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 Computer science deals with the scientific and mathematical analysis of computer systems, focussing on their development, dependability and efficiency. The field covers areas starting from pragmatic and practical aspects of software engineering and programming to the analysis of these systems to assess their correctness and efficiency, to more theoretical issues such as analysis of the mathematical limits of computation.


Important areas covered by the Department of Computer Science in the degree programmes offered by the Faculty of ICT include:

  • Programming languages
  • Operating Systems
  • Testing and Verification
  • Security
  • Concurrency and Distributed computing
  • High-performance computing
  • Computer graphics
  • Mathematical foundations of computation 

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Notices
FICT Exhibition 2019 Form

Please click here to download the FICT Exhibition form for 2019. 

THE FICT Exhibition 2019 will be held on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th July 2019.

Academic Advisors 2018/9

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Academic Advisors for ICT 1st year students (Intake 2018/9), NOW available

Faculty of ICT Timetables

Timetables

ICT Timetables are available from Here.

Health and Safety Regulations for Labs Form

The Faculty of ICT Health and Safety Regulations for Laboratories form can be found here

 HealthAndSafety

Digital Opportunity Traineeship

 

Are you a company working with cybersecurity, big data, quantum technology, machine learning or digital marketing? Offer a Digital Opportunity Traineeship

Test Island Conference

Test Island Conference (https://www.testisland.com/), Malta's first conference on Software Testing, jam-packed with high-profile international speakers, will be held on 30th August 2019. Dr Mark Micallef from the Faculty of ICT will be delivering the keynote speech. Click here for more information. 

 
 
Last Updated: 8 March 2016

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