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2234 - ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Homepage of MSc Degree Course in Electronics Engineering

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  Coordinator: Prof. Ing. Alessandro Busacca

  Full Professor - Department of Engineering

  e-mail: alessandro.busacca@unipa.it

 

  

 

The Master Degree in Electronics Engineering, with around 60 years of history, offers an interdisciplinary training program, organized in two years, and articulated in four curricula (“Modern Electronics”, “Telecommunications”, “Bioelectronics” and “Robotics and mechatronics”). Thanks to the acquired skills, especially through laboratory activities, graduates in Electronics Engineering can easily find a job.

Graduates in Electronics Engineering provide the answer to the need for transversal skills, nowadays more and more required in the fields of smart cities, Internet of Things, big data, secure and ultra-broadband telecommunications networks, last generation electrical networks, smart and electrical vehicles, domotics, mechatronics, robotics, but also of diagnostic medicine, new production technologies and modern power plant engineering.

  • The MODERN ELECTRONICS curriculum allows to work on the design, development and realization of electronic devices and systems, in different contexts including micro/nano electronics, electronic design, electronics for industry, energy and automotive. The graduates will have acquired a broad spectrum of knowledge, ranging from physics of semiconductors, to the technologies for designing and producing devices and circuits, to the electronic characterization methodologies and measurement equipment.
  • The TELECOMMUNICATION curriculum allows to find a job on the design, development, production, operation and maintenance of telecommunications systems, also for network operators providing telecommunications, remote sensing and traffic control services. The acquired knowledge and skills will pertain to different telecommunication fields: broadband communication systems, innovative modulation techniques, signal processing, networking and inter-networking technologies services, and system management.
  • The BIOELECTRONICS curriculum allows to work both in industries, health and sanitary facilities, specialized clinical laboratories, and also in research centres and universities, with tasks concerning the design, production, management and testing of biomedical sensors and instrumentation and the employment of suitable medical software for diagnostic support and for ambient assisted living. The knowledge and skills provided in the curriculum include a strong basic training in the electronic field, with specialized skills in the fields of sensors and diagnostic equipment, and of analysis and post-processing of signals, images and medical-biological data.
  • The ROBOTICS AND MECHATRONICS curriculum allows to find a job in the automotive, nautical, avionic, railway and electromechanical sector, also for companies dealing with industrial or mobile robotics, or in research and development centres specialized in the automation sector. Within this curriculum, the harmonized approach of systems engineering is employed to design novel complex systems. The main knowledge and skills acquired will deal with the identification and filtering of dynamical systems, the modeling, analysis, simulation and control of the main mobile robotics platforms available nowadays, with specific reference to robotics architectures and to control algorithms for vehicles and aircrafts.

 

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If you want to find information about BSc. course, please visit the homepage of BSc. course in Electronics Engineering (in Italian)


 

 

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