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Academic year 2010/2011
Master's Degree (MSc) on COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Coordinator Prof. Giuseppe Lo Re
Class of Master's Degree (MSc) on Computer systems engineering (LM-32)
2 years

Free access
Course Code
2035

Course info
The specific educational objectives of the 2nd cycle degree in Computer Engineering aim at providing students with solid groundings in the core and applicative aspects of computer engineering, in the traditional fields of planning, producing and managing complex computer systems and applications, as well as in advanced sectors, such as robotics, artificial intelligence, image processing, graphic computing, man-machine interaction, artificial vision, advanced computer architectures, network architectures. 2nd cycle graduates will possess advanced technical scientific competences that they may use for the analysis, planning, production and management of advanced computer systems. The acquired methodologies and tools will provide graduates with the capability to adapt quickly to the foreseeable continuous evolution of the sector. The relevant professional areas are: production innovation and development, advanced design, creation and management of software systems based upon artificial intelligence, advanced graphics and multimedia systems, robotics, both as private practitioners and in manufacturing or service companies and public administrations.
The expected professional opportunities for the 2nd cycle Degree in Computer Engineering are: - Advanced computer companies in the production of hardware and software; - Automation and robotics companies; - Companies in the field of information systems and computer networks; - Service companies; - Public administration information services. The course prepares for the following professions: - Specialists of basic computer research - Analysts and designers of applicative and system software; - System analysts; - Specialists in Information security; - Specialists in computer networks and communication.
It consists of the discussion of an original dissertation prepared by the student, showing his/her command of the subjects, the capability to work autonomously as well as the capability of communicating. The dissertation topic is chosen by the student and approved by the Board of the Degree Course, which appoints a supervisor and a counter-speaker. On passing the final examination, students will be awarded 9 credits.

course outline
Teachings first year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01475 - ADVANCED COMPUTER ARCHITECTURES SORBELLO (PQ) 12.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
13583 - PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT COGLITORE (PC) 6.0 Yearly V C ING-IND/35
02827 - DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING CAMPANELLA (PO) 6.0 Yearly V C ING-INF/03
04761 - FORMAL LANGUAGES AND COMPILERS LO RE (PO) 6.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
08980 - IMAGE PROCESSING THEORY AND TECHNIQUE ARDIZZONE (CU) 12.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
13581 - ARCHITECTURES AND DESIGN OF WEB SYSTEMS LA CASCIA (PO) 6.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
Free subjects (suggested) 9.0 D
Teachings second year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
03992 - ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE GAGLIO (PO) 12.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
06292 - ROBOTICS CHELLA (PO) 12.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
08978 - COMPUTER GRAPHICS PIRRONE (PA) 9.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
06461 - INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS LO RE (PO) 12.0 Yearly V B ING-INF/05
05917 - FINAL EXAMINATION 9.0 Yearly G E
Stage and others 9.0 X
Elective activities
Explaination
Term Term/Semester
Val. Valutation: V = mark in 30/30, G = note
(*) Teaching attended in english
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