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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Engineering

Academic Year 2018/2019

Category of degree: L-8

Coordinator Board of degree course: Francesco Giuseppe Della Corte


The 1st-level Degree Course in Information Engineering aims at forming professional figures with wide and transversal competences in the area of design and application of systems and techniques for the acquisition, conversion, transmission, processing and management of the information as electrical quantities both analog and digital.

For this purpose, they are considered to be essential the theoretic knowledge and the capability of using practically the techniques for the analysis and the synthesis of: analog and digital electronic circuits, microwave devices, telecommunication systems, systems and codes for information processing, control systems, measuring instruments for the electrical parameters of all these systems.

This professional figure answers to the needs of a technical job market in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) that, especially at first employment level, requires great elasticity and capability to professionally deals with interdisciplinary problems.

The educational objectives are achieved through a balanced training program over three years that allows the student to get:

  • a basic education offering the fundamental knowledge related to Calculus, Geometry, Chemistry and Physics. Although this background is common to all Engineering courses, the teaching is organized in such a way as to relate, as much as possible, theoretical aspects and information technologies applications. This training phase is mainly concentrated at the first year;
  • a broad engineering training in the ICT field, to learn about the basics and the related methodologies of the main disciplines at the basis of the ICT field. This training phase is mainly concentrated at the second year;
  • a specialised training in the areas of Electronics, Computer science, and Telecommunications, focused on the design and analysis of systems and algorithms for the acquisition, conversion, transmission, processing and management of the information as electrical quantities. This training phase is mainly concentrated between the second half of the second year and the third year.

The educational objectives, organized per topics, are the following:

  • knowledge of the basic concepts of geometry, calculus, chemistry and physics;
  • knowledge of the laws governing the motion of material points and thermodynamics;
  • knowledge of the laws governing the electromagnetic phenomena in dynamic regime;
  • ability to use adequate mathematical tools for modelling and solving problems related to applied sciences;
  • ability to transform a physical problem in a mathematical problem and to interpret physically the result;
  • knowledge of the laws governing the behaviour of simple electrical circuits in stationary, sinusoidal and dynamic regime;
  • ability to solve simple electrical circuits in stationary, sinusoidal and dynamic regime;
  • knowledge of the wired propagation of electromagnetic waves;
  • ability to analyse the phenomena related to wired propagation and to design the transmitting media in order to optimize the information transmission;
  • knowledge of the rules governing the electromagnetic radiation from elementary sources and of the fundamental parameters of an antenna;
  • ability to analyse and design simple antenna connections;
  • ability to recognize advantages and disadvantages of different solutions for long-distance information transmission;
  • understanding the basic concepts of information theory, coding and modulation techniques used in modern wireless and wired communications systems, protocols and algorithms for telecommunication networks, the operating principles of the major LAN, MAN and WAN networks, the rules of networks interconnection, the TCP/IP architecture and protocols and the most common client-server applications, the cellular mobile radio communications;
  • ability to apply the acquired knowledge to the study of transmission channels, the analysis of signals, the design of digital communication systems;
  • ability to analyse the performance of protocols at different ISO/OSI layers, to optimize such performance for designing and dimensioning the reference networks, to apply the principles of interconnection to configure machines connected to the Internet and use basic diagnostic tools, to implement through standard tools simple modules that simulate telecommunication networks operation;
  • acquisition of an appropriate level of autonomy to identify the most adequate transmission techniques and algorithms at various protocol layers for the design of a telecommunication network/system, to design the IP addressing plan of a public or private site, to dimension and plan a mobile radio network;
  • knowledge of the main properties of dynamic systems and of the analytical and numerical techniques for the computation of the response of an open-loop and a closed-loop linear system;
  • ability to model simple dynamic systems, to compute the free and forced response in the time domain both in transitory and stationary regime, to determine the frequency response of a linear system;
  • ability to illustrate the main properties of a dynamic system;
  • knowledge and understanding of the theoretical and practical foundations of the theory of measurements and the main related methods in order to be able to use the basic instruments for signal analysis in the amplitude, time and frequency domains, to interpret correctly the specifications, and to collect and elaborate the measurement data;
  • ability to program using object-oriented languages, which are adequate for large-scale programming and diffused in the context of mobile programming;
  • knowledge of advanced data structures and main algorithms, and ability to evaluate the quality of the algorithms also based on the computational complexity;
  • knowledge of the basic principles of databases and ability to design relational databases and Web-based applications interfacing such databases;
  • knowledge of the structure and behavour of modern operating systems, as well as the basic concepts of concurrent programming;
  • knowledge of the fundamental principles, methods and tools of software engineering;
  • acquisition of an appropriate level of autonomy in both the design of algorithms, applications and information systems, and the ability to learn languages, systems, environments, and platforms used in application and industrial ICT contexts;
  • ability to understand the fundamental physical phenomena determining the behaviour of the main active and passive electronic components such as diodes and transistors;
  • ability to analyse and understand the behaviour of basic passive and active electronic circuits, and ability to design basic analog electronic circuits, such as transistor amplifiers, with given characteristics;
  • ability to synthetize logic circuits and knowledge of the main technologies used to build them;
  • ability to communicate using the English language for simple and direct information exchange and to understand and translate a scientific text;
  • acquisition of an adequate technical language so that the graduate student can communicate effectively in industrial and professional ICT contexts;
  • ability to relate to the stakeholders in a practical and effective way by clearly and synthetically presenting the activity results or specific requirements;
  • ability to learn rapidly the basic principles of new technologies for transmission of information and the new network architecture.

The 1st-level Degree Course is organized in a unique curriculum, offering basic, characterizing, and integrative training activities. The training objectives and the results of the knowledge give to the graduate student the necessary means for either a direct inclusion in the job market or the continuation of studies towards a Master Degree. 


First year

COURSE ECTS SSD SEMESTER
General Physics I 6 FIS/01 First semester
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS I 9 MAT/05 First semester
INFORMATICS FUNDAMENTALS 9 ING-INF/05 First semester
English 3 First semester
MATHEMATICAL ANALISYS II & PROBABILITY CALCULATION Second semester
- MATHEMATICAL ANALISYS II 6 MAT/05 Second semester
- PROBABILITY CALCULATION 3 MAT/05 Second semester
CHEMISTRY 6 CHIM/07 Second semester
GEOMETRY 6 MAT/03 Second semester
General Physics II 6 FIS/01 Second semester

Second year

COURSE ECTS SSD SEMESTER
Algorithms and Data Structures 6 ING-INF/05 First semester
FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 12 ING-IND/31 First semester
Fundamentals of Communication Systems 9 ING-INF/03 First semester
Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronics First semester
- Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronics MOD. I 6 ING-INF/01 First semester
Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronics Second semester
- Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronics MOD. II 6 ING-INF/01 Second semester
Electromagnetic fields (fundamentals) 9 ING-INF/02 Second semester
TEORIA DEI SISTEMI E FONDAMENTI DI TEORIA DEL CONTROLLO 6 ING-INF/04 Second semester
6 CFU a scelta 6 Second semester
- ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FOR ENERGY 6 ING-IND/33 Second semester
- RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES 6 ING-IND/11 Second semester

Third year

COURSE ECTS SSD SEMESTER
Operating Systems and Databases First semester
- Operating Systems 6 ING-INF/05 First semester
- Databases 6 ING-INF/05 First semester
Basics of Electronic Measurements 6 ING-INF/07 First semester
Telecommunication Networks and Telematics First semester
- Telecommunication Networks 6 ING-INF/03 First semester
- Telematics 6 ING-INF/03 First semester
ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 9 ING-INF/01 Second semester
Microwave devices and circuits 6 ING-INF/02 Second semester
Final test 3 Second semester
Ulteriori attività formativa 6 Second semester
- INTERNSHIP 6 Second semester
- Telecommunications Laboratory 6 ING-INF/03 Second semester
- CISCO LABORATORY 6 Second semester
12 cfu a scelta dello studente 12 Second semester
- Semiconductor phisycs 6 FIS/01 Second semester
- Basics of Electronic Measurements II 6 ING-INF/07 Second semester
- Software Engineering 6 ING-INF/05 Second semester
- NUMERICAL CALCULUS AND PROGRAMMING 6 MAT/08 Second semester
- Electronics lab 6 ING-INF/01 Second semester
- GRAPH THEORY 6 MAT/03 Second semester
- Planning of Wireless Systems 6 ING-INF/03 Second semester
- ELECTRICAL USER'S AND PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS 6 ING-IND/33 Second semester
- Transport Systems Engineering 6 ICAR/05 Second semester
- Intelligent transportation infrastructures 6 ICAR/04 Second semester
- transport and logistics 6 ICAR/05 Second semester
- traffic control 6 ICAR/05 Second semester
- Web Database Technologies 6 ING-INF/05 Second semester
- FOUNDATIONS OF STATIC CONVERTERS FOR ELECTRICAL ENERGY 6 ING-IND/32 Second semester
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