School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science of South Ural State University invites English-speaking students to enroll in the Master degree programmes taught in English:
Within these programmes, you would learn database administration and management, Big Data processing, IoT infrastructure design, cloud and mobile technologies for the development of IoT solutions and much more!
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) of SUSU was created in 2016 as part of the «5-100» program as an association of the Faculty of Computer technologies, Control and Radio Electronics and the Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Informatics.
The structure of the School of Electronics and Computer Science includes 10 departments, who are training bachelors, specialists, masters, and PhDs in the fields Instrumentation and automatic control, electronics and computer science.
The Global Game Jam, a video game development competition, was held at the SUSU School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science January 31st through February 1st. The major worldwide contest was organized at SUSU for the seventh time already.
Professor Omar Fahmi, Associate Professor of Future University, Egypt, senior research fellow of the SUSU Department of Electronic Computing Machines, has been delivering lectures at the SUSU School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science this week.
SUSU EECS team, led by the lecturer of Automation and Control Department Evgeniy Kanashev won Grand Prix in the finale of the contest of projects in the sphere of Internet of Things organized by the Samsung Corp.
Scientists of EECS have developed a neural network that allows distinguishing between positive and negative feedback from air travelers’ twits. This would allow increasing the satisfaction of airline customers. The results of the study were published in the highly-rated Journal of Big Data (Scopus, TOP-10%).
Centre of Amateur Space and Satellite Communication was to start operating at South Ural State University. Ceremony of the Centre’s opening took place on the Cosmonautics Day. In the first part of the Centre’s opening, a video message was received from the International Space Station (ISS), and a communication session with the ISS was on April 15.
University applicants, who intend to work at international corporations in the sphere of automation and information technology, are getting enrolled to the leading higher education institution of the country.