60 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: For your individual project you can choose from a wide range of possibilities in many different environments both within, and outside, the University. The project is completed during the summer and you will have a personal academic supervisor to guide you during this period. The individual project is examined by a dissertation based on the project work and an oral examination. This module has been designed for students taking the MSc Cybersecurity and AI programme; the topic will be at the interface of Cybersecurity and AI. This provides a significant element of glue, bringing together the two areas that make up the programmes.

Staff Contact: GOTOH YOSHIHIKO
Teaching Methods: Independent Study
Assessment: Project work

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