Industry, service providers, and intelligent systems research create a large demand for computer science specialists with an interdisciplinary training as facilitated at Bielefeld University. Computer science specialists with a background in Intelligent Systems are needed urgently in all areas where robots, intelligent assistants, virtual agents (avatars) or intelligent information systems are being developed.
Possible areas of employment are therefore e.g. in mechanical engineering, production, the motor car industry, the media as well as in the development of autonomous systems (robots, avatars, dialog systems, intelligent assistants), the computer game industry and scientific research.
To allow an individual specialization of the study program students can choose appropriate modules from the subjects "Basic Addition", "Advanced Intelligent Systems" and "Interdisciplinary and Cognition Basics".
During the second term the module "Basic Project Intelligent Systems" should be taken. Within this module two practical projects have to be conducted containing 5 CP respectively and should be carried out to a predominant extent independently by the student.
At least one project is done in a team consisting of more than two students. In the project module of the third term students expand their practical skills necessary for the design of intelligent cognitive systems.
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