Our doctoral program covers all areas of computer science and of information and communication theory, from its mathematical foundations to systems, platforms, and interdisciplinary applications. With roughly sixty faculty members affiliated with the program, it is one of the largest and most competitive doctoral programs on campus.
With a rich intellectual environment, a working culture and resources only matched by the highest rated academic institutions, and geographically located in the breathtaking Lake Geneva region, our program targets training bright minds to be the research and industrial leaders of the information technology revolution.
We have an award-winning and internationally recognized faculty targeting broad research areas, and working closely with top international research organizations. We have a strong track record of employment and placement on a global scale whether it is R&D in industry or academia, and many of our students are leaders and founders of startups. Our students are among the best represented at flagship conferences and compete for, and are recognized internationally by prestigious industrial PhD fellowships and awards. We have a large consortium of industrial affiliates with whom many of our students collaborate closely during internships.
Applications must be submitted prior to December 15. This is the primary deadline for admission to the program, with an invitation to our Open House for the fellowship recipients. There is a secondary round of admissions starting April 15 where a relatively much smaller number of candidates who did not apply in the first round are considered.
Upcoming Public Defenses
New Approaches to Artistic Synthesis Relying on Visual Perception
Mahmut Sami ARPA
Lieu et salle: BC 420
Catégorie: Soutenances de thèses