Master of Electronics and ICT Engineering Technology

In this one-year Master's programme you will learn to design and research new electronics and ICT engineering technologies by combining informatics, communication and electronics with new state-of-the-art machine learning methodologies.

! This brand new Master's programme is still subject to approval by the Flemish government. If approved, the programme will start in September 2021.

What to expect?

You can choose between 3 majors.

In each major, 60% of your time will be invested in practical engineering.

Major 1: Distributed Artificial Intelligence

In your Master's thesis (21 ECTS) and in the course Distributed Artificial Intelligence (12 ECTS) you will build, test and implement solutions for complex machine learning related engineering problems within UAntwerp’s technology test beds (smart highway, smart waterway, autonomous car…).

The study programme consists of three main modules:

  • core electronics-ICT competences (24 ECTS)
  • core distributed AI competences (15 ECTS)
  • distributed AI research competences (21 ECTS)

Major 2: Internet of Things

In your Master's thesis (21 ECTS) and in the course Internet of Things (12 ECTS) you will build, test and deploy solutions for energy aware wireless battery or battery-less applications

The study programme consists of three main modules:

  • core electronics-ICT competences (24 ECTS)
  • core IoT competences (15 ECTS)
  • IoT research competences (21 ECTS)

Major 3: Cyber-Physical Systems

In your Master's thesis (21 ECTS) and in the course Cyber-Physical Systems (12 ECTS) you will build, test and deploy control solutions in a cyber-physical context with non-trivial functional and non-functional constraints.

The study programme consists of three main modules:

  • core electronics-ICT competences (24 ECTS)
  • core CPS competences (15 ECTS)
  • CPS research competences (21 ECTS)

Monocle

CPS students created a system that tracks and neutralizes mosquitos to prevent them from transmitting malaria to humans.