Study programme’s generic objectives
This course leads to a master degree in Electrical Engineering, specializing in the areas of Energy and Automation and Industrial Electronics. In particular the course seeks to assign advanced level skills in: production and distribution of electricity, electrical instalations design, electrical machine design, control systems, intelligent systems, automation networks, electronic converters and drives, embedded electronics, automation networks, robotic systems and in economic management and energy markets. The study cycle complements introductory and intermediate the skills gained in the first degree in Electrical Engineering and assign new skills in advanced and innovative topics such as nuclear power and renewables sources of energy, thus graduating engineers with recognized professionals qualifications and acceptance in the global work market.
High participation in national and international r&d projects.
High employability of graduates in the study cycle (approx. 100%).