M. Tech. in Communication and Information Systems is a program offered at School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru campus.
How to Pursue Research Path After Completing this Programme
Graduates will have the opportunity to pursue research on cutting edge technology in communications such as Next generation wireless communication, networks, mission critical, connected devices, autonomous vehicles, etc. They would able to pursue research in the design and development of framework, tools for machine learning/deep learning or intelligent information processes in wireless networks. The next generation of wireless networks have opened a number of different technologies such as massive MIMO, Self organizing networks, Cloud RAN, SDN/NFV, usage of high frequency in GHz and THz. Opportunities available to research under water, space, small distance to very large distance and with smallest possible of latency. Numerous research opportunities and career progression are available for which the program will serve the foundation.
Advantages in Terms of Placements
As, huge research is being carried out across the world in the area of communication like 5G, future networks, IoT, SDN, and data science or information science such as artificial intelligence, deep learning;, a large number of work force is expected to be in demand. In fact, the market demand is already observed in cutting edge communication technology and tools. Most of the core companies are seeking graduates from a mix of this area. The program has number of advantages over traditional degree program like communication engineering, ECE, Signal processing, Communication and Computer Engineering, etc. Graduate would well able to apply intelligence and analyze the data to interpret and decide on the future.
Possible International Collaborations (international universities to pursue dual degree/higher education)
A number of European universities like University of Aveiro, Lisbon in Portugal, Zermany, Switzerland, RMIT Australia, Carlie Melon university, USA and many more might be interested to collaborate.