The ACS studies’ programme is focused on delivering multidisciplinary knowledge and developing theoretical and practical skills in modern areas of computer science (Machine Learning, Neural Networks, optimisation, etc.), information technology and computer systems. We believe that students gain the most when they are involved in research (working on projects) individually and as a team while the lecturer is ready to advise and guide. Therefore, more than 65% of the course’s programme is focused on active forms of learning like group projects, seminars, classes (tutorials) and laboratory training. ACS (formerly known as AIC - Advanced Informatics and Control) shapes many successful PhD candidates and researchers. Historically speaking, we have had 25 double diploma students and 11 PhDs with the cooperation of foreign universities.
The graduates will gain deep knowledge in computer science (Machine Learning, algorithms, optimisation) and software engineering. They will be prepared to solve real-life IT and computer science problems, conduct proper research and learn how to gain information from the literature and other available sources. The alumnus will be prepared for a role of a team leader and have extensive teamwork skills (critical thinking, collaboration, communication etc.). They will have experience in both organising and participating in workshops/conferences. They will acquire the experience necessary for a professional career at research units, universities, colleges, and industry. In addition, they will develop English communication skills that are well above industry standards.
Programme coordinator: Wojciech Kmiecik, PhD
Struktura programu nauczania