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In the center of intelligent system is the habitat of human beings.  Here are sensors and actuators distributed and connected.  These systems shall be communicating and interacting with individuals in a supporting manner.  This means that they must be sufficiently 'smart', d. h. and 'intelligent'.

In order to avoid dangers, these systems must be established as security-critical systems, often as real-time systems.

Computer Science with specialization in 'Intelligent systems'

You will acquire fundamental knowledge and fundamental skills during the course of studies:

  • in engineering of robust systems,
  • in the field of intelligent sensors and actuators,
  • in the field of integration of speech recognition, speech synthesis, and image recognition,
  • in the design of adaptive intelligent systems for the human-machin interaction,
  • in interdisciplinary project work.

Applications are accepted once a year for the winter semester.

The deadline for the next application acceptance is September 15, 2019.

Course catalogue

Study elements are subject-specific specialist modules and interdisciplinary project modules.

  • 5 specialist modules in the degree course
    Computer Science and Engineering – Intelligent Systems
  • 4 interdisciplinary project modules
  • 1 Master's thesis in the degree course
    Computer Science and Engineering – Intelligent Systems

Admission requirements

Program Barrier-free Systems
Master of Science
Terms 4 semesters, full-time
ECTS credits 120
Program start Winter semester
Application deadlines with German degrees:
September 15
  with foreign credentials: July 15
Language German

This degree course can only be started in the winter semester (semester begin October 01).

Receipt of the enrollment applications until September 15.

Link to the academic calendar.

Admission requirements for BaSys - Intelligent Systems
Specialization computer science and engineering

  • Admission requirement is a Diplom degree graded with at least 2.5*
  • or an accredited bachelor's degree graded with at least 2.5*
  • or an accredited master's degree graded with at least 2.5*

in one of the following disciplines: computer science, engineering sciences, at a university of applied sciences, comprehensive university, university or technical university with at least 6 semesters.

Graduates with a final grade of lower than 2.5 and higher than 2.8 may be admitted due to a selection for a special selection procedure depending on the outcome of a selection interview.
 

Full-time degree course with three subject-specific differentiations. Requirement subject-specific. Completed degree with, at least 180 ECTS credits and a final grade of 2.5 or better.

Further information about the application options can be found here.

Examination regulations

Preliminary version of the exam regulations of Barrierefreie Systeme (BaSys) MA as of June 30, 2014 und July 02, 2014 of Faculties 1, 2, and 4

Prospects

The course of study qualifies the graduates depending on their chosen focus to work in a number of fields in the area of analysis and design of user-friendly omnipresent adaptable technical systems (modern distributed sensory and actuator technology, secure data communication, speech and image recognition, speech synthesis, dialog systems).

Potential fields of work are:

  • freelance planning and consulting tasks,
  • tasks in the housing industry of free, public or private economic carriers,
  • tasks in the political bodies or in social welfare authorities (e. g. municipalities or charities),
  • tasks in healthcare and social welfare institutions,
  • tasks in science and research.

Interdisciplinary projects

The interdisciplinary projects are an invitation for the creative search for new and interesting solution approaches based on current research results and methods.

Due to the collaboration with students from other disciplines, you will expand your professional horizon and improve your social competencies.

Expert forums and excursions

Excursions are offered on a regular basis in order to enhance the semester-related foci. As an addition, expert forums are offered including external professionals from the economy and practice as a support.

Dagmar Rühl Sekretariat Cluster Informatik
Building 1, Room 215
Fax : +49 69 1533-2727
BaSys – Planning and building (Faculty 1)
Prof. Dr.
Caroline Günther
Studiengangsleitung Barrierefreies Planen und Bauen M.Sc. - Studiengang Barrierefreie Systeme
Building 1, Room 427
Fax : +49 69 1533-2761
BaSys - Intelligent Systems (Faculty 2)
Prof. Dr.
Eicke Godehardt
Studiengangsleitung Master-Studiengang Allgemeine Informatik
Building 1, Room 202
BaSys – Case Management (Faculty 4)
Prof. Dr.
Barbara Klein
Sprecherin des Forschungszentrums FUTURE AGING
Building BCN, Room 1014
Fax : +49 69 1533-2809

Examination board BaSys

Dagmar Rühl Sekretariat Cluster Informatik
Building 1, Room 215
Fax : +49 69 1533-2727
Markus Raster
Building 1, Room 215
Fax : +49 69 1533 - 2727

Barrier-free planning and building

Intelligent Systems

Volker Lerch
Building 1, Room 142
Fax : +49 69 1533-3011

Additional information concerning Frankfurt UAS

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