College of Engineering & Informatics,
School of Engineering and Informatics
MSc (Computer Science & Information Technology), full-time [formerly MSc (Applied Computing & I.T.)]
MSc (Computer Science & Information Technology), part-time [formerly MSc (Applied Computing & I.T.)]
MSc Teicneolaíocht Faisnéise (Information Technology), full-time
MSc Teicneolaíocht Faisnéise (Information Technology), part-time
Candidates must have a good honours degree (typically First Class Honours or 2:1) in a relevant area. You are recommended to begin by contacting a member of Information Technology academic staff whose research interests are most closely aligned to yours. You can find information on research interests and contacts on our website: http://www.it.nuigalway.ie/.
For MSc Appl. Computing & I.T.: Candidates must hold at least a 2nd Class Honours Primary Degree in a related subject area or hold a Primary Degree in a related area without honours (which is acceptable to College) and have practical experience in the subject area over a period of not less than three years.
Academics will help you to identify a good research topic and can advise you of funding opportunities.
Areas of interest
Ms. Pat Byrne
Socio-economic impacts of ICT; ICT in education.
Dr. Des Chambers
Distributed systems; Medical informatics; Intelligent medical devices.
Dr. Jim Duggan
Enterprise computing; System dynamics and operations research; Multi-agent systems.
Dr. Aaron Golden
Computational Biology; Astronomy; AI techniques in Bioinformatics.
Ms. Josephine Griffith
Collaborative filtering; Information retrieval; Web-based education.
Prof. Gerard Lyons
Enterprise computing; Multi-agent systems and intelligent devices; Process modeling enterprise integration.
Dr. Michael Madden
Machine learning; Data mining; Artificial intelligence.
Dr. Michael McGettrick
Quantum computing algorithms; Computer algebra; Mathematical modeling of discrete event systems.
Mr. Hugh Melvin
Internet multimedia services; Quality of service in networks and comms; Synchronised time services.
Dr. Owen Molloy
Enterprise computing; Intelligent enterprise integration; Business Performance Management.
PhD (part-time) GYF33
MSc (full-time) GYF34
MSc (part-time) GYF35
MSc (full-time) GYF36
MSc (part-time) GYF37
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