International Master's Program in Distributed Systems Engineering
The International Master's Program in Distributed Systems Engineering is a new 2-year program offered by the Faculty of Computer Science at the Technische Universität Dresden (Dresden University of Technology). It will prepare students for a future career in the very broad field of distributed systems and their applications. This field is characterized by continuously emerging technological advancements and a highly active research community. Students need to be aware of both the fundamentals of distributed systems and their practical application in realistic scenarios. Therefore, the programs structure ensures that students first acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge and expertise before they will get the opportunity to apply their skills in practice in the context of an internship, various practical courses and, if desired, even in their Master's thesis.
The courses of the program are taught in English and all students are highly encouraged to spend at least one semester abroad, either at one of our partner universities or at another research or industrial institution of their choice.
The program starts every fall and the next possible starting date will be October 2016. For more information, browse this site, read our flyer or feel free to contact us.
We also prepared a couple of (unofficial) documents-guides for the DSE students:
- Guide to Electives and Internships explains the structure of the DSE program and suggests which courses to take depending on your dispositions.
- Distributed Systems Engineering 2015 contains the basic information (lectures' timetable, accomodation, Emeal cards for the canteen) for new DSE-2015 students.