Department of Computer Science and Networks
At the forefront of innovation
The objective of this training is to respond to a growing demand in these areas, resulting from the digital revolution that the business world has to deal with.
Our societies currently rely on digital services built around communications, storage and computing infrastructures. The scientific and technical challenges of Infrastructure as a service are related to the control of complex, dynamic, heterogeneous and interconnected systems, but also to the ability to process data and extract information. Such challenges will enable the development of new uses and services, from the advances made in artificial intelligence. The simultaneous design of new services and communicating objects is at the heart of the industrial and societal revolution which we are witnessing and experiencing.
Our Engineering students must be able to meet all the challenges associated with the massive entrance of digital technology into the business world.
Additional training through research
Students wishing to further develop their skills also have the opportunity to join the Master of Computer Science during their 2nd and 3rd years in order to benefit from additional training through research. They will work alongside Researchers at the ICube research institute and more particularly with research teams in Networks, Electronics, Robotics, Data Science , and Complex Systems.
Télécom Physique Strasbourg provides students with several labs dedicated to computer and network training with state-of-the-art equipment and software. Two training labs have also been set up for the design of communicating objects and for the production of models that reproduce complex communication architectures.
We use the Equipex FIT (Future Internet of Things) for the training of our Engineers, who also have access to the School's FabLab which is available 24 hours a day.
The training program provides the means to respond to the challenges of a connected world, of massive data and of artificial intelligence. The main job-creating sector in France and abroad comprises IT and telecommunications activities. Our future Engineers work for diverse industries such as telecommunications, energy, transport, smart cities, the factory of the future, personal and medical services.