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>> PhD Programme in Technical Sciences <<

The Technical Computer Science track offers a wide range of PhD research projects.
Within the track numerous supervisors offer specific topics in computer science including (but not limited to):

  • artificial intelligence
  • machine learning
  • data science
  • computing architectures
  • hardware accelerated computing
  • software engineering
  • internet of things
  • video games and serious games
  • human-computer interaction
  • affective computing
  • numerical modelling and simulations
  • quantum computing

The emphasis of the track is to combine strong foundational works on methods in computer science with practical tool prototypes in specific domains. Thanks to the collaboration within the Jagiellonian Doctoral School of Exact and Natural Sciences we explores challenges as well applications from the wide area of technical, exact and natural sciences. This offers a unique scientific environment stimulating multidisciplinary approach to research in computer science. Recent examples of such projects include machine learning for neuroscience and computational chemistry, explainable artificial intelligence, human-centred computing, and novel hardware acceleration architectures.

List of Supervisors

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Regular Admission [September round]

Limit of places for the Technical Computer Science PhD programme (September round): 8

How to apply?

Apply to the Technical Computer Science PhD Programme by sending your documents to the Online Application System.


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