Briefly about the course
This course focuses on technologies and wider aspects of Internet services in relation to content (both commercial and user-generated). The objective is to provide an understanding of how such services are designed, developed, interlinked and maintained, so that the student acquires knowledge valuable for working on, or further researching, this domain. In an end-to-end manner the course covers key technologies and enablers, hands-on implementation examples, popular paradigms and use cases, as well as legal, privacy and trust issues. More details...

Lecturer: Dr. Petros Belimpasakis

25 March 2011

The course has been completed for the implementation of year 2010-2011. Please stay tuned for the updated information of the upcoming academic year 2011-2012.

25 March 2011
All final grades/credits have now been reported to POP.
When & Where
Periods: I & II (Sept-Dec)
Time: Thursdays 14:00-16:00
Place: TB214 in Period I (TB223 in Period II)
First lecture:Thu 09 Sept. 2010
Credits: 4cr (ECTS), accepted as postgraduate course


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