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Informatics engineering

 

Informatics engineering

Informatics engineering is the direct translation from many southern European languages of an engineering discipline most commonly known in English as computer engineering.

In Portugal and other countries however informatics engineering (sometimes also referred as informatics and computers engineering) refers strictly to computer science whereas electrotechnical and computers engineering refers to computer engineering.

Work

Those that graduate with a degree in Informatics Engineering can be found with jobs in the following fields: Databases, Computer networks, Software development, Computer Security, Systems administration, Consulting, Internet, Multimedia, Artificial intelligence, Bioinformatics.

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