The programme combines advanced technical and creative skills with extended placements from amongst a range of industrial and public'sector partner organizations; it covers topics ranging from advanced technical skills through human interaction to performance and live art; it also offers training in professional skills including entrepreneurship and technology transfer; the programme includes an advanced project placement (6 months); students undertake a written thesis and public viva.
Modules include: Advanced research methods; interactive digital multimedia techniques (including processing/MAX/MSP/jitter /Arduino); contemporary studio production techniques (i.e. video production, audio production project); fundamentals of digital signal processing; digital broadcasting; java programming; design for human interaction; multimedia systems; computer vision and neural networks; C++ for image processing; foundations of information retrieval; XML and structured information; distributed systems and security; performance research.
Course Additional Entry
Applicants will need to have a minimum of an 2.1 degree or equivalent in any science, engineering or design oriented discipline and evidence of programming or mathematical ability
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
|MSc (Res)||£16,450 Academic year. First year overseas fees|
|MSc (Res)||£8,200 Academic year. First year home fees|