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2nd Cycle Degree Course: Electronic Engineering

Academic Year 2018/2019

Category of degree: LM-29

Coordinator Board of degree course: Giacomo Messina

The specific objectives of the Master program in Electronic Engineering include the acquisition of specific competencies and capabilities in the field of advanced electronics technologies, analog, digital and microwave electronic design methods, industrial automation and advanced measurement techniques.

More in detail, specific objectives are:

  • The acquisition of advanced knowledge in the fields of electromagnetic fields, including advanced techniques of numerical analysis, techniques for analysis and design of microwave circuits;
  • The ability to design microwave circuits with assigned bandwidth characteristics;
  • The ability to identify the main factors influencing the behavior of a microwave system;
  • The ability to comprehend the main findings of the recent literature on microwaves and numerical methods for high-frequency systems analysis;
  • Communicate, with appropriate language and in an updated manner with respect to the state of the art, competences and results in the field of analysis and design of microwave and radiofrequency devices;
  • Acquire the ability to undertake further electromagnetic field studies with some degree of autonomy.
  • Understanding of analytical and numerical models of semiconductor devices;
  • Understanding the role of doping and polarization profiles in determining electrical fields and potential barriers that determine the characteristics of such devices;
  • Ability to design active and passive devices, such as MOSFET and BJT with assigned characteristics;
  • Understanding the physical principles of operation of the main electronic sensors and microchip integrable electronic devices;
  • Ability to use commercial simulation tools of semiconductor devices;
  • Ability to understand and use the equipment devoted to the characterization of such devices.
  • Acquisition of advanced skills in assessing the characteristics of the different types of single and double stage amplifiers, and circuits with feedback;
  • Acquiring skills in the use of CAD tools for designing such devices;
  • Knowledge of advanced methodologies of analysis and design of digital integrated circuits;
  • Ability to design a layout, estimate the parasitic effects of interconnections, design power lines.
  • Understanding the basic aspects of VLSI electronic design techniques;
  • Ability to perform simulation and circuit synthesis of VLSI systems
  • Accurate knowledge and understanding of automated measuring systems, and the ability to apply this knowledge through the design and implementation of innovative measurement architectures. - Ability to define the metrological characteristics necessary for the design and the realization of a measuring system based on sensors and measuring transducers;
  • Ability to integrate the methodological approach provided by industry standards to achieve complex measurement systems based on intelligent sensors for environmental and industrial applications. - Knowledge of the fundamental methodologies for proper management of measures in the automation of industrial production processes and the ability to handle complex projects through the methodological design of experiments,
  • capacity for virtual instrumentation for plant monitoring and production testing and ability to design testing programs for the characterization and control of reliability, quality and improvement of an industrial production process.
  • Knowledge of the properties of linear and nonlinear dynamic systems in continuous and discrete time, excellent, robust and multi-variable control techniques of digital control techniques.
  • Ability to model a physical system through a vector state system. Ability to analyze the dynamic response of a linear or nonlinear system. Ability to design an optimal, robust and / or multivariable controller for an engineering problem. Ability to design a digital controller. Ability to identify the model of a dynamic system from input-output data. Ability to design HW and SW needed to implement a control system. Ability to design an industrial automation system.
  • Ability to illustrate the choices made during the design of a control system and to highlight its strengths and critical points.
  • Ability to learn advanced linear and nonlinear control techniques. Ability to learn advanced techniques and technologies for the automation of small and medium-sized plants.
  • Ability to learn how to use SW to design automation and control systems. Ability to learn to use SW and HW to implement control systems.
  • Ability to learn control methods in the fields of electrical, mechanical, aeronautical, naval, nuclear, chemical, and civil engineering. 

First year

Electromagnetic field (advanced) 6 ING-INF/02 First semester
Nuovo gruppo OPZIONALE_ING-INF/02 6 ING-INF/02 First semester
- Microwave Engineering 6 ING-INF/02 First semester
Gruppo A-12_Attività formative/Integrative 24 - First semester
- Solid State physics 6 FIS/01 First semester
- Chemistry and Processe for Microelectronics 6 CHIM/07 First semester
- Web Engineering 6 ING-INF/05 First semester
Gruppo Ambito A11_Attività formative affini/integrative 12 - First semester
- Mathematical Methods for Enginnering 6 MAT/05 First semester
Gruppo Ambito A11_Attività formative affini/integrative 12 - Second semester
- Automatic Control 6 ING-INF/04 Second semester
Gruppo A-12_Attività formative/Integrative 24 - Second semester
- Cyber security 6 ING-INF/05 Second semester
- Graph Theory 6 MAT/03 Second semester
- Theory of cryptography 6 MAT/03 Second semester
- Information communication technology and its application to transportation infrastructures 6 ICAR/05 Second semester
- Systems and Technologies for Vehicles Location and Management 6 ICAR/05 Second semester
- Technical Physics for Electronics 6 ING-IND/11 Second semester
- Principles of Neural Engineering 6 ING-IND/31 Second semester
- Circuits and Algorithms for Signal Processing 6 ING-IND/31 Second semester
- Devices and monitoring systems for smart roads 6 ICAR/05 Second semester
Solid State Devices 12 ING-INF/01 Second semester

Second year

Sensors, Transducers and automatic measurement systems 12 ING-INF/07 First semester
Attività a scelta dello studente 12 First semester
- Antennas 6 ING-INF/02 First semester
- Interactions between Electromagnetic Fields and Biosystems 6 ING-INF/02 First semester
Gruppo Ambito A11_Attività formative affini/integrative 12 - - First semester
- Advanced and multivariable control 6 ING-INF/04 First semester
Nuovo gruppo OPZIONALE_ING-INF/02 6 ING-INF/02 First semester
Attività a scelta dello studente 12 Second semester
- Measurements for automation and industrial productions 6 ING-INF/07 Second semester
- VLSI design 6 ING-INF/01 Second semester
- Measurements for the quality 6 ING-INF/07 Second semester
- INTERNET OF THINGS 6 ING-INF/03 Second semester
- Operations Research 6 MAT/09 Second semester
- Foundations of static converters for electrical energy 6 ING-IND/32 Second semester
Final test 21 Second semester
Gruppo A-12_Attività formative/Integrative 24 - Second semester
Microelectronics 12 ING-INF/01 Second semester
Additional educational activities 3 Second semester
Gruppo Ambito A11_Attività formative affini/integrative 12 - - Second semester
- Numerical Modelling for Electromagnetic Fields and Circuits 6 ING-IND/31 Second semester
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