To cultivate scientific research talents facing the demand of the future and the world, the Turing Class selects students with enterprising passion, academic excellence, strong hands-on skills, and who are determined to devote themselves to the career of fundamental computer science research.
In collaboration with the Chu Kochen Honors College, the Turing Class combines the teaching and research capabilities of the College of Computer Science and Technology and related departments to cultivate high-quality and innovative undergraduates with a solid foundation, research ability, and broad vision. In addition, students are expected to pursue further studies in a world-class university after graduation, and may become a world-class leader and strategic scientist in the fields of computer science, cyberspace security and artificial intelligence in the future.
1.Students are expected to comprehensively grasp the core knowledge and technology of artificial intelligence, intelligent perception, intelligent design.
2. Students are expected to possess skills of engineering practice and scientific research practice; strong creativity and hands-on abilities; outstanding communication and leaderships skills.
4. Students are expected to have high ideological, moral and cultural qualities, strong sense of responsibilities, and a strong body.
5. Students are expected to possess a complete cognitive structure, strong will and resistance to frustration, good interpersonal relations and communication skills, mental health, optimism, and proactiveness.
The first year:
Program Analysis and Algorithm Foundation
Introduction to Cyberspace Security
Theoretical Foundation of Discreate Mathematics
The second year:
Data Structure Foundation
Fundamentals of Computer Logic Design
Computer Composition and Design
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
Advanced Data Structure and Algorithm Analysis
Communication Skills for Information Technology
Artificial Intelligence Foundation
Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience
The third year:
Operation System Principle and Practice
Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science
Artificial Intelligence Ethics and Safety
Introduction to Natural Language Processing
Introduction to Computer Vision
Artificial Intelligence Chip and System
Design Awareness and Design Intelligence
The fourth year:
Artificial Intelligence Practice
The College of Computer Science and Technology educates future leaders in computer science with interdisciplinary innovation capabilities to address global challenges in the AI2.0 world.
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