The Department of Mathematics at Chulalongkorn University is at the frontier of interdisciplinary research between Mathematics and Computer Science. The department has conducted a wide range of advanced research activities in close cooperation with Thailand Research Fund (TRF), Office of the Higher Education Commission, and National Electronics and Computer technology Center (NECTEC). As a consequence, the M.S. program in Computer Science offers an excellent opportunity and environment for individuals who wish to pursue in-depth knowledge and advanced research in computer technology. Moreover, the fact that this is an English program makes it ideal for international students who are interested in oversea studies and cross cultural learning.
International Research Collaborations and Academic Innovation for Career Advancement
The M.S. in Computer Science Program is designed to corroborate the existing Ph.D. Program in Computer Science and related areas. All research activities are conducted by the Advanced Virtual and Intelligent Computing (AVIC) Research Center. The center consists of five research groups, namely,
- Parallel Computing, Neural Computing, and Machine Intelligence.
- Image Processing, Computer Graphics, and Visualization.
- Software and Knowledge Engineering.
- Computer Networking.
- Bioinformatics, Plant Modeling, and Simulation.
Based on the above research spectra, the Program will expand the state-of-the-art that has already been established by its forerunning Ph.D. Program. Various innovations and technical know-how can then be realized through master theses and projects. In addition, academic and industrial collaborations will also be established to further enhance the potential of those innovative implementations for the benefits of the academic and industrial communities. Career advancement will consequently be augmented.
- Graduate teaching and research assistantship
- National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)
- National Research Council
- Office of the Higher Education Commission
Holding a Bachelor ‘ degree with GPA > 2.50 Candidates must have an appropriate level in an approved test of English. A TOEFL score of 450 or IELTS score of 4.0 or higher is required. For those who do not have a TOEFL or IELTS score, CU Test of English Proficiency (CU-TEP) and Having appropriate qualifications in accordance with the Graduate School stipulation imposed on a given academic year, or admitted by the administration committee of the M.S. Program in Computer Science and Information (English Program).