Master Degree Program in
Master of Science In Computer Systems and Engineering
The MSCSE program is designed for students who intend to become professional engineers in the high-technology industry, as well as for those who desire a modern, general education based on the problems and the promises of a technological society.
A minimum of 30 semester units of graduate study are required for the Master of Science in Computer Systems and Engineering program (MSCSE). They include a few required core courses, a number of elective courses based on the student’s selection of technical pursuit, and a required capstone course. The computer systems engineering coursework will develop technical skills beneficial to the student for career planning. The student also has the opportunity to take elective courses outside of computer systems engineering to broaden the student’s skillset. The student must meet prerequisite requirements when taking any course. Upon clearing background preparation work, the student starts to take courses to meet the degree requirements. The student must begin his/her graduate study with the subjects listed in the Core Course section.
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has over 20 years of experience in both industry and the federal government, working extensively in the fields of theoretical and applied machine learning, data analysis, optimization, statistical database privacy, cryptology, quantum computing, and others. He has applied techniques from these fields to problems in such areas as text mining, image processing, operations research, and multi-sensor fusion. Dr. Zanger has authored numerous publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings in various technical fields including mathematics (partial differential equations), probability theory, information retrieval, statistical learning theory (applied to finance), operations research, and database privacy. He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as well as a B.A. (with Highest Honors), also in Mathematics, from the University of California at Berkeley.
Currently work at CADENCE Design Systems as Sr. Principle Engineer, responsible for developing high performance microprocessor; also serves as adjunct professor in CSTU, where he teaches Artificial intelligence and deep learning.
Study and work Experience：
1996 Graduate from Zhejiang University, Hanzhou，bachelor degree in EE major.
2001 Graduate from Tsinghua University, Beijing, Ph.D and master degree in EE major.
2001-present, R&D management and development in Silicon Valley High Tech companies