Information theory started as a topic in 1948 when Claude E. Shannon published his paper A mathematical theory of communication, where he introduced what communication and information are in a mathematical sense. Shannon created a theory first to quantify and measure the information of a source. Then, by viewing communication as reproduction of information, the theory of communication came into view. All the existing and forthcoming technologies must comply with the theories that Shannon stated, therefore information theory as a topic is the base for everyone working with communication systems, both past, present, and forthcoming.
The courses offered by ICT Lab will provide you effective guidance to build up skills in a practice-based learning environment. You will be introduced to real-world experiences, and acquire a solid knowledge of Information and Communication theory.
We offer two bachelor courses:
and two master courses:
- Applications of information Theory (Elective)
- Digital Wireless Communication Exploration Lab (Elective)
For more information about the courses, contact us.