Master course in
Digital Skills For Sustainable Societal Transitions
Organization of the master course
The Master of Science is organized in a first year dedicated to learn about the relevant programming instruments, database management, artificial intelligence, and geographical information systems (GIS) as well as fundamental knowledge related to business and public administration management, to social transformations and to legal regulation of technological innovation.
The second year, then, centers on applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) as well of other information and communication technologies applied to the development of sustainable solutions for post-carbon communities.
The program ends with a semester where the acquired digital expertise is used to design and/or study a specific case for the final thesis, to highlight the student’s capacity to work autonomously.
Activities for the final thesis include a traineeship in companies, public administration bodies, or research institutes.
The Master Course in Biomedical Engineering is organized in three specialization pathways:
In the following a short list of the courses grouped per periods, the full list can be found here.
In the following video the description of the main teaching targets.