Part time Doctorate Program in Computer Engineering

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Computer Engineering

A PhD or Doctor of Philosophy is a postgraduate academic degree awarded by universities. Once one attains a PhD he or she may often be referred to as a doctor.

In Computer Engineering, you will be exposed to the right skills in handling the devices and structuring quality techniques and algorithms in computers. Learn more and do effective research while on your doctorate program in fields such as Computer architecture and VLSI and FPGA, Robotics, automation, machine perception and sensing or Software engineering, Web development and computational sciences.

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PhD in Information and Communication Engineering

Nanjing University Of Posts And Telecommunications
Campus 3 years September 2017 China Nanjing

PhD in Information and Communication Engineering [+]

Best Part time Doctorates in Computer Engineering 2017. The Requirements of Educational Background 1. For those who pursue a bachelor's degree, the applicant must have a high school diploma, excellent performance during high school period, and good health. In principle, not older than 25 years of age. 2. For those who pursue a master's degree, the applicant must have a related bachelor degree, excellent performance during undergraduate study, and good health. In principle, not older than 35 years of age. 3. For those who pursue a doctor's degree, the applicant must have a related master degree, excellent performance during graduate study, and good health. In principle, not older than 40 years of age. The Language Requirements Undergraduate and graduate admission should meet requirements of IELTS or TOEFL. If the applicant has no corresponding certificate, he/she can participate in language training, and could start the professional learning phase after passing the training. The Application Materials 1. NUPT application form; 2. highest graduation certificate; 3. college transcript; 4. one recommendation letter; 5. resume; 6. study plan; 7. passport; 8. passport-sized photo. Admission Procedures 1. NUPT will issue the applicant a scanned pre-admission letter if he/she is qualified,and he/she needs pay the accomadation fee(4000rmb),application fee(400) and insurance fee(600),altogher 5000rmb in advance in due 10 days,then NUPT will issue the "admission notice" and JW202 to the applicant.About the scholarship, for the new students,all of them can get first level scholarship (TUITION FREE) for the first year,for more information on scholarship,check "NUPT International Student Scholarship Management Regulations". 2. The admitted applicant should go to The People's Republic of China embassy (consulate) to apply to study in China (X1) visa with admission notice and JW202 form. 3. The admitted student should carry “Admission Notice of NUPT International Students”, “FOREIGNER PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM” (The table is only valid for six months, the applicant is advised to do physical examination in April-July), the original highest certificate,transcript and ten passport-sized photos to register in Department of International Cooperation & Exchanges of NUPT in accordance with the stipulated time on “Admission Notice of NUPT International Students”. Housing Introduction Young Teachers Apartment Building 10, Xianlin Campus Accommodation Fee: 4000 RMB/yearfor one student living in a double room. If the PhD student wants to live alone in a double room, the fee will be doubled. Application Mode and the Application Time 1. Application materials should be sent scanned copies to the above e-mail,and the word-format application form is preferred. 2. Application deadline is May 31 of each year. [-]

Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science (Ph.D.)

The George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Science
Campus 4 - 6 years September 2017 USA District of Columbia

Offered through the Department of Computer Science, the Ph.D. program in Computer Science is designed to equip students with excellent skills at the forefront of computing. Through research and teaching, the Department contributes to computing breakthroughs that are fueling advances in medicine, communications, transportation, security, and other areas vital to society and the world. [+]

Program Overview Offered through the Department of Computer Science, the Ph.D. program in Computer Science is designed to equip students with excellent skills at the forefront of computing. Through research and teaching, the Department contributes to computing breakthroughs that are fueling advances in medicine, communications, transportation, security, and other areas vital to society and the world. The doctoral degree is based on coursework as well as research that leads to a dissertation. It is recommended that students interested in the doctoral degree contact the faculty whose interests best fit his/her interest. Areas of research focus center around these topics: computer security and information assurance, software engineering and systems, bioinformatics and biomedical computing, networking and mobile computing, pervasive computing and embedded systems, machine intelligence, robotics, and algorithms and theory. Courses focus in the following areas: Algorithms and theory Computer architecture, networks, parallel and distributed computing Computer security and information assurance Database and information retrieval systems Machine intelligence and cognition Multimedia, animation, graphics, and user interface Software engineering and systems The program is designed to prepare students for exciting and rewarding careers in information technology, medicine, film, business, government, and engineering. With the unique location of Washington, D.C., students have access one of the highest concentrations of high-tech companies in the country and federal institutes, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH), NASA, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the Naval Research Laboratory. Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science (Ph.D.) Credit hours (for those with a master's degree): 30 Credit hours (for those without a master's degree): 54 Other requirements: Course requirements: Students must take one course from each of the three areas: theory, systems, and applications. Students must also take one advanced topics course. For students without a prior master's degree, 15 credit hours may be taken outside of the department; for those with a prior master's degree, nine credit hours may be taken. Preliminary exam: Students must pass the exam within four semesters of starting the program Dissertation committee: Students are responsible for forming a dissertation committee comprised of three members in addition to the advisor and co-advisor(s). Dissertation proposal exam: Students must first pass the preliminary exam prior to the dissertation proposal exam. The student must then submit a written proposal for evaluation and undergo an oral exam. Peer-reviewed papers: Students are expected to have at least two or three conference or journal papers accepted for publication prior to the dissertation defense. Colloquium requirement: Students must attend a minimum of two seminars, workshops, or symposia sponsored by the department in order to fulfill this zero-credit requirement. Doctoral Degree Program Requirements Number of credit hours: For direct Ph.D. degree students: 54 credit hours (minimum of 18 credit hours of course work available for graduate credit and minimum of 12 credit hours of dissertation research credits (CSCI 8999)) For post-Master’s Ph.D. students: 18 credit hours of course work available for graduate credit and 12 credit hours of dissertation research credits (CSCI 8999) Specific course requirements: At least one course from each of the following three areas: 1) theory, 2) systems; and 3) applications. The purpose is to introduce students to the major methods of computer science research at the graduate level. Theory research involves constructing formal models of computation; validation is primarily by mathematical proof. Systems research involves improving computing infrastructure to make it faster, more reliable, more secure, etc.; validation is primarily empirical or analytical. Applied research involves using computers to solve problems of interest. Validation is primarily through demonstration that a method is effective in solving a problem. Theory: CSci 4314, 6212, 6213, 6311, 6312, 6331, 6341, 6362 Systems: CSci 6431, 6441, 6461, 6541 Applications: CSci 6351, 6364, 6365, 6443, 6448, 6511, 6521, 6525, 6527, 6554, 6555 At least one advanced topics course. CSci courses at the 8000 level with “Advanced” in the title satisfy this requirement. With approval of the student’s advisor, a CSci 6907 course may also satisfy this requirement. A maximum of 15 credits outside of the department for direct Ph.D. students; a maximum of 9 credits outside of the department for post-Master’s Ph.D. students. Ph.D. Admissions Requirements Applicants must submit the following materials in order to be considered for admission into a master's program at SEAS. All materials except test scores must be uploaded to the online application form: Online Application Transcripts Scanned copies of unofficial transcripts are required from all colleges and universities attended, whether or not credit was earned; the program was not completed; or the credit appears as transfer credit on another transcript. Please ensure that all transcripts are properly scanned and attached to the online application form. Otherwise, applicants will receive notifications requesting legible transcripts, which may delay review of their application. Please do not mail official transcripts unless you are instructed to do so by a SEAS admissions officer. Admissions decisions are based on unofficial transcripts. For international applicants, please see additional requirements for attaching foreign transcripts to the online application. GRE scores The Graduate Records Examination (GRE) is required of all applicants, except for those applying for a Combined Five-Year Program. GRE scores must be sent to institution code 5246 through the Educational Testing Service (ETS). There is no minimum score required on the GRE for admission. However, applicants are encouraged to score within the 90th percentile of the Quantitative section of the exam in order to be considered competitive. To see average GRE scores from the most recent incoming class, visit the Graduate Student Profile. English proficiency exam scores (international applicants) International applicants who did not receive a degree from an institution situated in the United States or English-speaking country must also submit scores from the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE Academic exams. Please view the International Admissions section for information on English language exam score requirements and sending scores to GW. Letters of Recommendation A minimum of three (3) letters of recommendation is required to be submitted with the online application form. At least one recommendation should be from an advisor and/or faculty member(s) at the institution from which you earned your highest degree. Statement of Purpose Applicants must include an essay of 400-600 words that clearly states their purpose in undertaking graduate study at the George Washington University; explains their academic objectives, research interests, and career plans; and discusses related qualifications including collegiate, professional, and community activities, as well as any other substantial accomplishments not already mentioned. It is strongly encouraged that essays stay within the 600 word limit. While applicants are not penalized for submitting longer essays, concise essays are more effective in demonstrating an applicant's motivation. The Statement of Purpose must be written by the applicant. Any essay found to have been written by anyone other than the applicant, or plagiarized from other published materials, will be withdrawn from consideration. Résumé/CV A current résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) should be uploaded with the online application form. If you have published articles in peer-reviewed publications, please include them as a hyperlink. Ph.D. applicants applicants must also demonstrate the following requirements in order to be considered for admission: A bachelor’s or master’s degree in a relevant area from an accredited institution If applicant has obtained a master’s degree, a minimum grade point average of 3.5 (on a scale of 4.0) is required, as well as coursework in advanced software paradigms, computer architectures, design and analysis of algorithms. If applicant has only obtained a bachelor’s degree, the minimum grade point average must be a 3.3 (on a scale of 4.0). Completion of two math courses beyond pre-calculus Strong academic background that includes courses in structured programming language, discrete structures, and data structures [-]

Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Engineering (Ph.D.)

The George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Science
Campus 4 - 6 years September 2017 USA District of Columbia

The doctoral program in computer engineering is designed to involve students in cutting-edge research in the areas of computer architecture and high-performance computing, or microelectronics and VLSI systems. The research interests of the faculty in the computer architecture and high-performance computing area span computer architecture, parallel processing, cloud computing, and high-performance and grid computing. [+]

Best Part time Doctorates in Computer Engineering 2017. Program Overview The doctoral program in computer engineering is designed to involve students in cutting-edge research in the areas of computer architecture and high-performance computing, or microelectronics and VLSI systems. The research interests of the faculty in the computer architecture and high-performance computing area span computer architecture, parallel processing, cloud computing, and high-performance and grid computing. In the microelectronics and VLSI design area, the faculty's interests include the design and modeling of electronic and nanoelectronic devices and systems, microfluidic devices integrated with electronic devices, the design of MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) for sensors and for RF-MEMS devices, micro and nanoelectronic circuits with applications to sensors and biosensors, and techniques to develop CMOS Integrated sensors and their interface circuits using analog and digital circuits. Offered through the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Ph.D. in Computer Engineering prepares students to learn and apply sophisticated computer architecture and integrated circuit design techniques using industry-standard computer-aided design tools. Faculty and students work together to explore solutions for photonic computing; create state-of-the-art advances in high-performance computing; and improve the reliability of cloud computing. The program offers up-to-date knowledge and skills in the advances of computer systems architecture and networking, as well as the rapidly-growing use of superscalar microprocessors, real-time embedded systems, VLSI and ASIC design modules, digital signal processors, and networked computing platforms. The program offers a flexible schedule that includes courses in the late afternoon and evening, as well as the ability to choose a thesis or non-thesis degree option. Students choose from two areas of focus: Computer architecture and high-performance computing MEMS, electronics, and photonics (microelectronics and VLSI systems) Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Engineering (Ph.D.) Credit hours (for those with a master's degree): 30 Credit hours (for those without a master's degree): 54 Duration: 4-6 years Other requirements: ​Scholarship requirement: Doctoral students in the Computer Engineering program must have a minimum GPA of 3.4 at the time of graduation. Students must have a B or higher in all courses to count toward the degree. Seminar requirement: All doctoral students must present one departmental seminar, excluding the dissertation defense, prior to graduation. Colloquium requirement: All doctoral students must attend five seminars, workshops, or symposia sponsored by the department in order to fulfill this zero-credit requirement. Areas of focus Computer Architecture and High-Performance Computing Faculty in this area are involved in research on topics such as computer architecture, parallel processing, cloud computing, and high-performance and grid computing. MEMS, Electronics, and Photonics Faculty in this area are involved in research on topics such as the design and modeling of electronic and nanoelectronic devices and systems, microfluidic devices integrated with electronic devices, the design of MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) for sensors and for RF-MEMS devices, micro and nanoelectronic circuits with applications to sensors and biosensors, and techniques to develop CMOS Integrated sensors and their interface circuits using analog and digital circuits. Ph.D. Admissions Requirements Applicants must submit the following materials in order to be considered for admission into a master's program at SEAS. All materials except test scores must be uploaded to the online application form: Online Application Transcripts Scanned copies of unofficial transcripts are required from all colleges and universities attended, whether or not credit was earned; the program was not completed; or the credit appears as transfer credit on another transcript. Please ensure that all transcripts are properly scanned and attached to the online application form. Otherwise, applicants will receive notifications requesting legible transcripts, which may delay review of their application. Please do not mail official transcripts unless you are instructed to do so by a SEAS admissions officer. Admissions decisions are based on unofficial transcripts. For international applicants, please see additional requirements for attaching foreign transcripts to the online application. GRE scores The Graduate Records Examination (GRE) is required of all applicants, except for those applying for a Combined Five-Year Program. GRE scores must be sent to institution code 5246 through the Educational Testing Service (ETS). There is no minimum score required on the GRE for admission. However, applicants are encouraged to score within the 90th percentile of the Quantitative section of the exam in order to be considered competitive. To see average GRE scores from the most recent incoming class, visit the Graduate Student Profile. English proficiency exam scores (international applicants) International applicants who did not receive a degree from an institution situated in the United States or English-speaking country must also submit scores from the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE Academic exams. Please view the International Admissions section for information on English language exam score requirements and sending scores to GW. Letters of Recommendation A minimum of three (3) letters of recommendation is required to be submitted with the online application form. At least one recommendation should be from an advisor and/or faculty member(s) at the institution from which you earned your highest degree. Statement of Purpose Applicants must include an essay of 400-600 words that clearly states their purpose in undertaking graduate study at the George Washington University; explains their academic objectives, research interests, and career plans; and discusses related qualifications including collegiate, professional, and community activities, as well as any other substantial accomplishments not already mentioned. It is strongly encouraged that essays stay within the 600 word limit. While applicants are not penalized for submitting longer essays, concise essays are more effective in demonstrating an applicant's motivation. The Statement of Purpose must be written by the applicant. Any essay found to have been written by anyone other than the applicant, or plagiarized from other published materials, will be withdrawn from consideration. Résumé/CV A current résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) should be uploaded with the online application form. If you have published articles in peer-reviewed publications, please include them as a hyperlink. Ph.D. applicants applicants must also demonstrate the following requirements in order to be considered for admission: A bachelor’s or master’s degree in a relevant area from an accredited institution If the applicant has obtained a master’s, a minimum grade point average of 3.4 (on a scale of 4.0) is required. If the applicant has only obtained a bachelor’s degree, the minimum grade point average must be a 3.3 (on a scale of 4.0). Identified one to three SEAS faculty members whose research interests most closely match their own and note this on the application form. A strong academic or relevant professional background pertinent to the field of study Demonstrated capacity for original research [-]

PhD in Software Systems

Charles University Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

A graduate of the Software Systems doctoral study program is an expert in some of the key fields of computer science (particularly database systems, formal verification, information systems, software engineering). [+]

Subject entrance examination The subject entrance examination takes the form of a discussion about the chosen study programme and the intended doctoral thesis topic. The committee judges the applicant's interest in the field, motivation, expertise, and overall readiness for doctoral studies. The level of knowledge expected is that required for passing the state final examination of the corresponding master's study programme and branch at Charles University. The applicant must demonstrate his/her insight into the basic areas of science relevant to the chosen thesis topic. The committee also takes into account documents submitted with the application, namely the statement by the proposed advisor, by the head of the proposed training department, recommendation letters, CV, and the letter of motivation. Language entrance examination The language entrance examination verifies that you have an adequate command of the English language, i.e. at least at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Conditions for admission Admission for studies You will be admitted for studies if you have completed a Master degree programme, successfully pass (or get a waiver of) the subject and language entrance examination, and if an advisor in the required study programme is available. Information on the exercise of graduates A graduate of the Software Systems doctoral study program is an expert in some of the key fields of computer science (particularly database systems, formal verification, information systems, software engineering). (S)he is trained to further expand this expertise through individual and team research, to apply it in practice, and to pass it on through teaching. (S)he is aware of the need for continuous adaptation and can stay on par with state of the art, as necessitated by the ever changing conditions and requirements imposed by the intense development in the subject domain. (S)he can work as a researcher in both national and international scientific institutions, as a university teacher, and as a manager or specialist in top software industry positions (as is well illustrated by the employment history of the existing program graduates). [-]

PhD in Mathematical and Computer Modelling

Charles University Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

This diploma holder has completed the program of combined mathematics and physics, focused on modeling in physics of solids, liquids, gasses, and plasmas. In accord with the doctoral thesis topic, he/she was devoted to continual, particle, or hybrid modeling, with emphasis either in mathematics or in physics. [+]

Best Part time Doctorates in Computer Engineering 2017. Subject entrance examination The subject entrance examination takes the form of a discussion about the chosen study programme and the intended doctoral thesis topic. The committee judges the applicant's interest in the field, motivation, expertise, and overall readiness for doctoral studies. The level of knowledge expected is that required for passing the state final examination of the corresponding master's study programme and branch at Charles University. The applicant must demonstrate his/her insight into the basic areas of science relevant to the chosen thesis topic. The committee also takes into account documents submitted with the application, namely the statement by the proposed advisor, by the head of the proposed training department, recommendation letters, CV, and the letter of motivation. Language entrance examination The language entrance examination verifies that you have an adequate command of the English language, i.e. at least at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Conditions for admission Admission for studies You will be admitted for studies if you have completed a Master degree programme, successfully pass (or get a waiver of) the subject and language entrance examination, and if an advisor in the required study programme is available. Information on the exercise of graduates This diploma holder has completed the program of combined mathematics and physics, focused on modeling in physics of solids, liquids, gasses, and plasmas. In accord with the doctoral thesis topic, he/she was devoted to continual, particle, or hybrid modeling, with emphasis either in mathematics or in physics. Continual modeling in this program is focused on the mechanics and thermodynamics of fluids or solids and on mathematical and numerical analysis and solution of the corresponding systems of partial differential equations. Particle and hybrid modeling is devoted to the study of macromolecules, thin films, surfaces, and plasmas. Alumni from this program exhibit solid knowledge of mathematics, physics, and computational methods, are flexible, and possess ability to formulate, analyze, and solve numerically real-world problems. [-]

Doctoral Programme in Information Systems and Technology

University of Minho - School of Engineering
Campus 8 semesters October 2017 Portugal Guimarães

The Doctoral Program in Information Systems and Technologies Doctoral Program (PDTSI – http://pdtsi.dsi.uminho.pt) aims at training researchers that, in an autonomous way, conduct R&D activities in the field of Information Systems and Technologies (TSI). This training is certified with the awarding of the title of Doctor. [+]

Doctoral Programme in Information Systems and Technology The Doctoral Program in Information Systems and Technologies(PDTSI – http://pdtsi.dsi.uminho.pt) aims at training researchers that, in an autonomous way, conduct R&D activities in the field of Information Systems and Technologies (TSI). This training is certified with the awarding of the title of Doctor. The performed R&D activities focus on social and organizational phenomena related with the adoption and use of information technologies. PhD projects may result in technological or theoretical contributions relevant to organizational interventions aiming to enhance organizational development and well being, or to develop innovative computational platforms with the potential to transform organizational or social practices, interactions and relationships. Access to higher education The conclusion of this Doctoral degree allows the realization of research activity at post-doctoral level. Access forms Access to this cycle of studies requires an application to the School of Engineering of the University of Minho. Formal requirements Master degree in the fields of Information Systems and Technologies, Management Information Systems; Informatics; Computer Science; Information Science. Candidates form areas such Engineering, Economics, Management, Social and Human Sciences might also be admitted. Candidates that do hold a master degree might be admitted if they exhibit a relevant academic and professional curriculum vita Application deadlines 1st Phase 24th August to 4th September, 2015 (Academic Year 2015/2016) 2nd Phase 4th to 15th January, 2016 (Academic Year 2015/2016) 3rd Phase 4th to 15th January, 2016 (Academic Year 2016/2017) [-]

Doctoral Programme in Electronics and Computer Engineering

University of Minho - School of Engineering
Campus 6 semesters October 2017 Portugal Guimarães

The PhD in Electronics and Computer Engineering aims at providing the students with skills, competences and methods which allow them the ability to conceive, design adapt and perform a high level scientific research project, according to internationally recognized quality and innovation parameters. [+]

Best Part time Doctorates in Computer Engineering 2017. The PhD in Electronics and Computer Engineering aims at providing the students with skills, competences and methods which allow them the ability to conceive, design adapt and perform a high level scientific research project, according to internationally recognized quality and innovation parameters. The specific domain of this course is Electronics and Computer Engineering, including the following scientific areas: Automation, Control and Robotics, Power Electronics and Embedded Systems Instrumentation, Sensors and Actuators Microtechnologies and Microsystems Telecommunication Systems and Services. The conclusion of this PhD implies a curricular component (doctoral course) and a dissertation. The course is comprised by transversal Curricular Units (CU), a dissertation planning CU and advanced training CUs, in a total of 60 ECTS. The presentation of each edition of the PhD course will define the list of final CU?s. Access to higher education The conclusion of this Doctoral degree allows the realization of research activity at post-doctoral level. Access forms Access to this cycle of studies requires an application to the School of Engineering of the University of Minho. Formal requirements MSc in Electronics and Computer Engineering or similar area; 1st cycle degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering, or similar, provided that the CV confirms an adequate scientific preparation. Application deadlines 1st Phase 24th August to 4th September, 2015 (Academic Year 2015/2016) 2nd Phase 4th to 15th January, 2016 (Academic Year 2015/2016) 3rd Phase 4th to 15th January, 2016 (Academic Year 2016/2017) [-]

PhD in Software Engineering

Central South University School of Software
Campus September 2017 China Changsha

The objective of the Ph.D. program is to educate highly qualified researchers required for the expansion of fundamental knowledge and technological innovation through research and development. [+]

PhD in Software Engineering The objective of the Ph.D. program is to educate highly qualified researchers required for the expansion of fundamental knowledge and technological innovation through research and development, as well as the needs of institutions of higher learning.The international students can either join the ordinary classes taught in Chinese with Chinese students, or join separate classes taught in English. Major areas for doctoral work are: Mobile Computing and Wireless Networks; Distributed Systems; Computer Networks and Protocols; Parallel Algorithms and Architectures; Ad Hoc Networks; Databases; Semantics Web; Bioinformatics; Software Architecture; Software Measurement; Software Comprehension and Maintenance; Dependable Software. Education Prerequisites Individuals should have a minimum of a bachelor's degree before they apply to become software engineering doctoral students. Potential Career Options A Ph.D. program in software engineering prepares most graduates for careers in academia or research. Some potential career options include: Professor of software engineering Industrial laboratory researcher Software engineer Engineering laboratory director Industrial developer Courses Courses included in a typical Ph.D. program in software engineering cover research methodologies and advanced topics. Some examples include: User interfaced software Secure software systems Advanced computer networks Algorithms Software systems models Software management Software artifact analysis Systems engineering design [-]

PhD in Computer Engineering

Yasar University
Campus 4 years September 2017 Turkey İzmir

The innovative programs offered by the Department aim to prepare students to become highly qualified professionals needed [+]

Best Part time Doctorates in Computer Engineering 2017. The innovative programs offered by the Department aim to prepare students to become highly qualified professionals needed in industry, government, and academia. The department of Computer Engineering was establihed in 1993 at the Faculty of Engineering. A four-year Computer Engineering program based on practice-oriented curriulum is offered. The department also offers Master of Science and Doctoral programs in Computer Engineering. Modern educational infrastructure and teaching environment support our mission to provide studens high level computer engineering education. The undergraduate curricula are designed to enable graduades to identify, formulate, and solve problems using engineering principles. The practice-oriented programs encourage students to work on real world problems and gain some work experience. Furthermore it is expected that these programs supported with modern computer laboratories and advanced foreign language teaching facilities provide significant advantages for our graduates to work within a global economy and within a competitive environment. Apart from the fundemental courses such as calculus and physics the enginering courses included in the curricilum are logic design, microproccessors, computer architecture, programming languages, discrete structures, databases, operating systems, computer networks and comoputer graphics. Some elective courses including image processing, neural networks, e-commerce, geographical information systems also offered to enhance the curriculum. [-]

PhD in Computational Sciences and Engineering

Koc University - Istanbul Turkey
Campus September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Graduate education in computational science and engineering (CMSE) at Koç University is offered through an interdisciplinary program among the Departments of the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering . [+]

PhD in Computational Sciences and Engineering Graduate education in computational science and engineering (CMSE) at Koç University is offered through an interdisciplinary program among the Departments of the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering . In this program graduate students are trained on modern computational science techniques and their applications to solve scientific and engineering problems. New technological problems and associated research challenges heavily depend on computational modeling and problem solving. Because of the availability of powerful and inexpensive computers model-based computational experimentation is now a standard approach to analysis and design of complex systems where real experiments can be expensive or infeasible. Graduates of the CMSE Program should be capable of formulating solutions to computational problems through the use of multidisciplinary knowledge gained from a combination of classroom and laboratory experiences in basic sciences and engineering. Individuals with B.S. degrees in biology, chemistry, physics, and related engineering disciplines should apply for graduate study in the CMSE Program. Research areas of interest... [-]


PhD in Computer Science and Engineering

Koc University - Istanbul Turkey
Campus September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

An interdisciplinary program on the physical and chemical fundamentals of material synthesis, characterization, structure-property behavior, processing and computationa [+]

Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering 

 

An interdisciplinary program on the physical and chemical fundamentals of material synthesis, characterization, structure-property behavior, processing and computational modeling; with emphasis on practical laboratory experience. Research areas of interest:

 

Nanostructured materials Photonics & laser materials Polymeric materials & composites Fuel cells & hydrogen storage materials Processing & device applications Protein biochemistry & biotechnology Micro-optics & micro-nano system technologies

 

Application

EARLY APPLICATION DEADLINE : APRIL 21, 2013 REGULAR APPLICATION DEADLINE: JUNE 16, 2013 ... [-]

PhD in Computer Engineering

Izmir University of Economics
Campus 4 years September 2017 Turkey Balçova

Ever increasing spread of information technology into people’s daily lifes calls for a constantly escalating intensity in scientific research and study. The Computer Engineering doctorate program, with this intention, paves the way for students to contribute to the world of science by giving them all the tools and the know-how required for an advanced study. [+]

Ever increasing spread of information technology into people’s daily lifes calls for a constantly escalating intensity in scientific research and study. The Computer Engineering doctorate program, with this intention, paves the way for students to contribute to the world of science by giving them all the tools and the know-how required for an advanced study. Courses POOL 008 Theoretical Courses CE 695 Seminar POOL 009 System Courses CE 697 Individual Studies in Computer Engineering CE 698 Thesis Proposal in Computer Engineering CE 699 Thesis Elective Courses CE 601 Advanced Algorithms CE 602 Advanced Computer Architecture CE 603 Advanced Distributed Database Systems CE 604 Advanced Computer Graphics CE 605 Wireless Sensor Networks CE 606 Video Coding and Decoding CE 607 Information Security CE 608 Formal Specification and Verification of Concurrent Systems CE 609 Advanced Numerical Analysis CE 610 Sparse Approximation Algorithms CE 611 Design Patterns and Code Refactoring CE 612 Software Evolution and Maintenance Application Requirements for International Students Who can apply? Foreign nationals Blue Card holders (Turkish citizens by birth, but released from citizenship by the Ministry of the Internal Affairs, and who can certify that their minor children who are registered in that permit are eligible for the rights stated in Law No. 5203) Foreign nationals who became Turkish citizen afterwards/dual citizens in the same status Turkish nationals who completed the last three years of their secondary education (high school) in a foreign country excluding Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, (including those who completed their entire secondary education (high school) at Turkish schools in the presence of Ministry of National Education in a foreign country excluding Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) before 01 February 2013. Turkish nationals who completed their entire secondary education (high school) in a foreign country excluding Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, (including those who completed their entire secondary education (high school) at Turkish schools in the presence of Ministry of National Education in a foreign country excluding Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) after 01 February 2013. Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus nationals who reside there and completed their secondary education there having a GCE AL certificate, and those, who registered to high schools in other countries between 2005-2010 and hold or will hold GCE AL certificate. Who cannot apply? Turkish nationals, who completed their entire secondary education in Turkey or in Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus nationals (excluding the ones who completed their entire secondary education there having a GCEAL certificate, and those, who registered to high schools in other countries between 2005-2010 and hold or will hold GCE AL certificate) Dual citizens who has a Turkish citizenship by birth. (excluding the ones who completed their entire secondary education in a foreign country excluding Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus/ those who completed their entire secondary education at Turkish schools in a foreign country excluding Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) Dual citizens who has a Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus citizenship (excluding the ones who completed their entire secondary education there having a GCEAL certificate, and those, who registered to high schools in other countries between 2005-2010 and hold or will hold GCE AL certificate) Turkish nationals or dual citizens, who have a Turkish citizenship by birth, that attend schools affiliated to the embassies in Turkey, and foreign high schools located in Turkey. [-]

Doctor of Computer Engineering (D.C.E.)

Northwestern Polytechnic University
Campus 5 years September 2017 USA Fremont

The DCE degree program is intended to develop the student’s ability in advanced academic study, practical research, and professional expertise in computer engineering. The learning shall not only lead to an understanding of complex modern computer engineering technology and systems but also develop the ability of innovative thinking and technology integration. [+]

Best Part time Doctorates in Computer Engineering 2017. The DCE degree program is intended to develop the student’s ability in advanced academic study, practical research, and professional expertise in computer engineering. The learning shall not only lead to an understanding of complex modern computer engineering technology and systems but also develop the ability of innovative thinking and technology integration. Current research emphases are in the fields of IC design, SOC design and nano-domain system integration, intelligent and ubiquitous embedded systems development and applications, and the newly emerging green technology such as cloud computing, virtualization, and mobile technology and applications. Background Preparation Students admitted into the DCE degree program are required to have proper computer engineering background preparation for taking the graduate level coursework. The DCE Admissions Committee is responsible for making an evaluation of each applicant’s academic background to determine whether there are any deficiencies the applicant is required to clear. D.C.E. Curriculum A minimum of 96 semester units of graduate study beyond a bachelor’s degree are required for the DCE program. Among them, 84 units are required to be graduate coursework and a minimum of 12 units are in doctoral dissertation or comprehensive research project work. Courses at the 4xxG level in the program curriculum must be taken at NPU in order to earn graduate credits. The student must meet prerequisite requirements when taking any of the following courses. The Foundation Requirements are the first group of courses that the student is required to take. I. Foundation Requirements (12 units - First semester of study) (Fundamentals of embedded engineering, software design, network engineering fundamentals, and signal processing and simulation techniques) CE450G Fundamentals of Embedded Engineering (3) CS464G Software Design and Implementations (3) CS470G Network Engineering and Management (3) EE450G Systems Analysis and Simulations (3) II. Core Requirements (18 units - First-second year of study) The student is required to take at least 18 units of coursework (6 courses) from the following list of courses. The student is advised to consider his/her dissertation research area of interest when selecting courses to meet the requirements in sections II and IV. CS480G Java and Internet Applications (3) EE461G Digital Design and HDL (3) EE467G Introduction to Nanoengineering (3) EE488G Computer Architecture (3) CE521 Real-time Systems and Programming (3) CE530 Embedded Software Design in Linux (3) CS501 Advanced Structured Programming and Algorithms (3) CS510 Advanced Unix/Linux Programming (3) CS515 Unix/Linux Network Programming (3) CS535 Network Security Fundamentals (3) EE509 Mobile and Wireless Communication (3) EE520 Advanced FPGA Design and Implementations (3) Upon completing the core requirements, the student is required to take three qualifying examinations. Qualifying Examinations (QE): The QE consist of three (3) subject areas. The student has a chance to select three exam subjects from a list provided by the Doctoral Program Committee. After the student has passed the Qualifying Examinations (QE), he/she is allowed to continue in the DCE program and begins to take courses listed in section III. The student is now a DCE candidate. III. Post-Candidacy Requirements (6 units - Second year of study) (Research methodology) DCE601 Research Methodology - I (3) DCE602 Research Methodology - II (3) IV. Advanced Studies (24 units - Third year of study) The doctoral candidate is required to take at least 24 units of advanced graduate courses to strengthen his/her background in preparation for his/her dissertation endeavor as well as to broaden his/her crossdisciplinary technical capabilities. The following are suggested course clusters provided to the DCE candidate for an in-depth study in his/her chosen research area; each cluster of courses corresponds to a major research area. Area 1. VLSI and Nanoengineering EE505 Advanced Digital IC Design (3) EE511 Advanced Analog IC Design (3) EE553 System on Chip (SOC) Design (3) EE584 Quantum Concepts and Applications in Nanoengineering (3) Area 2. Embedded Systems Design CE522 Embedded Design in Networking Environment (3) CE523 Embedded Design in Device Driver Environment (3) CS551 Mobile Computing for Android Mobile Devices (3) Area 3. Internet Technology and Mobile Computing CS501 Advanced Structured Programming and Algorithms (3) CS526 Advanced Web Programming (3) CS550 Data Mining and Business Intelligence (3) CS551 Mobile Computing for Android Mobile Devices (3) CS570 Big Data Processing – MapReduce Programming (3) CS571 Cloud Management – Hadoop Administration (3) Area 4. Network Engineering CS565 Advanced Network Management (3) CS571 Cloud Management – Hadoop Administration (3) CS575 Network Analysis and Testing (3) The doctoral candidate has the option to take courses in or outside the above cluster courses to meet the Advanced Studies requirement in section IV. Courses must be numbered at the 500 level or above in computer engineering areas (courses with EE, CE, CS designations). V. Electives (24 units - Fourth-fifth year of study) The student is required to take at least 24 units of graduate courses, which need not be limited to engineering, numbered at the 500 level or above to meet the electives requirement. The student is reminded that a cross disciplinary study of subjects can be desirable as the fast changing electronics and computer industries have become more demanding on engineers to have multidisciplinary skillsets. Curricular Practicum: Students without prior practical experience in related fields are required to engage in curricular practicum to work on company projects that are directly related to the student’s dissertation research or course of study. Others have the option to conduct curricular practicum when applicable. No more than 6 units earned from curricular practicum courses are counted for elective credit. The student must observe the rules required for taking the practicum courses. VI. Doctoral Dissertation (12 units - Fifth year of study) A Dissertation Committee (DC) must be formed by the doctoral candidate and approved by the DCE Program Committee before the student starts his/her doctoral research work. The doctoral candidate is required to earn a minimum of 12 units in dissertation coursework to meet the graduation requirement. DCE698 Dissertation – I (6) DCE699 Dissertation - II (6) [-]

Doctoral Studies in Computer Science and Telecommunications

University For Information Science And Technology
Campus 3 years September 2017 Macedonia Ohrid

Changes in the field of computer science and telecommunications have never been more dynamic. New information technologies are continually developed, and their transfer touches everywhere and takes place over a remarkable speed. [+]

Doctoral Studies in Computer Science and Telecommunications Introduction Changes in the field of computer science and telecommunications have never been more dynamic. New information technologies are continually developed, and their transfer touches everywhere and takes place over a remarkable speed. Modern research and studies in engineering worldwide, have as a major challenge the development of new technologies and methodologies that will provide modern solutions in the areas of information and communication technologies. The study program for doctoral studies in information technology actively monitors global and European trends and the needs of the society. This program is based on modern scientific knowledge in the field which allows students to acquire advanced research, theoretical and practical knowledge and develop the research skills, engineering knowledge and management skills. Program Outcomes The study program strives to put into focus the future challenges of information science and computer engineering which can be overcomed through continuous upgrade which in turn is possible only on the basis of modern scientific knowledge. The doctoral studies of this study program in information science and telecommunications is organized as: Three-year study program for full-time studies. Doctoral degree in Information Science and Telecommunication consists of: The qualitative features of the profile of the study program for doctoral studies at the University are expressed through modules. The courses of the doctoral studies, which will be realized with this study program fall under the following modules: Training in scientific research through courses for acquiring generic knowledge and research skills, advanced levels of education through courses in the specific field of research, doctoral seminars, workshops and research practices, research, preparation and defense of doctoral dissertation. PLEASE REQUEST MORE INFORMATION FOR SCHOLARSHIPS TO FOREIGN STUDENTS. [-]

PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Abdullah Gül University
Campus 4 years September 2017 Turkey Kayseri

Abdullah Gül University (AGU) aims to be a research-oriented university with state-of–the-art facilities designed for multi-disciplinary research and graduate studies. [+]

Best Part time Doctorates in Computer Engineering 2017. PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering (100% in English) Abdullah Gül University (AGU) aims to be a research-oriented university with state-of–the-art facilities designed for multi-disciplinary research and graduate studies. AGU faculty with full experience in national and international research projects will produce benefits for all stakeholders. AGU pays special attention to building relationships with industry in order to establish efficient collaboration for qualified R&D projects. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department’s PhD Programs at AGU emphasizes advanced graduate education for cutting-edge research. Our research focuses on current high-growth fields like optics, photonics, nanotechnology, biomedical and bioinformatics, information and communications technology, power systems engineering, energy, control and automation. We believe that Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) PhD program at AGU will build its reputation based on the quality of its faculty members and graduate students. Bright, motivated and ambitious graduate students with renowned professors in their field will help to develop one of the best ECE programs. Come and join us to build up a successful career at AGU! Research Topics: Optics, Photonics and Nanotechnology Micro and nanophotonic device and technologies Light detection and ranging – LIDAR Microwave photonics Laser system design Optical communication Metamaterials, plasmonics, photonic crystals Graphene and similar 2D crystal based nanophotonic devices Plasmonic biosensors and super absorbers for energy harvesting Semiconductor nanocrystal quantum dots, metal nanoparticles, nanocomposites Flexible and stretchable electronics Excitonic- plasmonic nanostructures for light harvesting Novel optoelectronic devices Control methods in quantum models Manipulation with quantum objects Faculty Members: Dr. Evren Mutlugün, Dr.Hümeyra Çağlayan, Dr. İbrahim T. Özdür, Dr. Sergey Borisenok. Biomedical and Bioinformatics Biomedical instrumentation Neural engineering Cardiovascular engineering Machine learning Computational biology Artificial intelligence Bio-MEMS Biomedical signal processing and pattern recognition Bioinformatics Biosensors Quantitative EEG Brain dynamics Faculty Members: Dr. Burcu Güngör, Dr. Bülent Yılmaz, Dr. Kutay İçöz, Dr. Sergey Borisenok , Dr. Zafer Aydın. Information and Communications Technology Wireless and mobile communication Cloud computing Computer networks Optical communication and optical networks Radio over Fiber (RoF) Communication in smart electronic systems Wireless sensor networks Underwater and underground communication networks Chaos and cryptography Faculty Members: Dr. Çağrı V. Güngör, Dr. Günyaz Ablay, Dr. İbrahim T. Özdür Energy, Power Electronics, Control and Automation Electricity generation by wind energy and alternative energy sources Energy storage systems and controls Electric and hybrid electric vehicles Control theory and its applications Online fault diagnosis Nuclear energy technologies Faculty Members: Dr. Günyaz Ablay, Dr. İrfan Alan Admission Requirements: M. Sc. degree from Electrical and Computer Engineering or a related field 2.20 or greater cumulative grade point average (GPA) ALES ≥ 70 or GRE Quantitative ≥ 708 * English Requirement: YDS: 70 or TOEFL-PBT ≥ 561 or TOEFL-CBT: 221 or TOEFL İBT:84 Letter of Intend 2 Reference Letters Evaluation by Interview (it "may" include oral or written exam). AGU looks forward to welcoming you to its brand new Campus and is ready to make sure you are fully equipped with all the knowledge, skills, experience and international exposure you need to have a significant impact on today's and our future globalized society. [-]