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The Electronic and Computer Engineering School of the Technical University of Crete, responding to the needs and challenges posed by the participation of Greece in the European Union and the corresponding international competition, has created and operates a full and state-recognized Program of Graduate Studies (PGS). This program aims at the graduate-level education of the engineers who will meet the demands of present-day job market.

The operation of Programs of Graduate Study in Greek universities is a basic prerequisite for Greek businesses to be competitive, and as a result the Greek economy to be competitive.

Computer Science, Telecommunications, Control Systems and Electronics, which constitute the main fields of concentration of the School, are today critical sectors of new technologies, and therefore, the education and specialization of engineers in these areas of concentration will allow for Greek high technology industries to create teams of highly competent engineers and managers, including those needed at higher levels of corporate hierarchy.

The ECE School’s research areas include:

  • Software Systems for the Internet (modeling, content unification and distribution on the Internet)
  • Electronic Commerce Applications (B2B, B2C)
  • Multimedia Information Systems
  • Management of Image and Video Flows
  • Software and Applications Development for the Internet and for Mobile Appliances
  • Databases
  • Data Mining from Data Warehouses
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Multiagent Systems and their Applications on the Internet (Retrieval, Information Unification and Diffusion, Electronic Commerce)
  • Operating Systems and Distributed Software Systems
  • Mobile Computing and Management of Mobile Information
  • Machine Vision and its Applications
  • Analog and Digital Electronics and Power Electronics
  • Biomedical Systems
  • Sensors and Instrumentation
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • VLSI Systems
  • Microprocessor Systems
  • Implementation of Microelectronic Hardware Systems
  • Automation and Production Systems
  • Digital Signal and Image Processing
  • Robotics
  • Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network Applications
  • Digital Telecommunications
  • Statistical Communication Theory
  • Computer Network Systems
  • Wireless Mobile Communication Networks for Multimedia Information Transmission
  • Speech Processing and Voice Recognition
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