The experimental advanced training project “Technologies for Transitions” is aimed at training qualified engineering professionals to tackle the multidimensional challenges posed by the ecological transition (Green Technologies) and the digital and infrastructure transition (Smart Infrastructures), topics of great strategic importance in the framework of the Next Generation EU.
Interested students may choose one of the following options:
1. Earn a double degree through the definition of a specific study plan for the first Master’s degree, which allows the second degree to be obtained in one year following credit transfer.
2. Inclusion in the curriculum of predefined courses (free choice and additional credits) for the acquisition of specific skills in Smart Infrastructures or Green Technologies, which will be explicitly described in the diploma supplement.
The Master’s degree programmes involved in the project are the following:
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Communications and Computer Networks Engineering
- ICT for Smart Societies (Students enrolled in the Master’s degree programme in ICT for Smart Societies may only choose option 2 (diploma supplement))
- Chemical and Sustainable Processes Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Energy and Nuclear Engineering