Master in High Performance Computing

2018/2019 · 60 credits

Introduction

The Master in High Performance Computing is organized by the University of A Coruña and the University of Santiago de Compostela, together with the Galicia Supercomputing Center (CESGA). Students will specialize in a such as important topic today as High Performance Computing (HPC).

HPC is related to prominent topics such as multicore processors (formerly specific to large computers but nowadays present in PCs, tablets or mobile phones), cloud computing, or the so-called Big Data.

Contributors to this master are multinationals such as IBM, HP, Atos, Fujitsu, AMD, or Gompute Amazon Web Services and the Professional Association of Computer Engineers of Galicia (CPEIG).

There is double-degree agreement with the École d'Ingénierus - Mathématiques - Informatique for which, a student can obtain simultaneously the Degree the Mathematics Engineering by the EISTI and the Master in High Performance Computing by the UDC. More information about this double degree can be obtained contacting the Master coordinator at info@masterhpc.es

More information in: http://masterhpc.es

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Prices for Spain or EU resident students
Approximate price of the academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment with residence in Spain or EU
1,882€
Prices for Spain or EU non resident students
Approximate price of the academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment without residence in Spain or EU
3,481€
Offered place for academic course 2018/2019
13

Why study

The Master in High Performance Computing provides specialized studies that supplements the general studies of a grade, in a topic that is particularly relevant at the present time, providing students with the knowledge and skills needed to solve problems and challenges that face businesses and institutions today.

The Master in High Performance Computing provides students with the necessary expertise to start straight to work in companies or institutions that need to solve computationally cost problems or to optimize their business processes to handle the huge amount of information that can be obtained from different sources.

This is an interuniversity study, in addition to University of A Coruña , the following universities also colaborate in teaching:

  • Santiago de Compostela

Roadmap

Starting academic year 2018/2019
Last update/verification ACSUG date 23/03/2018
Authorization Xunta Council date 13/06/2018
Authorization DOG publication date 29/06/2018
Official BOE publication date 07/09/2018
DOG syllabus publication date 06/03/2019
BOE syllabus publication date 11/03/2019