MSc in Electronic Information Engineering - Electronic & Electrical Engineering - Trinity College Dublin
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Our sponsors (Huawei Research and Qualcomm) are providing bursaries worth up to €5000.
Bursaries are awarded to applicants on a competitive basis.
An announcement will be made after the deadline closes.

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MSc in Electronic Information Engineering

We are in the next Industrial revolution and the challenge faced by graduates is to succeed in an age of automation. There is no aspect of modern life that is now not altered by information processing engines. Examples include teaching (online learning and assessment), automotive (driverless cars and electronic control systems), the economy (high speed automated trading), entertainment and shopping (virtual assistants and recommendation engines), health (automated diagnostics and non-invasive body scanning) and the digital humanities.

The principles enabling the design of this new wave of products are embodied in the discipline of Information Engineering. This course aims to equip graduates with a deep knowledge and understanding of the design tools for modern computational products and systems. Graduates specialise in fundamental theory and applications relating to the generation, distribution, analysis and use of information in engineering and science.

Course Director: Prof. Anil Kokaram

Course Administrator: Michael O'Riordan

Course Tel:: +353 1 896 2508



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