Intelligent Technology - Specialisation programme
From 2021-2022 onwards, the Intelligent Technology specialisation is split up in two specialisation tracks. Neurotechnology & Healthcare and Interactive Agents. A third track, Societal Impact of AI(*), is in preparation and will be added officially in 2022, but you can start ahead already this year.
The compulsory courses (21EC) and the final project (45EC) are shared by all three tracks. Each track has a number of Specialisation Core courses to choose from (18EC). The tracks Neurotechnology &Healthcare and Interactive Agents share the same specialisation electives (18EC).
(This specialisation also has a double degree programme)
The coordinator of the Intelligent Technology specialisation is Pablo Lanillos firstname.lastname@example.org
(*) The track Societal Impact is in the academic year 2021-2022 configured as an open variant track of the specialisation Intelligent Technology. It will become an official track in 2022/2023, but students can already plan ahead and start taking the courses listed in the relevant section during year 2021/2022. They are invited to show their interest to the track coordinator (email@example.com) to further discuss a personalised plan.
Note: Courses with a DGCN code (*) are from the Research Masters Cognitive NeuroScience (CNS) programme. To take these courses, Artificial Intelligence Masters programme students must directly contact the head of the CNS program, Arno Koning, via email <firstname.lastname@example.org>, requesting to join the course including a one paragraph motivation.
Students who started before 2021 can look in Osiris to find the descriptions of earlier programmes. Also look in the Transitional Arrangements on the STIP site, especially if a course from your cohort's programme is not taught any more. In cases of doubt, contact the student advisor: Johanna.email@example.com.