Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science (PhD)

The University of British Columbia Canada

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The award
PhD

How long you will study
find out

Domestic course fees
4802

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

International course fees
CAD 8436 per year

All study options

About Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science at The University of British Columbia

Program Overview

PhD students in the Department of Computer Science may focus their research in the following areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence: computer vision, decision theory/game theory, knowledge representation and reasoning, intelligent user interfaces, machine learning, natural language understanding and generation, robotics and haptics.
  • Computer Graphics: animation, imaging, modeling, rendering, visualization.
  • Data Management and Mining: business intelligence, data integration, genomic analysis, text mining, web databases.
  • Formal Verification and Analysis of Systems: analog, digital and hybrid systems, VLSI, protocols, software.
  • Human Centered Technologies: human computer interaction (HCI), visual, haptic and multimodal interfaces, computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW), visual analytics.
  • Networks, Systems, and Security: high performance computing/parallel processing, networking, operating systems and virtualization, security.
  • Scientific Computing: numerical methods and software, differential equations, linear algebra, optimization.
  • Software Engineering and Programming Languages: development tools, foundations of computation, middleware, programming languages, software engineering.
  • Theory: algorithmics (including empirical), bioinformatics and data analysis, graph theory, algorithmic game theory.

What sets the UBC program apart?

The UBC Department of Computer Science has many contacts in the computing industry. A strong rapport between the industry and research communities is beneficial to both, especially in cases where the department focuses its research to developing real-world applications.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardPhDHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study find out
    Course startsSeptemberDomestic course fees 4802International course feesCAD 8436 per year

Entry requirements for this course

Contact The University of British Columbia to find course entry requirements.

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