Electronics is a unique discipline that combines technological innovation (hardware side) and design/application skills (software side). The course trains professionals with a rich background in science, able to work on multiple levels, from the study of a single component to the development of complex systems.
Application areas include automotive, energy, biomedical, automation, communications, measurement, and photonics. Extensive course offerings with labs ensure effective training.
The large number of free choice courses allows for in-depth study of specific topics in the field of electronics, and to address issues characteristic of other information disciplines, achieving a multidisciplinary preparation.
The curriculum is organized into 6 tracks:
- Nanoelectronics and photonics
- Electronics for energy
- Advanced integrated circuits
- Biomedical and health care
- Consumer electronics and domotics
- Smart industry and automotive
The student will gain:
- Specific skills, in microelectronics, energy electronics, integrated circuit design, electronic measurements, microwave and photonic devices;
- Interdisciplinary skills, due to the presence of six tracks: Nanoelectronics and Photonics, Electronics for Energy, Integrated Circuits, Biomedical and Health Care, Consumer Electronics and Domotics, Smart Industry and Automotive
Thanks to the multidisciplinary preparation, the student will be able to acquire skills both at the device and system (hardware) level and at the control and software level. The presence of international exchanges with prestigious institutions will ensure a competitive and effective education. Collaboration with companies will allow effective entry into the world of work.
Typical employment opportunities for Electronic Engineering graduates include:
- companies that develop systems and equipment in which electronics plays an essential role: automotive, biomedical, telecommunications, avionics, space, solid-state lighting, energy management and conversion
- industries for automation and robotics
- industries for aeronautics and space
- manufacturing companies using systems and equipment for process automation;
- enterprises designing, developing, engineering systems for information acquisition and transmission and their use in advanced telecom applications;
- manufacturing enterprises, agribusinesses, companies operating in the civil sector, sectors of government and service enterprises in which systems and infrastructure are used for the acquisition, processing, processing and transmission of information
- companies in different sectors that need expertise in the development and use of electronic systems and telecommunication services to support internal organization, production and marketing
- public and private enterprises of terrestrial or space-based telecommunication and remote sensing services
- Advanced research at the academic and industrial levels