ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING
The competence of the graduate in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering reects the needs of the sector of Information Engineering, which requires professionals having the ability of synthesizing information, keeping up with technical progress, collaborating and coordinating with experts of other sectors and having a solid technical background. The graduate in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering is a professional having knowledge and competence in the areas of Electronics, Telecommunications, Automation and Biomedical engineering.
The curriculum of the degree consists in a shared first and second year program of studies while, in the third year, students can choose among different specializations which will expand their knowledge in the different areas mentioned above.
The teachings provided during the third year also provide the necessary information so that students can make the appropriate choice of the higher educational levels (Master of Science Degrees and Post-graduate degrees).
- Specialization in Automation: graduates in this sector are employed as technical experts of highly integrated technological systems for industrial automation. Their responsibilities concern the areas of electrical engineering and measurements, industrial robotics, control systems, and systems and technology for energy. The skills acquired are readily expendable in an industrial context and may also be advantageously employed in the corresponding Master of Science Degree in Electrical and Automation Engineering, where they will be provided insights into specific areas including industrial automation, mechatronics, advanced robotics, automated controls, electrical machinery, electrical and electronic systems, power and industrial electrical systems, diagnostics, risk assessment and safety.
- Specialization in Electronics: the engineer with expertise in this area is a readily employable professional with specific expertise in the design and production of circuit boards, electronic devices and systems. Graduates will be able to carry out technical and operational management activities and to support the technical and business development initiatives in the field. In this area knowledge in the biomedical field can be acquired. The corresponding Master of Science Degree in Electronics Engineering strengthens this multidisciplinary character deepening, in particular, knowledge in areas such as industrial, digital and high frequency electronics.
- Specialization in Telecommunications: graduates having expertise in Telecommunications can master scientific methods and content in the field of information and communication technology (ICT) and have specific skills in telecommunications with regard to telematics, transmission of information and information processing. The training objective is to provide graduates with specific knowledge in the field of electromagnetic technologies with reference to aspects of propagation and assessment of the impact of engineering solutions in the social and physical environment.
- Specialization in Biomedical engineering: the biomedical sector aims at training professionals with technological expertise in the field of biomedical engineering; those professionals are able to provide technical support in the development of services and systems, to carry out management, evaluation and maintenance activities, and to contribute to the diffusion of new enterprises in this field. Studied subjects range from biomedical instrumentation (diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative), electronics and industrial application in medicine and biology, and processing of medical and biological information.
Head of Course: Michele Basso