26 November 2012

Angola: UAN Runs Seminar On Computer Engineering

Luanda — The Agostinho Neto University (UAN) will be held on 28, 29 and 30 November at the University Campus of Camama, in Luanda, the First Seminar on Computer Engineering.

According to a statement from the university, made available to Angop on Monday, the meeting will be held under the motto "Current Education and Curricular Change Curricular Change," being promoted by UAN, through its Department of Teaching and Research of .

Computer Engineering of the Faculty of Engineering.

It aims at adjusting the teaching of computer science in UAN to the new dynamics imposed by the constant changes in Information Technology and Communication, following the trends of innovation and upgrading the curriculum of Computer Engineering, adapting it to the challenges of the XXI century.

It adds that the seminar will also address the profile of the computer engineer and know the trends and innovations produced by various manufacturers in the world of Information and Communication Technologies and strategies for maximizing human resources sector.

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