewing scientific papers; developing algorithms for the analysis, the modelling and the simulation of complex systems; designing and implementing control algorithms for complex systems; using advanced scientific computing and information processing for big data systems, nonlinear systems and highly-dimensional systems; dealing with the scientific research of complex systems.
The students joining this master program benefit from second year scholarships at SUPELEC and Ecole Centrale de Lille, France. The students graduate with a double degree, one from the Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science and another one from a foreign partner. The program is run in collaboration with the Free University of Amsterdam and offers a double degree to master graduates.