Course List

LIST 1 (FOR THE PROGRAMS SEE HEREAfter selected the course, click on the link below “Partition” to see the course program in English )

  1. Advanced Algorithms (6CFU -1st)
  2. Complexity and Information Theory (6CFU – 1st) [M]
  3. Applied Statistics and Data Analysis (6 CFU – 1st) [S]
  4. Auditory and Tactile Interactions (6CFU – 2nd)
  5. Automated Reasoning (6CFU – 1st)  [M]
  6. Automatic system verification: theory and applications (9CFU – 2nd)
  7. Computer Network Security / Cybersecurity (6CFU – 2nd)
  8. Semantics and Concurrency (9 CFU – 2nd)
  9. Design of Mobile Applications (6CFU – 1st)
  10. Distributed Systems (9CFU – 1st semester) [M]
  11. Information Retrieval (6CFU  2nd)  [M]
  12. Interactive 3D Graphics (6CFU – 2nd)
  13. Formal Methods (6 CFU – 2nd) [*]
  14. Languages and compilers (9CFU – 2nd) [*]
  15. Logics for Informatics (6 CFU – 1st) [*] [S]
  16. Multimedia System Design (6CFU – 1st)
  17. Network Science [S] (6CFU – 1st)
  18. Object Oriented Analysis and Design (9 CFU – 2nd)
  19. Operations Research [*][S] (6 CFU – 1st)
  20. Robotics (6CFU – 1st)
  21. Semantic Web (6 CFU – 1st)
  22. Static Program Analysis and Verification by Abstract Interpretation (6CFU – 1st)
  23. Virtual Reality and Persuasive User Experience (aka Web Design and User Experience)  (9 CFU –  2nd)
  24. Computational Geometry (6CFU –  E/O – 2nd)
  25. Medical Informatics (aka Data & Techniques for E-Health) (6CFU – E/O -2nd)
  26. Recommender Systems (aka Personalization of Web Content) (6CFU – E/O – 1st)
  27. Numerical Algorithms and Applications (6CFU  – O/E – probably 2nd)
  28. Advanced Databases and GIS (6CFU –  O/E – probably 2nd)
  29. Advanced Web Technologies (6 CFU –  O/E – probably 2nd)
  30. Advanced Human-Computer Interaction (6CFU – NO)
  31. Algorithms and Models for Decisions (6CFU – NO)

[*] are courses mandatory for the National Master Program.

1st (semester) means october-january, 2nd (semester) means march-june.

[M] means already in the set of Mandatory courses of the International Program.

[S] means already in the set S of the (one-of-four) optional courses.

E/O means that the course is active in even/odd academic years (eg 2018/19, 2020/21)

O/E means that it is active in the odd/even academic years (eg 2017/18, 2019/20)

NO means not offered in 18/19 (probably offered in 19/20)

CFU is the same as ECTS