Studies within network and systems engineering
The Division of Network and Systems Engineering offers courses in the area communication networks and systems, including, computing systems, software systems, wired, wireless and sensor networks, network and system security, as well as courses on the theoretic foundations of network and system modelling and design.
Programmes and courses
The Division of Network and Systems Engineering offer courses on the design and analysis of networks and systems for bachleor-, master- and Ph.D. students. The courses are closely related to our research and combine theoretic studies with experimentation. The Division of Network and Systems Engineering is involved in the 5-year Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and the Master Programmes in Information and Network Engineering and ICT Innovation.
The division is involved in more than 17 programmes at KTH, for instance:
Master Programme in Computer Science
Master Programme in Information and Network Engineering
Master Programme in Electrical Engineering (information in Swedish, 5 year)
Some of our courses for bachelor and master students include:
EP1200 Introduction to Computing Systems Engineering 6.0 credits
EP1100 Data Communications and Computer Networks 7.5 credits
EH1010 Project Course in Electrical Engineering 7.5 credits
EP2420 Network Analytics 7.5 credits
EP2200 Queuing Theory and Teletraffic Systems 7.5 credits
EP2120 Internetworking 7.5 credits
EP2700 Principles of Wireless Sensor Networks 7.5 credits
EP2950 Wireless Networks 7.5 credits
EN2720 Ethical Hacking 7.5 credits
EP2790 Security Analysis of Large-Scale Computer Systems 7.5 credits
EH2720 Management of Projects 7.5 credits
EH2070 Project Management and Business Development 6.0 credits
EH2030 Business Development and Quality Management 7.5 credits
The division gives the following courses for Ph.D. students.
Courses within Network and Systems Engineering
Online course in Ethical Hackning (3 September - 10 December, 2021)
Contract education can only be obtained through your company or organisation with whom you are employed. It is your employer who will be charged for the course.
Master degree projects
If you are interested in performing your master thesis at the division, please get in contact with the following persons.