Technology / Master's degree programme
Electronics Engineering

General information for the a.y. 2022-2023

Double study qualification with Universidad Tecnológica de Paraná (Brasile)

Disciplinary areaTechnology
Duration 2 years - 120 Credits
Admission Accesso Libero No limited access
Language Completely taught in English
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations
Call for Application / Short list Bando di ammissione al corso di Laurea Magistrale in lingua inglese a libero accesso in Electronics Engineering - Ingegneria Elettronica ( classe LM-29 ) A.A. 2022-2023
Call for Applications for the international Masterís Degree Programme in Electronics Engineering (Class LM-29)A.A. 2022/2023 RESERVED TO FOREIGN/INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS REQUIRING A VISA FOR ITALY

Presentation

Thinking of a machine, installation or tool without any electronic component is today extremely improbable, still it is even more difficult thinking of our life without a “prosthetic” digital instrument (such as a smartphone or IoT). Enrolling in the Master's Degree Programme in Electronic Engineering means training for high-level careers in the industry, service, or research sectors in Italy and abroad. The degree programme in Electronics Engineering aims to train Master graduates both for the sector of industrial automation, and for the sector of new “smart and connected” technologies, by offering a study programme divided into two curricula: 1) Industrial Automation 2) Smart Connected Systems.

Course content

The Degree Programme allows students to further explore their general and specific engineering skills in one of the two curricula: “Industrial Automation” and “Smart and Connected Systems”. Students may also choose additional teachings on aspects they are interested in, by attending courses linked to the most innovative research. Classes are held in English and give students the opportunity to learn the technical jargon required for an easy access to the job market and international research. The final examination is an important experimental or design activity also developed jointly with international companies and research centres. The preparation that our students get is renowned for being a high- quality one: many engineers who have graduated in this Master's Programme now work for important European and US companies and centres.

Career options

At the end of the study programme, students become Electronic Engineers, trained to design complex electronic systems, advanced components and circuits. The typical professional fields are those of innovation and development, advanced design, and management and control of electronic systems. Graduates may find a job in companies operating in the design and manufacturing of components, circuits and electronic systems, manufacturing industries, automation and automotive industries, public administration sectors, and service companies. Furthermore, Master Graduates may continue their studies with Second-level Advanced Master Programmes and/or PhDs, in particular in the ICT (Information and Communication Technology) area. They may also participate in the Double Degree programme with the Federal Technological University of Paranà (Brazil) to obtain a Master's degree valid both in Italy and in Brazil.

List of single courses taught in English

- Advanced Photonics [ credits: 6]
- Automotive Connectivity [ credits: 6]
- Automotive Electronics [ credits: 6]
- Biosensing with Advanced Electronic [ credits: 6]
- Electron Devices and Components [ credits: 9]
- Instrumentation and measurement methods [ credits: 9]
- Modeling and Control of Electromechanical Systems [ credits: 6]
- Networking Technologies and Protocols [ credits: 9]
- Photonics and Microwaves [ credits: 9]
- Power Electronics [ credits: 9]
- Reliability in Electronics [ credits: 6]
- Systems and Control Theory [ credits: 6]
- Techniques and Systems for Digital Communications [ credits: 9]

More information

Course Director
prof. Luca Vincetti
e-mail luca.vincetti@unimore.it
Tutor
prof. Mattia Borgarino
e-mail mattia.borgarino@unimore.it

The course is managed by the "Enzo Ferrari" Department of Engineering