Master Computer Science

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Master Computer Science

Prof. Dr. Peter Sloot

Prof. Dr. Marian Bubak


Master in Computer Science


An international research programme that
focuses on concurrency, computational
science and bioinformatics


2
-
year Master of Science


Research
Master


This includes a 9
-
10 months full
-
time
independent master’s research project



Master in Computer Science


Students are actively involved in scientific
conferences (e
-
Science, CPC, NBIC/ISNB,
ICCS)


Many of our graduate students have published
in scientific journals, and have obtained a PhD
position in Amsterdam or elsewhere


Proven career possibilities in industry


e.g. SHELL, IBM, Philips, NLR, CAST


also startup company’s



Some graduation topics


Virtual Reality of By
-
pass surgery


Inter
-
Thread Communication in Thread Algebra


Camera
-
based object tracking for Mixed Reality
applications


Intelligent workflow with web services at IBM's
research center


Evolutionary computing & multi
-
objective
optimization for aeronautic design


Implementing Cellular Automata in FPGA Logic


Page Ranking in Google


Bloodflow in Stenosis


4

Peter Sloot: Computational Science, University of Amsterdam.

Immersive Environments

5

Peter Sloot: Computational Science, University of Amsterdam.

VR
-
Interaction

6

Peter Sloot: Computational Science, University of Amsterdam.

Virtual Reality Portal

7

Peter Sloot: Computational Science, University of Amsterdam.

The UvA and Computer
Science


You came to the right place:


The UvA is among the top 20 in CS ranking in the
world


The UvA recently received the number 1 mark in the
Netherlands


We have the fastest machines, the most spectacular
Virtual reality, the world’s hotspots in innovation


There are many top researchers and projects you can
collaborate with: VL/e, MultimediaN, e
-
Science …


Amsterdam is your campus, and the Watergraafsmeer
Science Park it’s intellectual residence!

Research master


Computational Science research
assessment*


research program


very good


quality




very good


productivity



very good


relevance



very good


vitality and feasibility

very good



== 9 out of 10

* Quality Assurance Netherlands Universities (QANU)


Tracks



Program Algebra & Generic Programming


Computer Systems Architecture


Computational Science


Bioinformatics



Free programme


Curriculum Year 1 in Krakow


Introduction to Grid Computing



Advances in Computer Architecture


Distributed Stochastic Simulation


Concurrency Theory


Profile project Grid Computing


Scientific Computing


Concurrent Systems


Computational Finance


Constraint choice of two courses at WSZiB, AGH
or
Jagiellonian



Curriculum Year 2 in Amsterdam


two specializing courses within your
programme: for instance:


Vizualization and Virtual Reality


Complex System Simulation


research and writing your thesis


Advantages of CS at UvA


Work with top researchers


Small classes (5
-
20 students)


Direct contact with your supervisor


Mentor system


Institutes like SARA, AMS
-
IX, Nikhef, CWI


Big companies, banks and financial
institutions are based in Amsterdam


and, of course, the city of Amsterdam itself !

Small classes


Informal atmosphere


Amsterdam

Costs of living per month


Travel:


50

Rent apartment (shared):


200


Insurance (via Polish student insurance):


25

books:


25

food:


300

beer:


50

=========

Total


650

Income per month


Job:


40 hrs x


10 =


400 *

Grant


250 **

========



650


* ask student Max Filatov for details:
mfilatov@science.uva.nl


** if you have a legal job of at least 8 hrs per
week

Computer Science

(Grid Computing)


http://www.science.uva.nl/research/scs/edu/MSc
-
Grid
-
Computing
-
in
-
Krakow




Marian Bubak
bubak@agh.edu.pl


Peter Sloot
sloot@science.uva.nl


Bas van Vlijmen
vlijmen@science.uva.nl


Student Max Filatov
mfilatov@science.uva.nl