Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering
Master's degree programme
|Duration||2 years - 120 Credits|
|Admission||Limited access, see call for applications|
|Language||Completely taught in English|
|Regulation||Main Teaching Regulations|
PresentationElectronic engineers today working in the field of automotive electronics are faced with daily challenges related to the evolution of traditional vehicles within a complex, high-tech environment. This environment is based on the interplay of mechanics, electronics, energy conversion and storage technologies, materials and control systems. The objective of the programme is to equip students with engineering fundamentals, prepare them for real world applications, and enable them to design, develop and manufacture the main sub-systems of cars and motorcycles, with particular reference to the premium and motorsport market sector. The course also offers training in the development and management of technological and production processes, and develops competences in the field of information engineering so as to enable students to design the most advanced electronic and computer systems in the automotive field. The master's degree programme consists of: a) lectures, held exclusively in English, providing in-depth theoretical and practical preparation in the laboratories of the University and of private companies so as to favour the development of high-level professional competencies based on a “learning by doing” approach; b) mandatory internships in private companies and lab-based thesis preparation activities carried out following a “project work” approach.
Course contentThe master's degree programme in Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering is aimed at developing a broad range of competences and skills in the design and manufacturing of high- performance cars and motorcycles in the premium segment and in racing. The first year focuses on subjects related to the electronics of the car of the future. The second year includes a variety of courses offering specialisation in the most innovative areas of R&D. Students are also given the opportunity to spend study periods abroad, either on Erasmus+ grants or for placement and thesis preparation activities.
Career optionsGraduates will find employment in the field of innovation and development of products and processes, advanced production design, planning and programming, management of complex systems within manufacturing or service companies involved in the design and production of vehicles in premium segments and racing at national and international level. Graduates can further complete their studies through a PhD and will possess the skills and qualifications required by law to apply for engineering jobs in the various areas of specialisation regulated by Italian state law within the Engineer Professional Register section A, sector C-Information.
- Course Director
- prof. Paolo Pavan
tel. 059 205 6158 - fax
The course is managed by the "Enzo Ferrari" Department of Engineering