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ÉCOLE SUPÉRIEURE DES
TECHNOLOGIES INDUSTRIELLES AVANCÉES

Etablissement d'Enseignement Supérieur d'intérêt général, habilité à délivrer le Titre d'Ingénieur et membre de la Conférence des Grandes Ecoles

Parcours SETC : Software Engineering, High Performances Computing

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING – 3ème année cycle ingénieur

Second diplôme : Master of science « Computational and Software Techniques in Engineering » de l’Université de Cranfield

Option in Software Engineering for Technical Computing (SETC)  

Mots Clés : 

Software Engineering, High Performance Computing, Cloud Computing and Big Data, Management for Technology, Aerospace, Automotive, Financial, IT, Software Vendors & Government research organisations

Régimes d’études : 

  • Uniquement en « Mobile », c’est-à-dire l’année entière à Cranfield. 

 

Introduction

With the advent of ever more sophisticated and powerful computer environments, the techniques needed to develop and produce the software to run on these systems are themselves becoming increasingly complex. This course is unique in that it combines software engineering with high performance computing, giving you the tools and techniques that employers are looking for and an advantage in the job market.

This specialist option of the MSc Computational and Software Techniques in Engineering offers a unique insight into the development of computer applications across a wide spectrum of modern computing environments, from multi-core CPUs to specialist GPUs to Cloud Computing, all of which are relevant to the IT industry today.

Who is it for ?

If you intend to make a career in software development, whether it is in the data centre, on the desktop or in the rapidly expanding mobile application space, you need to have a strong basis in software engineering. This course is unique in that it combines software engineering with high performance computing, giving you the tools and techniques that employers are looking for and an advantage in the job market.

Why this course ? 

Cranfield University has many years of specialist knowledge and experience in High Performance Computing. We are able to offer a unique insight into the development of computer applications across a wide spectrum of modern computing environments, from multi-core CPUs to specialist GPUs to Cloud Computing, all of which are relevant to the IT industry today.

 

We introduce students to parallel software development on the desktop, the super-computer and in the Cloud. Each platform has its own challenges and this course ensure that students become familiar with the best approach to writing software for each one.

Cranfield University is very well located for visiting part-time students from all over the world, and offers a range of library and support facilities to support your studies.  This enables students from all over the world to complete this qualification whilst balancing work/life commitments. Part-time students have a flexible commencement date.

This Msc programme benefits from a wide range of cultural backgrounds which significantly enhances the learning experience for both staff and students.

Informed by Industry

The course is directed by an Industrial Advisory Panel that meets twice a year. The committee acts in an advisory role, assessing the content of the course and its relevance to present industrial needs. A number of members also attend the annual student thesis presentations which take place at the end of July, a month or so before the end of the course.

The Industry Advisory Panel includes :

  • Dr Peter Grandison, IBM (UK) Ltd.
  • Mr Nigel Sedgwick, Cambridge Algorithmica.
  • Dr Derek Turnbull, Advanced Technical Projects Ltd.
  • Mr David Harrison, Cray Research (UK) Ltd
  • Mr Tim Penhale-Jones, Texas Instruments Ltd
  • Dr Richard Burguete, Airbus UK
  • Prof David Emerson (Scientific Computing, STFC Daresbury )
  • Dr Stuart Barnes (Software Engineer, Cambridge).

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