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Degree course in ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (Codice 2252)
Curriculum\Profile description: INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES

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Detail Degree Course Academic year of the educational offer: 2021/2022
School:
  • POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL
Class:
  • Information technology engineering (L-8)

credits total:180

Educational objectives
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The specific objective of the 1st cycle Degree Course in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering is training professionals with solid scientific and technological groundings and specific competences in electronics, answering to the needs for soft skills, more and more requested in smart cities, in the internet-of-things, in big data, in secure and broadband telecommunications networks, in new generation electric networks, in the electric and intelligent car, in domotics, in mechatronics, in robotics, but also in diagnostic medicine and in the new production technologies of modern plant engineering. In addition to the essential tools of core scientific disciplines, the Degree course provides specific teachings in electronics and laboratory experimental activities and enables students to complete their training with subjects related to other areas, such as telecommunications, automation, electrical engineering, and bioelectronics. The Degree Course is designed with reference to specific learning areas. During the first year, students will gain the ability to understand the basic mathematical tools and the fundamentals of physics, but at the same time, they will face specific topics of Information Engineering, such as internet networks, information technology and logical networks. The second and third years of the course will be largely dedicated to specific electronic and telecommunications subjects, which will guide students in the process of learning the methods characterizing the analysis and design of modern electronic devices and systems. The preparation of students will be completed by laboratory experimental activities and by teachings related to further fields, such as telecommunications, automation, and electrical engineering. During the third year, students can choose: - to learn the modern techniques of automatic electronic circuit design and the methods for characterization, measurement and testing through electronic instruments (specialization in Modern Electronics). - to know the tools and methodologies characterizing the Internet of Things and attend the network and telecommunications laboratory (specialization in Internet Technologies). - to acquire specific skills in the field of sensors and diagnostic instrumentation, as well as in the processing and analysis of signals, images and medical-biological data (specialization in Biomedical Information Technologies). - to acquire the typical knowledge of the Control and Systems Engineering, industrial and mobile robotics and mechatronics as well as of the management of complex systems (specialisation in Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics) Thanks to the solid technical and scientific bases provided, the Degree Course in Electronic Engineering can guarantee a profitable access to the labour market at the end of the studies, but also enables graduates to deepen their own competences by enrolling in a 2nd cycle Degree Course.
Professional opportunities
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Profile: Electronic and Telecommunications Engineer: specialization in Modern Electronics Functions: The degree course in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering trains professionals for technical and organizational roles, also in a design and research context, favouring specific aspects of Electronics, without neglecting the general aspects. The educational programme enables graduates in Electronic ed Telecommunications Engineering specialized in Modern Electronics to work in the fields of design, development, engineering and production of electronic devices and systems, in contexts ranging from micro/nano electronics, to electronic design, to electronics for industry, energy, the car. Undergraduates acquire a broad spectrum of knowledge, ranging from semiconductors physics to microelectronics, to the technologies of the design and manufacture of devices and circuits, up to the characterization methodologies by means of electronic measurement and testing equipment. Graduates in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering specialized in Modern Electronics know the main methodologies and techniques for the design of electronic components, electronic systems, equipment and of the related manufacturing processes. Their training is completed and integrated through laboratory experiences. Skills: The educational profile of the Degree in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering with specialization in Modern Electronics enables students to develop high-tech skills, such as: - design and production of electronic components, subsystems, and systems. - knowledge of computer hardware and software, application packages and programming languages. - engineering, operation, and maintenance of electronic systems. - electronic control of equipment, machines, production chains. - management of electronic measurement systems, laboratories, and production lines. Professional opportunities: Graduates in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering specialized in Modern Electronics may work in the design, development, engineering and production of electronic devices and systems, in contexts ranging from micro/nano electronics, to electronic design, to electronics for the industry, energy, the car. The typical employment areas are the following: - companies for the design or development of semiconductors, integrated circuits, electronic components, devices and systems, electronic instrumentation for consumer applications (such as audio, video, telephony, IT), automation and robotics, transports, aeronautics, power. - companies producing, marketing and distributing electronic and IT products and devices. - manufacturing and service companies that use electronic technologies and infrastructures for automation and control. - productive and operational facilities using electronic technologies and infrastructures for the processing of signals in the civil, industrial and information fields. - public administrations. - electronic design consultancy companies. - national and international scientific and technological research organizations. - research and development laboratories. - regulatory and control bodies. - freelance activity for the design and implementation of electronic systems. Profile: Electronic and Telecommunications Engineer: specialization in Internet Technologies Functions: Electronic and Telecommunications Engineers specialized in Internet Technologies are able to operate, even autonomously, in the fields of design, engineering, production, operation and maintenance of telecommunications systems. They deepen the study of the most common communication protocols and of the Internet-of-Things through specific laboratory activities. The typical professional fields for graduates are public and private companies, not only in the ICT, but also in manufacturing, services and technical-commercial sectors. Skills: The Electronic and Telecommunications Engineers specialized in Internet Technologies is the answer to the needs of multidisciplinary skills, to develop intelligent applications in various environments (smart cities, smart homes, smart industry, etc.). The course is designed to provide the graduate with adequate and up-to-date preparation in the design and management of telecommunications networks and intelligent objects. The training also provides the tools and skills to carry out professional activities of technical "support" and data analysis in all those sectors whose productivity is now strongly connected to the ability to monitor processes, identify inefficiencies, and predict malfunctions. The skills provided by the course include: - planning of infrastructures, ICT systems and services. - management of ICT infrastructures, systems, and services. - analysis and sizing of telecommunications equipment, systems, or networks. - ability to create, modify or verify software and other applications related to the management and operation of telecommunications networks. - ability to prepare reports or technical documents. Professional opportunities: The Degree in Electronic Engineering with a specialization in Telecommunications enables graduates to operate in the sectors of design, engineering, production, operation, and maintenance of telecommunications systems, as well as with telecommunications services providers. Graduates in Electronic Engineering specialized in Telecommunications find their “natural” professional opportunities in: - Systems and services integrators and ICT consulting companies. - network operators that manage telecommunications systems. - public and private companies and organizations that provide telecommunications, remote sensing, and traffic control services. - purpose-built companies destined to build wireless networks to bridge the 'Digital Divide'. - regulatory, standardization, certification bodies. Profile: Electronic and Telecommunications Engineer: specialization in Biomedical Information Technologies Functions: Graduates in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering with specialization in Biomedical Information Technologies have skills in the design and characterization of biomedical measurement systems, and are able to design, implement and test sensors and electro medical equipment for the monitoring, diagnosis and therapy. Moreover, they will be able to implement techniques for processing relevant data and images for biomedicine, for the analysis and modelling of physiological systems, and for the management and transmission of medical information. Graduates will also deal with clinical decision support systems, health information systems and, finally, the development of medical software. Skills: Graduates have solid basic groundings with respect to electronic components, circuits, and systems, with specific skills in the field of sensors and diagnostic instrumentation, as well as of the processing and analysis of medical and biological signals, images and data. Thanks to their educational path, they will be able to deal with the design, production, management and testing of biosensors and biomedical instrumentation; with the development of algorithms for processing signals and biomedical images; with the use of appropriate medical software for diagnostic assistance; with the solution of methodological and technological problems in the physiological and clinical field. Professional opportunities: Graduates in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering with specialization in Biomedical Information Technologies can operate mainly in factories, hospitals, specialized clinical laboratories, research centres and universities, for the design, production, management and testing of biomedical sensors and equipment and for the use of appropriate medical software for diagnostic assistance and in assisted living environments. In addition, they may find employment in the clinical engineering departments and specialist laboratories of healthcare companies, dealing with the testing and maintenance of biomedical instrumentation and the design, implementation, and management of innovative healthcare services. Finally, they will also be able to work as private practitioners after passing the national qualification exam and registration to the Board. Profile: Electronic and Telecommunications Engineer: specialization in Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics Functions: Graduates in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering, with specialisation in Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics have a cultural and professional profile focused on scientific and technological knowledge of industrial and mobile robotics and mechatronics and are able to identify, formulate and solve, even in innovative ways, complex problems or problems requiring an interdisciplinary approach. They possess advanced knowledge of the automatic analysis and design methodologies, enabling them to introduce within a complex system the "intelligence" necessary to manage its operation without human intervention (automatic control) , optimizing in some sense its functioning and dominating the interaction both between the various components of the system and that between the system and the surrounding environment. Graduates in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering, with specialisation in Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics, are therefore equipped with specific skills enabling them to promptly fit into very differentiated working environments, working as systems engineers and/or designers and/or technicians in any application context in which automation technologies and principles play an important role. Skills: The skills provided by the Degree course in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering, specialisation in Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics, are related to the identification and filtering of dynamic systems, the modelling, analysis, simulation and control of the main mobile robotic platforms available today, with specific reference to robotics architectures and to the control of algorithms for vehicles and aircraft. Furthermore, specific skills will be provided with respect to the study of the properties of the models aimed at designing laws and control strategies in accordance with particular project specifications. Professional opportunities: Graduates in Electronic and telecommunications Engineering with a specialization in Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics can operate mainly in factories and companies in the electronic, mechanical, automotive, electromechanical, aerospace, chemical and industrial, mobile and submarine robotics sectors. In addition, they may find professional opportunities in service manufacturing companies (purification plants, transport, energy, civil and industrial automation), research and development centres and laboratories for the automation sector. Finally, they may work in the public administration or carry out the freelance profession after passing the national qualification exam and enrolling in the professional register.
Final examination features
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To obtain the Degree students must acquire 180 Credits, including those related to the Final examination, whose number of credits is defined within Course regulations. The final examination aims at assessing the level of maturity and the critical skills of graduates, with respect to the acquired learning and knowledge, upon completion of the activitiesincluded in the educational programme. The final examination consists of a written or oral test in accordance with the rules defined in the regulations on the Final Examination of the Degree Course for each academic year, respecting and coherent with the timing, ministerial requirements and the relevant University guidelines.


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Teachings first year \ in common with the others curricula\profiles
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
03675 - GEOMETRY course specifications VALENTI (PO) 6.0 1 V A MAT/03
04677 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE 3.0 1 G E
18073 - COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS - INTEGRATED COURSE course specifications VELLA (IE) 12.0 Yearly V
PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTER SCIENCE VELLA (IE) 6.0 A ING-INF/05
LOGIC CIRCUITS VELLA (IE) 6.0 A ING-INF/05
19109 - MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS - INTEGRATED COURSE course specifications NASTASI (PC) 12.0 1 V
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS - MODULE 1 NASTASI (PC) 6.0 A MAT/05
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS - MODULE 2 NASTASI (PC) 6.0 A MAT/05
03295 - PHYSICS 1 course specifications SCIORTINO (RD) 9.0 2 V A FIS/03
06243 - INTERNET NETWORKS course specifications MANGIONE (RU) 6.0 2 V B ING-INF/03
Stage and others 6.0 F


Teachings second year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
02965 - ELECTRICAL DEVICES AND CIRCUITS course specifications ROMANO (PA) 9.0 1 V C ING-IND/31
07811 - PHYSICS II course specifications MESSINA (PA) 6.0 1 V A FIS/01
20501 - MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR ELECTRONICS course specifications BAGARELLO (PO) 6.0 1 V C MAT/07
02190 - AUTOMATIC CONTROL course specifications D'IPPOLITO (PA) 9.0 2 V B ING-INF/04
02647 - ELECTRONIC DEVICES course specifications BUSACCA (PO) 9.0 2 V B ING-INF/01
07393 - SIGNAL THEORY course specifications GARBO (PO) 9.0 2 V B ING-INF/03
17878 - MACHINE LEARNING course specifications TINNIRELLO (PO) 9.0 2 V C ING-INF/03
Free subjects (suggested) 15.0 D


Teachings third year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01751 - ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS course specifications CINO (PA) 9.0 1 V B ING-INF/02
20526 - INTERNET OF THINGS(*) course specifications 6.0 1 V B ING-INF/03
21249 - ELECTRONICS 1 + ELECTRONICS LABORATORY - INTEGRATED COURSE course specifications LULLO (PA) 12.0 1 V
ELECTRONICS 1 LULLO (PA) 6.0 B ING-INF/01
ELECTRONICS - LABORATORY CUSUMANO (RU) 6.0 B ING-INF/01
02945 - ELECTRONICS 2 course specifications MACALUSO (RU) 9.0 2 V B ING-INF/01
05917 - FINAL EXAMINATION 3.0 2 V E
17883 - EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ELECTRONICS course specifications GIACONIA (PA) 6.0 2 V B ING-INF/01
21980 - TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS - LABORATORY(*) course specifications MANGIONE (RU) 9.0 2 V B ING-INF/03


Elective activities

Stage and others credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
11028 - INTERNSHIP 6 CREDITS 6.0 1 G F
11033 - INTERNSHIP 3 CREDITS 3.0 1 G F
11034 - OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - 1 CREDIT 1.0 1 G F
11035 - OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - 2 CREDITS 2.0 1 G F
11036 - OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - 3 CREDITS 3.0 1 G F
11037 - OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - 4 CREDITS 4.0 1 G F
11038 - OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - 5 CREDITS 5.0 1 G F
11039 - OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - 6 CREDITS 6.0 1 G F
11351 - INTERNSHIP 5 CREDITS 5.0 1 G F
15458 - INTERNSHIP 4 CREDITS 4.0 1 G F
18561 - MAT LAB AND SIMULINK FOR CYBERNETIC ENGINEERING 3.0 1 G F
20499 - MICROTECHNOLOGIES LABORATORY 3.0 1 G F
20502 - INTERNET OF THINGS LABORATORY 3.0 1 G F
21167 - INTERNSHIP 10 CREDITS 2.0 1 G F
21235 - APPLIED MATHEMATICS INSIGHTS course specifications BAGARELLO (PO) 4.0 1 G F
21236 - PRINCIPLES OF OPTICS BASILE (PA) 3.0 1 G F


Free subjects (suggested) credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
04812 - ELECTRICAL MACHINES course specifications DI TOMMASO (PA) 9.0 1 V D ING-IND/32
05262 - ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS course specifications CATALIOTTI (PO) 9.0 1 V D ING-INF/07
05839 - AUTOMATIC DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS course specifications 6.0 1 V D ING-INF/01
19177 - PRINCIPLES OF ROBOTICS course specifications FAGIOLINI (RU) 6.0 1 V D ING-INF/04
21178 - DYNAMIC SYSTEMS IDENTIFICATION AND FILTERING(*) course specifications SFERLAZZA (RD) 9.0 1 V D ING-INF/04
18412 - BIOMEDICAL SENSORS AND EQUIPMENT course specifications FAES (PA) 9.0 2 V D ING-INF/06
19354 - BIOMEDICAL DATA AND SIGNAL PROCESSING course specifications 6.0 2 V D ING-INF/06


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Term Term/Semester
Val. Valutation: V = mark in 30/30, G = note
(*) Teaching attended in english
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