Faculty of Engineering
The Departmental Faculty of Ingegneria was born in 1999; currently offers two three-year degree courses (Degree in IngIndustrial engineering and undergraduate degree Biomedical Engineering in lingua ingForest) and two master's degree courses (Corso di Master's Degree in IngBiomedical engineering e Master's Degree Course in IngIntelligent Systems Engineering).
The organization of the study programs and the training offer of each course of study is continuously updated, thanks to the constant dialogue with the social partners involved and the main stakeholders, in order to guarantee the training of professional figures in line with the evolution of the world of work and competitive, both nationally and internationally, also with respect to the great social and economic challenges posed by the current context. To this end, each course of study makes use of the periodic consultation of the social partners (such as companies, research institutions, public and private institutions), of a dedicated steering committee and of the support of the university office called the Career Service to facilitate the integration of graduates into the world of work.
The validity of a training project conceived, developed and constantly updated with an approach that values the centrality of the person and integral training, with a view to training a competent, responsible, aware and attentive professional both to the technological aspects and to the ethical-social implications connected to them, finds its confirmation in the encouraging results that characterize the study courses of the Faculty. For example, the high percentage of students who complete their studies within the normal duration of the course, the high level of graduate satisfaction with the study courses and the high employment rate of graduates of the Faculty's Study Programs are mentioned. , with values above both the regional and national averages.
The solidity and continuous updating of the educational offering are also ensured by the advanced research activity carried out with assiduity and dedication by the nine Research Units belonging to the Faculty of Ingengineering, or:
Automatic; Electronics for Sensory Systems; Nonlinear Physics and Mathematical Models; IngTissue and chemical engineering forIngengineering; Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability; Biomedical Measurements and Instrumentation; Advanced Robotics and Human Centered Technologies; Smart technologies for health and well-being: sustainable design, management and evaluation; Processing Systems and Bioinformatics.