Master Degree - (English-taught) - School: Engineering - Access type: Open with curriculum evaluation
- Class: LM-29 (Ministerial Decree No 270 of 2004)
- Course type: Master Degree
- Duration: 2 years
- Access type: Open with curriculum evaluation
- School: Engineering
- Department: Electronic Engineering
- Course code: T20
Description And Teaching Objectives
of complex systems. The training project is based on three basic disciplines: Electronics, Mechanics and Automatics, and the activities envisaged provide the students with the tools necessary for the integrated development of a mechatronic system, for which it is necessary to guarantee an integrated design approach between Mechanics and Electronic.
The Degree is characterized by an extensive and in-depth knowledge of the basic disciplines of electronics and modern mechanics, and on the other by the skills that make it able to appreciate and further develop the changes and innovations of a sector In particular, the student's skills are developed in the fields of electronic design (digital and analogue, including RF), power electronics (required for the implementation), sensory (for measurement and transduction of the involved physical quantities), robotics (both mechanical and control), combustion engines, automation and control. In addition to these increased skills, which are to expand or supplement existing training, will provide further insights into student choices, further enhancing the analytical and understanding skills of the mechatronics engineer.
The course is organized in 3 separate curricula, which deepen specific professional skills: Electronics, Mechanics, Systems.
Graduates are able to cover technical roles and to develop research in those contexts that require knowledge of the methodological and operational aspects of basic and engineering sciences. Graduates are also able to work in an advanced context, focusing on the specific aspects of Electronics, Mechanics and Control, with particular reference to the interaction between these disciplines.
The main employment opportunities envisaged are those of innovation and development of production, advanced planning, planning and programming, complex systems management, both in the freelance profession and in manufacturing and service industries as well as in public administrations. Graduates can find employment in engineering and manufacturing companies, electronic and mechanical equipment, manufacturing industries, public administration and service companies that apply mechatronic technologies and infrastructures for the acquisition and processing of signals, The control and optimization of mechanical systems and systems, both civil and industrial.
Training through an English-language course facilitates the access into a foreign labor market and in national production processes that have a strong international trend.
Web References and Contacts
- Website: http://www.mechatronics.uniroma2.it/
Coordinator: Professor Gian Carlo Cardarilli
- E-mail: G.Cardarilli@uniroma2.it
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