Human Computer Interaction (HCI):
This track equips students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills to design, implement and evaluate future interactive systems in the context of the design of complex technical systems. It combines basic knowledge of usability with knowledge from psychology to conceptualize and design interactions between humans and technology.Embedded Brain-Computer Interaction (EmbeddedBCI):
This track provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills to design and evaluate complex technical systems with both human and technical players as well as to use brain-computer interfaces in cyber-physical systems. This course covers the principles of system design, neurocognitive psychology and signal processing as well as a wide range of accentuation domains, which emphasizes the extent to which the knowledge and skills learnt during this course can be transferred to and applied in different areas.Systems Engineering (SE):
This track equips students with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to analyse, design and develop large cooperative networks of safety-critical, socio-technical systems, i.e., large systems whose limits are not bound by other systems. At the end of this course, students will be able to recognize, analyse and describe the relationships between individual subsystems in the context of an integrated system as well as the interactions between subsystem properties and integrated system properties.
For more information about the tracks, see www.uni-oldenburg.de/informatik/msc/engSTS