Informatics Doctoral degree has a research focus on two areas: Data Science and Cyber-physical Systems (CPS). Graduates will have the competence as a principal investigator in a large research programme who can develop their knowledge independently or join a team in a research institution, university, or industry, and have leadership and management skills.

Informatics doctoral degree has a 3 years length of study with regular class schedules from Monday to Friday carried out onsite with a note that the schedule is adjusted by terms of the study programme.

Job Prospect

Multimedia SpecialistCyber Forensic Specialist
Social Computing SpecialistSoftware Engineer and Developer
Data ScientistTechnology Analyst
Internet of Things SpecialistTechnology Analyst
Cryptographic SpecialistFull-stack Developer
Back-end DeveloperAcademician


1st Semester
Advanced Data Sciences atau Advanced CPS3
Qualifying Examination3
Research Philosophy & Methodology3
Total Credit9
2nd Semester
Recent Trend in Data Sciences3
Dissertation Research Proposal6
Total Credit9
3rd Semester
Dissertation Research and Seminar 15
Writing Scientific Publications 11
Total Credit6
4th Semester
Dissertation Research and Seminar 25
Writing Scientific Publications 22
Total Credit7
5th Semester
Dissertation Research and Seminar 35
Writing Scientific Publications 33
Total Credit8
6th Semester
Dissertation Examination3
Total Credit3