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Master’s in PDCS changes its name to Computer Security

17 November 2021
This academic year, the Master’s degree programme in Parallel and Distributed Computer Systems (PDCS), set up by the famous computer scientist Andrew S. Tanenbaum, will be continuing under a new name: Computer Security. This Master’s will focus more on the security of both the hardware and software used in computer systems than in the past.

The admission requirements for the two-year Master’s in PDCS were already strict; only the very best computer science students were granted a place. That will continue to be the case for the Master’s in Computer Security: lectures will be given by the foremost researchers in the field of computer security, such as Herbert Bos, Cristiano Giuffrida, Erik van der Kouwe and Fabio Massacci.

Programme Director Cristiano Giuffrida: “The Master’s in Computer Security will offer students the opportunity to become leading experts in cybersecurity, with particular emphasis on the security of computer systems.”

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