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Learn information processing through calculation theories, programming, and software development.

Information Science

PICHL, Lukas Senior Associate Professor

PICHL, Lukas
Senior Associate Professor

Acquire state-of-the-art information and communication technological skills

Information science implements abstract mathematical concepts, ranging from the development of devices, machines, and robots to system configuration, cognitive science, and categories of information processing approaches that originated from other scientific fields. In this course, students learn the elements needed for information processing through the study of calculation theories, programming and problem-solution training, and software development exercises. They will develop the cognitive ability to analyze information technologies, and the ability to properly arrange an automatic processing system and develop