Cybersecurity specialization - Master Computer ScienceTogether with the universities of Wageningen, Twente and Eindhoven, Delft University of Technology offers a 120EC cybersecurity specialization that is available to Master students of Computer Science from Delft and Twente. The program is multidisciplinary and oriented at students with a strong background in computer science and an interest in other disciplines (for example law, economics, criminology, management, and psychology). Within the specialization, students take six core courses (cryptography, cyber data analytics, cybercrime science, cyber risk management, network security, and software security), participate in an off-site summer school and can chose from a number of electives (e.g. biometrics, cyber security management, e-law, economics of security, a hands-on hacking lab, principles of data protection, privacy enhancing technologies, secure data management, security verification, software testing and reverse engineering, and quantum cryptography). The last year includes an individual Master project as well.
Delft-BTC: Delft Block Chain CertificateBlockchain technology represents a fundamental change in the way we think about computing. Economic incentives, security by design, and smart contracts are just some of the ideas that underpin this new and disruptive technology. TU Delft is proud to offer a certificate in blockchain technology. To qualify, students must successfully complete three advanced computer science master courses:
* Security and Cryptography by Dr Zeki Erkin (IN4191, Q1)
* Distributed Algorithms by Prof Dick Epema (IN4150, Q2)
* Blockchain Engineering by Dr Johan Pouwelse (CS4160, Q2)
Enrolment is open to all computer science master students at TU Delft.
For more information please visit www.blockchain-lab.org.