Objectives
Providing comprehensive and integrated studies of topics in ambient computing, multimedia, interaction.

Why
Smart devices have moved into our lives. Ambient computing will change our perception of our living environment. Robots and robotics will offer new user adapted services, as houses become smart. After this Master, you will be able to understand the main ideas and key issues in ambient computing, multimedia information processing, context-aware speech and image/video processing, sensors and sensor network, human-machine interaction (person-system interaction); to propose solutions to handle these issues; to imagine and design new applications in this field; and to participate in innovation in Vietnam and Asia.

You will be trained to develop professional skills needed for success in teamwork, written and oral communication and to develop independent study skills to obtain knowledge of state-of-the-art information.
In an international environment, you can build a global contact network of tutors, researchers and industrials, as well as fellow students.

ACMI Master Students joint NII's International Internship Program in Tokyo, Japan

After their Master Defense, Thanh and Nam have joint the NII's International Internship Program in Tokyo, Japan

Master Thesis Defense of the 1st promotion 2014-2016

Nguyen Tien Thanh and Hoang Van Nam, two students of the 1st promotion of ACMI were successfully defended their master thesis in 25th Feb 2016.  They both received high note and congratulations from the jury.

Professor Javier Larrosa has given “Knowledge modeling and resonning” course for ACMI students in 2014B

From December 16th 2014 to January 16th, 2015, Professor Javier LARROSA has given “Knowledge modeling and resonning” course ...

Starting admission procedure for Aug 2016 (promotion 2016B)

The second admission procedure for the school year 2016-2017 is started. Please see more information in the Admission Procedure

Documentation and research about Tai-Kadai and Austroasiatic languages: results of 6 months' work as part of the DO-RE-MI-FA project

Seminar presented by Frédéric Pain, researcher linguist from MICA Institute - Date: Thursday 26 March 2015, 14h00 - Location: Seminar room, MICA Institute, Hanoi University of Sciences and Technology

Detection and correction of image distortions from FIB-SEM tomograms of biological samples

Seminar presented by Dr Hoang Van Thai, postdoctorant at University of Strasbourg, France - Date: Wednesday 4 March 2015, 15h00 - Location: seminar room, MICA Institute, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

The algorithmics of graphical models

Seminar of Pr Javier LARROSA, from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain - Date: Thursday 8 January 2015, 15h00 - Location: seminar room, Institut MICA, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Model Driven Engineering for the Internet of Things

Seminar of Pr Jean-Marc JEZEQUEL, professor at Université de Rennes, France and director of the IRISA research laboratory - Date: Friday 5 December 2014 at 15h30 - Location: "seminar room", Institut MICA, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Echelles d'agrégation temporelle dans les réseaux dynamiques

Seminar of Pr Christophe Crespelle, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and Mathematiques Institute of Hanoi - Date: Thursday 25 September 2014, 14h00 - Location: "seminar room", Institut MICA, Hanoi University of Sciences and Technology

Articulatory modeling and the definition of acoustic-perceptual targets for reference vowels

Seminar of Pr Jacqueline Vaissière, emerit professor in phonetics, LPP research laboratory, France - Date: Monday 22 September 2014, 14h00 - Location: "seminar room", Institut MICA, Hanoi University of Science and Technology