Did you find your Master’s studies fun and interesting, but would like to learn more and understand advanced technology details or even propose your own innovative solutions in the area of modern electronics and information technologies? Do you want to master the 5G+ mobile systems, IoT protocols and applications, Big Data analysis utilizing machine-learning techniques and much more? We have for you a great opportunity to enrol into the four-year doctoral study programme Electronics and Information Technologies (DPA-EIT), which aims to generate top research and development specialists, who have deep knowledge of principles and techniques used in wired / wireless communication networks and also in related areas including cyber-security, advanced data / signal processing, and design of embedded electronics. When you graduate, you will be able to efficiently apply the gathered knowledge for the design of own and prospective solutions. Benefiting from that, you can choose a follow-up carrier in R&D units of top ICT enterprises as well as in academia as a postdoc researcher.
The DPA-EIT study programme can be studied also as double-degree programme in cooperation with Tampere University (TAU), Finland. Through that, students can get a unique opportunity to spend 12 months (in minimum) during whole doctoral studies at the university in Tampere. Moreover, at the end, when students pass the study requirements and defend the doctoral thesis (coordinated jointly by supervisors from BUT and TAU), they can benefit from gaining two Ph.D. degree diplomas (one from BUT and second from TAU).
Information on applications, entrance exams, etc. can be found on the faculty website. There you will also find information on the combined form of study.
The study programme was created with the support of the project OP VVV Creation of a double-degree doctoral study programme in Electronics and Information Technology and creation of a doctoral study programme in Information Security, reg. no. CZ.02.2.69/0.0/0.0/16_018/0002575.
The project is co-financed by the European Union.