Sapienza University of Rome

Introduction

Sapienza University of Rome, founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII, is one of the oldest universities in the world and a high performer among the largest universities in international rankings.

Since its founding over 700 years ago, Sapienza has played an important role in Italian history and has been directly involved in key changes and developments in society, economics and politics. It has contributed to the development of Italian and European science and culture in all areas of knowledge.

The future of Sapienza starts today thanks to its rich past and the contribution of the entire University community, whose main objectives are research, teaching and education. Faculty, students, technical and administrative staff are part of this community and thanks to their respective skills and responsibilities, they all contribute to its reputation and growth.

The main campus, designed by Marcello Piacentini, was opened in 1935. It is situated close to the city centre, and is the largest in Europe - a real city within a city where teaching activities are integrated with libraries, museums as well as comprehensive student services. Faculties and Departments also carry out their activities in decentralized locations in different parts of the city. There are two other university campuses elsewhere in Lazio.

Sapienza University of Rome

Sapienza offers a vast array of courses including degree programmes, PhD courses, one to two year professional courses and Specialization Schools in many disciplines, run by 63 Departments and 11 Faculties. With the 2011-2012 academic year, the University inaugurated the School for Advanced Studies and evaluates candidates on the basis of educational merit, that provides students with courses and activities aimed at encouraging and developing their capabilities through scientific, cultural and interdisciplinary enrichment.

It is in every regard a research and teaching university: Sapienza carries out outstanding scientific research in most disciplines, achieving impressive results both on a national and international level.

Sapienza also enhances research by offering opportunities to academia on a global scale. Thanks to a special programme for visiting professors, many foreign researchers and lecturers periodically visit the University and contribute greatly to the quality of education and research programmes.

Some 8,000 foreign students are regularly enrolled at Sapienza. In addition to this, Sapienza encourages international exchange: there are over 1,100 incoming and outgoing exchange students per year, thanks to several mobility programmes.

Mission and Values

Sapienza University of Rome is a community whose main objectives are research, teaching and education. Faculty, students, technical and administrative staff are part of the community and thanks to their respective skills and responsibilities, they all contribute to its reputation and growth. Sapienza aims to contribute significantly to the development of the knowledge society through research, high-quality education and international cooperation. Sapienza is an autonomous organisation, a main stakeholder in the international scientific community and a fundamental partner in the fields of quality education and research. Moreover, it is also a crucial part of the local and national economy.

Fundamental values that define Sapienza’s identity are:

  • Freedom of thought and research, to guarantee pluralistic culture
  • and ideas;
  • Social responsibility, so that research and education contribute to
  • the social and economic development of Italian society, its cities
  • and the nation;
  • Autonomy, in the fields of education, research and organisation;
  • Competition, within and outside the University system;
  • Participation of all faculty, students, technical and administrative
  • staff;
  • Close interaction between teaching and research to promote greater
  • integration;
  • Innovation in research and education as a form of future investment;
  • Transparency, especially between the University and its students;
  • Continual improvement as a guiding principle in its organisation and
  • management;
  • Development of professional abilities through educational processes;
  • Effective services for students and other members of the community
This school offers programs in:
  • English

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Master of Science in Nanotechnology Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Degree Programme in Nanotechnology Engineering trains engineers in the design, development and control of complex systems based on Nanotechnology. Starting from their basic background in engineering, students will be introduced to the basic tools necessary to master systems operating at the nanoscale with the purpose of conceiving, designing and characterizing micro and nano devices. [+]

The Masters Degree Programme in Nanotechnology Engineering trains engineers in the design, development and control of complex systems based on Nanotechnology. Starting from their basic background in engineering, students will be introduced to the basic tools necessary to master systems operating at the nanoscale with the purpose of conceiving, designing and characterizing micro and nano devices. The course is highly interdisciplinary, involving nanoscale physics, advanced chemistry and microscopy in combination with courses and laboratories devoted to the design of micro- and nano-devices for different application in industry, biotechnology and nano-electronics. Students can choose one of the following three programmes: Micro/Nano Device Design and Technology Biotechnology Nano-electronics The programme addresses multi- and inter-disciplinary subjects to provide students with the flexibility required to understand, design and handle applications at the micro- and nano-scale. The first part of the program is common to all three programmes and provides basic knowledge in nanoscience, including subjects such as Matter Physics and Quantum Mechanics, Advanced Chemistry, Scanning Probe Microscopies and Spectroscopies, Electronic Microscopies, Atomistic Simulations, Optics, Micro Electromechanical Systems, Macromolecular Structures. Moreover, specific applications will be addressed for subjects such as Mechanical, Electric and Electromagnetic Design of Micro/Nano Devices, Micro- and Nanoparticle Technology, Micro- and Nano-fluidics, Electromagnetic Fields and Nano-systems for Biomedical Applications, Electronic Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Photonic Microsystems, Laser Fundamentals. Students are also expected to select labs to complete their programme. Degree Structure Applicants to the Masters Degree Programme in Nanotechnology Engineering must hold a Bachelors Degree in Engineering (e.g. Material Science, Electronic & Electric, Mechanics & Aerospace) or equivalent degree and should have a good command of the fundamentals of engineering (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry). The Masters Degree in Energy Engineering Programme is based on 120 ECTS credits over two years (1 CFU is equivalent to 1 ECTS credit). Credits are divided as follows: 54 ECTS - basic training module, 33 ECTS - elective training module A/B/C 12 ECTS - elective training subjects, 18 ECTS - final project The Masters Programme in Nanotechnology Engineering Programme has established several student exchange programmes with top universities and research centres abroad. [-]

Masters Degree in Data Science

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The remarkable increase in the volume and complexity of available data and new technologies that have been developed to process them requires a combined multi-disciplinary approach to design an overall strategy aimed at transforming data into useful information. [+]

The remarkable increase in the volume and complexity of available data and new technologies that have been developed to process them requires a combined multi-disciplinary approach to design an overall strategy aimed at transforming data into useful information. Key ingredients to develop a successful strategy are data manipulation and visualization, large scale computing, statistical modelling, learning techniques, algorithmic thinking. Laurea Magistrale in Data Science is a new Master's degree taught in English. It is a joint initiative within the i3S Faculty combining the expertise of four Departments Informatics (DI) Department of Computer, Control and Management Engineering (DIAG) Information Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunications (DIET) Statistics (DSS) This Master's program provides a solid and modern preparation to understand and manage the multi-facet aspects of carrying out a complete data analysis, including acquisition, management, and statistical analysis. Admission To guarantee that students have the required background, there are some requirements that candidates should satisfy. For Italian students, these are: They must hold a 3-year bachelor's degree (laurea trienale) The must have acquired at least 90 credits in the following scientific sectors: Mathematical sciences: MAT/* Informatics: INF/01 Physics: FIS/* Economical and statistical sciences: SECS-P/*, SECS-S/* Industrial engineering: ING-IND/* Computer engineering: ING-INF/* They must possess basic knowledge from some of the following areas: Matematics: Differential calculus and integration in one or multiple real variables, basic notions of linear algebra and analytical geometry in the Euclidean space Probability: Random variables, distributions and mean values, basic distributions, convergence of sequences of random variables Informatics: Programming principles, knowledge of at least one of the following programming languages: C, C++, C#, Java, Python They must know the english language at a level of at B2 Course Plan First year Semester I ALGORITHMIC METHODS OF DATA MINING AND LABORATORY 9 ECTS FUNDAMENTALS OF DATA SCIENCE AND LABORATORY 9 ECTS STATISTICAL METHODS IN DATA SCIENCE AND LABORATORY I 6 ECTS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPETITION AND DATA PROTECTION LAW 6 ECTS ECONOMICS OF NETWORK INDUSTRIES 6 ECTS Semester II NETWORKING FOR BIG DATA AND LABORATORY 9 ECTS STATISTICAL METHODS IN DATA SCIENCE AND LABORATORY II 6 ECTS DATA MANAGEMENT FOR DATA SCIENCE 6 ECTS CLOUD COMPUTING 6 ECTS DATA MINING TECHNOLOGY FOR BUSINESS AND SOCIETY 6 ECTS DATA MONITORING ANALYSIS AND COMMUNICATION 6 ECTS STATISTICAL LEARNING 6 ECTS QUANTITATIVE MODELS FOR ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT 6 ECTS Second year Semester I DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY 6 ECTS SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL NETWORKS 6 ECTS SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR BIG DATA 6 ECTS NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURES 6 ECTS OPTIMIZATION METHODS FOR MACHINE LEARNING 6 ECTS STATISTICAL METHODS FOR OFFICIAL STATISTICS 6 ECTS EFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS 6 ECTS PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES FOR DATA SCIENCE 6 ECTS DIGITAL EPIDEMIOLOGY 6 ECTS Semester II EARTH OBSERVATION DATA ANALYSIS 6 ECTS ECONOMICS OF INFORMATION 6 ECTS BIOINFORMATICS 6 ECTS [-]

Masters Degree in Transport Systems Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Master Degree in Transport Systems Engineering aims at providing Students with high-level qualifications, so as to allow them to perform and manage a wide variety of activities connected with planning, programming, operating, monitoring transport systems and their components. [+]

The Master Degree in Transport Systems Engineering aims at providing Students with high-level qualifications, so as to allow them to perform and manage a wide variety of activities connected with planning, programming, operating, monitoring transport systems and their components. The professional skills of a Transport Systems Engineer include: methods to design transport systems: formulation of dimensional and performance specifications for system components; models for mobility of people and goods, for transport supply on multi-modal networks, for demand/supply interaction and equilibrium calculation; design and implementation of transport systems (technical and economic aspects), transport and mobility plans on different levels; on-line and off-line models for transport system operations and management; monitoring and ex-ante/ex-post assessment of mobility solutions from the technical, economic and environmental point of view. Study Program The program is organized into modules. It is composed by 120 ECTS as follows: 4 modules concerning the characterizing disciplines (48 ECTS); 4 modules concerning the characterizing disciplines chosen by the student in a optional group (24/48 ECTS); 2 modules concerning integrative disciplines (12 ECTS); 2 modules freely chosen by the student with suggestions in coherence with educational purposes of the Master Degree (12 ECTS): Other education activities proposed by the student (3 ECTS); Thesis work (21 ECTS) Admission Requirements The Master is directly open for Students with Engineering Bachelor’s degree. [-]

Masters Programme in Architecture (Conservation)

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Architecture (Conservation), which focuses mainly on Italian architectural heritage, aims to train students to consolidate and preserve existing architectural and environmental heritage and develop high-quality projects that take [+]

The Masters Programme in Architecture (Conservation), which focuses mainly on Italian architectural heritage, aims to train students to consolidate and preserve existing architectural and environmental heritage and develop high-quality projects that take into account the relation between new projects, the environment and the historical city. The programme brings together a range of different disciplines, including humanities and technical-scientific subjects, to prepare students to work as architects with specific competences in building processes and the conservation of existing structures. In particular, the two-year programme will delve deeper into the main competences acquired with the Bachelors Degree and will address: historical-critical and historical-technical analysis of architecture, ranging from individual projects to the landscape and environment as a whole; architectural project design and execution and conservation of existing architectural structures; specific scientific knowledge and critical know-how. Eligible students Master of Science in "Architecture (Conservation)" admits students having at least a three-year (or four year) Bachelor Degree in Architecture (L-17), Civil and Environmental Engineering (L-7) and Project Management (L-23). A Committee will evaluate students with a different background case by case. The candidate is required to provide a portfolio or Curriculum Vitae and an English proficiency certificate. All students must have a good knowledge of spoken and written English. [-]

Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation - Economics for Development (LM-28209) provides students with an advanced understanding of a variety of fields (including sociology, economics, political science, history and law) and the tools that are necessary to analyse and interpret the social, economic, juridical and institutional contexts that characterise developing countries. [+]

The Masters Programme in Development and International Cooperation - Economics for Development (LM-28209) provides students with an advanced understanding of a variety of fields (including sociology, economics, political science, history and law) and the tools that are necessary to analyse and interpret the social, economic, juridical and institutional contexts that characterise developing countries. The programme addresses the evaluation and management of international cooperation programmes in terms of politics, economy, finance, health and law. Political and economic globalization calls for new professional figures that are capable of understanding, assessing and managing the social, cultural and economic challenges that await us. The competences and tools needed to analyse and operate in this context require a vast multi-disciplinary understanding of the international scenario.The Masters Programme also focuses on the methodologies employed by bi- and multi-lateral cooperation organisations to develop programmes and peace missions. The programme provides students with the competences necessary to: Conceive, draft, implement and direct integrated cooperation programmes and projects for development; Monitor and evaluate projects and programmes; Work in fluent English (both written and spoken) and provides a good working knowledge of French, Spanish, Chinese or Arabic; Employ communication and information management tools.onceive, draft, implement and direct integrated cooperation programmes and projects for development; Monitor and evaluate projects and programmes; Work in fluent English (both written and spoken) and provides a good working knowledge of French, Spanish, Chinese or Arabic; Employ communication and information management tools. [-]

Masters Programme in Economics and Communications for Management and Innovation

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters in Economics and Communications for Management and Innovation is a multi-disciplinary programme specifically based on the needs of enterprises and Confindustria, the main Italian Association of Entrepreneurs. [+]

The Masters in Economics and Communications for Management and Innovation is a multi-disciplinary programme specifically based on the needs of enterprises and Confindustria, the main Italian Association of Entrepreneurs. The programme is based on enterprise science, digital communications and applied computer science. The objective is to train professionals who will be able to meet the multi-disciplinary requirements of modern enterprise, extending the traditional curricula of single-faculty programmes and moulding economics, computer science and social sciences. The programme will provide students with skills in enterprise communications, innovation process management skills, and enterprise strategies and tools for innovative and international contexts. The Masters in Economics and Communications for Management and Innovation is a restricted-access degree and students will have to pass a selection process to gain admittance to the programme. During the course of the second year, students will participate in internships to hone their skills in a real working environment. Learning Outcomes Managerial skills to face enterprise government and management; Knowledge to correctly interpret and management enterprise evolution from a strategic, organisational, market and financial point of view, as well as from an international and intercultural prospective; Excellent command of the English language; Enterprise government and management skills for innovative and international contexts, including enterprise strategy, communications, and enterprise, finance and innovation management; Understanding of general enterprise economics, legal framework, and quantitative, mathematical and statistical methodologies to support decisions and interpretations of the macro-environment; Ability to coordinate, organise and manage relations and communications amongst enterprise stakeholders; Methodologies and tools to gather and interpret data on needs, opinions and behaviour concerning organisation users (clients, users, etc.). [-]

Masters Programme in European Studies

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in European Studies (LM-90) aims to train high-profile professionals who will work in the international framework and increasingly global economical and juridical context that is developing through the process of European integration. [+]

The Masters Programme in European Studies (LM-90) aims to train high-profile professionals who will work in the international framework and increasingly global economical and juridical context that is developing through the process of European integration. The programme will provide students with advanced knowledge and skills on methodologies, cultural aspects and professional requirements that will enable them to develop original solutions to the juridical, economic, social and historical issues that are emerging on the new European and international scenarios. The Masters Programme has been developed to meet the needs of students who are interested in developing an advanced understanding of European issues and working in Italian or international institutions. In particular, the programme will focus on the study of juridical issues that can be compared at the European and international levels. The European Affairs Masters Programme provides students with two different curricula: EU Law and Economics - allow students to work in interdisciplinary contexts in juridical and economic affairs related to the management of European and international institutions, addressing economic, juridical, political and historical aspects. The main focus is to acquire a deep understanding of the European Union and its reference environments to better comprehend institutional actors, the management and control of political processes and juridical and institutional issues of the European Union. Comparative and European Law - trains students as European jurists with all the necessary notions of private, public, European and International Law that are necessary to work in this field. The specific objective of this curriculum is to form jurists who can act in any of these contexts in relation to key sectors of social experience (trade, competition, environment, immigration, fundamental rights, etc.). [-]

Masters Programme in Fashion

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Fashion (LM-65) prepares students for high-level responsibilities in the world of fashion, as well as its relations with figurative arts, communications and entertainment, or for independent careers in the fashion industry and a wide range of related fields. [+]

The Masters Programme in Fashion (LM-65) prepares students for high-level responsibilities in the world of fashion, as well as its relations with figurative arts, communications and entertainment, or for independent careers in the fashion industry and a wide range of related fields. Students acquire skills and specialist knowledge related to the development of the fashion industry, both historically and as an on-going trend, with special attention to cultural, symbolic and economic/financial factors, as well as the entrepreneurial and management skills necessary to work in this field. In particular, the programme will provide students with: Specific competences to identify, design, develop, manage, monitor and assess projects, production and economic/managerial aspects; Tools to analyse the human, historical and cultural influences that play a role in the production, use and commercialization of clothing, both in terms of historical/anthropological symbology and entrepreneurial market dynamics. Communications skills, linguistic and technological media, knowledge acquisition and transmission systems; Fashion industry history and clothing trends. [-]

Masters Programme in Genetics and Molecular Biology

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Genetics and Molecular Biology will provide students with the theoretical and practical preparation necessary to manage bio-molecular research (basic and applied to biomedicine). [+]

The Masters Programme in Genetics and Molecular Biology will provide students with the theoretical and practical preparation necessary to manage bio-molecular research (basic and applied to biomedicine). The programme focuses on individual student progress and their understanding of scientific issues and experimental strategies that are relevant to the programme objectives, as well as the final student thesis, which must be based on original experimental work, in coordination with a department professor. Learning Outcomes Advanced knowledge of unicellular and multicellular organisms that can be used as model systems for the study of the basic mechanisms of gene expression or more complex processes such as cellular development, differentiation and transformation; Acquisition of relevant concepts and methodologies, especially in terms of gene studies related to complex processes and the study of human populations; Advanced knowledge of the molecular basis of the main processes involved in the regulation of the structure and function of nucleic acids and proteins; Understanding of basic methodologies for the study and manipulation of biological macro-molecules; Ability to develop and improve basic methodologies that may be applied to research in biomedical and biotechnological research; Understanding of genetic and molecular concepts applied to the diagnosis and cure of genetic diseases; Ability to identify the biological processes underlying the basic physiopathology of organs and systems and their modulation, especially in mankind. [-]

Masters Programme in Mechanical Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering aims at training young engineers with an advanced education, providing them with skills in designing, planning and managing complex activities of research and development in an industrial environment. This goal is achieved by means of a broad training proposal based on advanced mathematics and physics, [+]

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering aims at training young engineers with an advanced education, providing them with skills in designing, planning and managing complex activities of research and development in an industrial environment. This goal is achieved by means of a broad training proposal based on advanced mathematics and physics, and professional expertise targeted to the solution of complex engineering problems concerning design of processes, plants, systems, devices, machines. Engineering Design professionals educated at Sapienza can work as technology specialists in a wide range of fields, including manufacturing, mechatronic, transportation (automotive, naval, aeronautical and railroad), conventional and renewable energy production, biomechanics and many others. In these settings mechanical engineers are responsible for design, testing, manage, research and development services. The present Mechanical Engineering Course keeps the educational spirit and objectives since the origin of Mechanical Engineering in the most modern sense, during the industrial revolution in the eighteenth century. This continuity to the tradition is combined with the innovation in the didactic approaches, designed to transfer the research know-how of the academic staff in a continuous improvement of teaching experiences and methodologies. Becoming a “Mechanical Engineer” still gives an education of international relevance, and studying in Rome warrants the possibility of living a vivid industry-related cultural experience. [-]

Masters Programme in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage trains experts in Archaeometry and Conservation Science. The programme provides students with specialist skills in the multi-analytical characterization of a wide range of materials related to archaeology and cultural heritage, scientific methods and advanced technologies in the study of conservation. [+]

The Masters Programme in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage trains experts in Archaeometry and Conservation Science. The programme provides students with specialist skills in the multi-analytical characterization of a wide range of materials related to archaeology and cultural heritage, scientific methods and advanced technologies in the study of conservation. In particular, graduates will acquire: ability to work in a research area with a strong multidisciplinary nature ranging from sciences to humanities; expertise in analytical techniques, scientific methods of investigation and data interpretation for the recovery and conservation of cultural heritage; advanced skills in the analysis of the interaction between cultural heritage and the chemical-physical environment; advanced knowledge of archaeometric applications in a range of fields. Graduates in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage carry out a wide range of activities in different Institutions involved in the management and conservation of cultural heritage, including government institutions, museums, archives and international organizations devoted to the conservation of cultural heritage, as well as companies and professional organizations working on the conservation, restoration and protection of cultural heritage will also be involved. Career Opportunities Graduates in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage carry out a wide range of activities in different Institutions involved in the management and conservation of cultural heritage, including Government Institutions, Museums, and Archives, International Organizations devoted to the conservation of cultural heritage. Companies and professional organizations working in the field of conservation, restoration and protection of cultural heritage will also be involved. Students will be able to: Carry out diagnostic studies before, during and after the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage and relative environment Study, implement and evaluate materials, measures, methods and conservation technologies, and establish standards and guidelines for the conservation of cultural heritage Develop technological skills in the study of cultural heritage Promote research and scientific cooperation, and disseminate scientific results in the field of safeguard of cultural heritage Cooperate with other people involved in the process of conservation and restoration The training of conservation scientists can eventually lead to a doctoral degree. Eligibility The Master Course in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage is open to students with a Bachelor degree (I cycle equivalent-180 ECTS credits) in Sciences. Eligible Candidates must have a strong background in a wide range of Science and Mathematics subjects. In particular they must have attained at least: 84 ECTS in scientific disciplines, including mathematics, physics, chemistry, mineralogy, biology, and computer sciences 6 ECTS in humanities and economic disciplines (e.g., museology, history of restoration and techniques of artistic production, and cultural heritage legislation) The minimum English language requirement is level B2(IELTS). Admission will be based on admission requirements, followed by scheduled interviews of all eligible students. [-]

Special Masters Degree in Aerospace Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Special Degree in Aerospace Engineering (Code LM-28400) aims to develop experts that can be employed in advanced research and aerospace development centres. Students experience a system-oriented approach to aerospace engineering [+]

The Special Degree in Aerospace Engineering (Code LM-28400) aims to develop experts that can be employed in advanced research and aerospace development centres. Students experience a system-oriented approach to aerospace engineering that is not common in the industry as the complexity of each subsystem drives engineers to focus on single aspects. The Special Master of Aerospace Engineering is a two-year programme designed for students holding an Italian masters degree (Laurea Magistrale) in any engineering discipline, earned after 5 years of studies, or an equivalent degree earned abroad. However, it may be reduced to one year for students with an Aerospace Engineering degree obtained at the end of 5 years of university-level study programmes. Learning Objectives The learning objective of the Special Master of Aerospace Engineering is training experts that can be employed in advanced research and development centers in aerospace engineering. An important aspect of the program consists in giving students a system-oriented approach to aerospace engineering. The capability of having a system-oriented and global vision of a space mission is not common in the industry because complexity of each subsystem pushes engineers to focus on single aspects. The design of the general architecture is assigned to the system engineer who is a long-experienced engineer that is able to have a global understanding of the project due to their experience acquired in various subsystems. System engineers are increasingly more difficult to find due to discontinuities that occur over time in the development of large space projects. Master programs in aerospace engineering tend to provide students with at most a basic education in one of the areas of aerospace engineering because of the continuous technological advancement. On the other hand, complexity of current space programs asks for professionals capable of having an insight in extremely various technical aspects. Thus, education offered by the Special Master is extremely important in the industry since it trains system engineers in astronautics. Educational Project The Special Master of Aerospace Engineering is a two-year program. However, it reduces to a one-year program for students with a master degree (or an equivalent degree) in the area of aerospace engineering . All courses are taught in English. The educational project of the Special Master of Aerospace Engineering pushes students towards practical projects. In fact, students get trained in research and development activities through an education that covers both theoretical and practical aspects. As a matter of fact, courses usually include lab activities; in the School of Aerospace Engineering the following labs are active AerosPower - Power Systems for Aerospace Lab ARCA - Automation Robotics and Control for Aerospace Lab EOSIAL - Earth Observation Satellite Images Applications Lab Flight Mechanics Lab Guidance and Navigation Lab Electronics Lab Structure and Material Lab Technologies for Aerospace Lab Thermo-acoustic Lab Thermo-vacuum and Optics Lab The School's facilities include a ground station for tracking and commanding satellites, a space simulator (thermo-vacuum, magnetic field, sun simulator), and a clean room for assembling microsatellites. Career Opportunities The Special Master of Aerospace Engineering leads to the following career opportunities in the industry system engineer for industrial aerospace projects engineer for automatic and robotic systems operator of systems for remote sensing, observation, and surveillance supervisor of space missions, including launch operations and ground operations for tracking, remote control, remote sensing, and data processing expert for engineering aspects of the effects of space environment on human beings and on parts of aerospace systems consultant for strategic and decisional processes of space agencies in research centers researcher in space systems researcher in the development of innovative materials for astronautics researcher in astrodynamics and control of aerospace systems expert for scientific missions for exploration of solar system in the area of education and cultural activities instructor for industry and military staff disseminator of aerospace culture [-]

MSc

Master of Science in Economics

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Economics (LM-27580) provides students with the tools necessary to analyse economic mechanisms, financial markets and organisations and forecast the micro- and macro-economic behaviour of individuals and institutions. [+]

The Masters Programme in Economics (LM-27580) provides students with the tools necessary to analyse economic mechanisms, financial markets and organisations and forecast the micro- and macro-economic behaviour of individuals and institutions. The programme begins with course work designed to consolidate and improve students’ understanding of economic policy and political economy. Subsequently, the focus turns to specific aspects of economic studies and issues concerning quantitative methodologies, sociology, law and enterprise studies. In particular, the Masters Programme in Advanced Economics aims to develop economic researchers who can: Identify and analyse important economic aspects; Design and develop market studies and macro-economic reviews; Plan and manage enterprises strategy (especially in the Finance sector) and make public decisions on issues such as welfare and social security; Innovate and develop economic analysis tools; Coordinate interdisciplinary workgroups to assess the effects of economic policy on the development of specific productive sectors; Coordinate and manage workgroups to arrange the necessary sector and macro-economic scenarios for the economic choices of public and private organisations, both at the national and international level; Evaluate behaviours and results of strategies and objectively orient their outcome. The Masters may also include stages with public administrations, private companies and international organisations, as well as seminars and laboratories. Learning Objectives and Professional Profile The Master in Advanced Economics (“EPOS”) is open to Italian and international students. It is suitable for students who would like to work: as economists in research offices of public institutions and private corporations in companies and institutions, in roles requiring advanced analytical skills; as researchers (academic careers). Admission The Master is open to applicants with a Bachelor degree in Economics (in Italy: Laurea Triennale in Scienze Economiche, L-33) or in Business (in Italy: Laurea Triennale in Scienze Aziendali, L-18), or other equivalent degree with a strong economic background. A good knowledge of basic economic disciplines is required, as well as a good knowledge of written and spoken English. As all courses are taught in English, applicants don’t have to take any Italian language test. Programme Structure 2016/17 The second-cycle, two-year Master Program (Laurea Magistrale) in Economics 2016-2017 is structured in two tracks in English. The tracks in English are the following Macroeconomic policy and financial markets Competition and market regulation [-]

Master of Science in Energy Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

Applicants to the Masters Programme in Energy Engineering must hold a Bachelors degree in Energy Engineering (or equivalent degree), the fundamentals of engineering (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry), specific knowledge of technology related to energy production and distribution and use a good understanding of related environmental and safety issues. [+]

Applicants to the Masters Programme in Energy Engineering must hold a Bachelors degree in Energy Engineering (or equivalent degree), the fundamentals of engineering (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry), specific knowledge of technology related to energy production and distribution and use a good understanding of related environmental and safety issues. Objectives The Masters Programme in Energy Engineering trains engineers in the design, development and control of complex energy systems with special attention to their economic feasibility. The programme addresses multi- and inter-disciplinary subjects to provide students with the flexibility required by the labour market. The programme allows students to select subjects from a wide range of modules, including: Energy Technology: plants and management 
 Renewable Energy: technology and plants 
 Nuclear Energy: technology and plants 
 The programme addresses the electrical issues that are related to energy conversion, distribution and storage, and management, design, safety and control issues relevant to energy systems, for renewable energy technology, including wind turbines, solar panels, fuel cells, marine turbines, biomasses and geo-thermal energy systems. Moreover, students will also study energy system integration, especially in relation to energy efficiency and distribution in urban areas and in the concept of smart cities. Specific modules concern nuclear energy systems. The fundamentals of atomic and nuclear physics are studies, as well as technological solutions for reactors, nuclear plants and new generation configurations. Special attention is paid to issues related to risk assessment and control, safety procedures and management of waste material. Degree Structure The Masters in Energy Engineering Programme is based on 120 ECTS credits over two years (1 CFU is equivalent to 1 ECTS credit). The credits are divided as follows: 81 ECTS - basic training modules 
 12 ECTS - elective training modules 
 6 ECTS - stage and laboratories 
 21 ECTS - final project 
 
 The Masters in Energy Engineering Programme has established several student exchange programmes with top universities and research centres abroad. [-]

Master of Science in Space and Astronautical Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Space and Astronautical Engineering Masters Programme (LM 20) provides students with specific skills related to space mission planning and the analysis and design of launch vehicles, satellites and remote metering and telemetry systems. [+]

The Space and Astronautical Engineering Masters Programme (LM 20) provides students with specific skills related to space mission planning and the analysis and design of launch vehicles, satellites and remote metering and telemetry systems. The programme, which emphasises systems-related and interdisciplinary aspects, is closely linked with research and innovation activities in the Italian and European aerospace industries. The Masters Programme in Space and Astronautical Engineering, which is part of the MSAR degree programme and is held entirely in English, provides students with advanced concepts, professional training and specific engineering skills, enabling them to address complex issues requiring analysis, development, simulation and optimization in a wide range of aerospace-related topics. In year one, students acquire knowledge related to major areas of Space Engineering such as Spaceflight Mechanics and Altitude Dynamics, Controls, Compressible Fluid Dynamics, Propulsion, Structures and Space Systems; while in year two, students select follow-up courses from a wide range of topics directly related to Space and Aeronautical Engineering. Admitted students are eligible for double-degree programmes with the Grandes Ecoles in France, the Universitat Politècnica de València in Spain and the Instituto Superior Tecnico Lisboa in Portugal. [-]

Masters of Science in Business Management

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters of Science Programme in Business Management (LM-28234) aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and know-how that is necessary for managerial and entrepreneurial roles in firms, as well as business consultants. [+]

The Masters of Science Programme in Business Management (LM-28234) aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and know-how that is necessary for managerial and entrepreneurial roles in firms, as well as business consultants. The programme integrates basic and transversal knowledge and provides students with an inter-functional and entrepreneurial perspective to prepare them for managerial roles. Students may also apply for a double degree programme: first year at Regent’s University, in London, and second year in Rome at Sapienza University. Students will acquire: In-depth knowledge of management, economics, mathematics, statistics and law Problem-solving skills Specific competences in governance, marketing and sustainability For the second year, students may decide to concentrate on: General Management Marketing Sustainability Management [-]

Masters of Science in Control Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Master of Science in Control Engineering typically follows a three-year (or four-year) bachelor degree, such as the B.S.E. in Computer Science and Control Engineering issued at DIAG, Sapienza (available in similar form also in other italian or foreign universities). [+]

The Master of Science in Control Engineering typically follows a three-year (or four-year) bachelor degree, such as the B.S.E. in Computer Science and Control Engineering issued at DIAG, Sapienza (available in similar form also in other italian or foreign universities). Due to its interdisciplinary nature and methodological approach, this master degree course of study is also a perfect fit for a large variety of students having a bachelor degree with technical/scientific background in the areas of information engineering, industrial engineering, computer science, mathematics, or physics. Objectives The Master of Science in Control Engineering introduces the student to the basic methodologies of Automatic Control such as modeling and identification of dynamic systems measurement processing and on-line filtering of sensor data generalized use of feedback to stabilize the behavior of a process and optimize its performance integrated system design of automatic control. These methods are pervasive in various engineering fields and often necessary to enable the power of other technologies in dealing with advanced applications, both in industrial and service automation. The two main aspects of a master-level formation in Control Engineering are a general approach to the analysis and design of complex automatic control systems the capability of implementing such automatic systems by keeping into account the specific nature of the target applications. Beyond the specific technical know-how in Control Engineering, this course of study will provide tools for describing and understanding the main issues in engineering problems, will develop the capacities for creating, planning, designing, and running automatic systems, processes, and services, and will enhance skills in experimenting scientific innovation. Last but not least, it will introduce students to the correct use of technical English in written and oral form. Career Opportunities A technical interdisciplinary preparation and an open versatile mind are main success factors in the future, increasingly heterogeneous marketplace of ICT and of Automation in general. With a master degree in Control Engineering you will be able to design advanced automatic control systems for complex processes conduct and supervise industrial, manufacturing and service processes and systems In particular, automatic control systems may concern energy distribution, communication and transportation networks (smart grids) optimal exploitation of alternative energy automotive, mechatronics, aerospace (embedded systems) monitoring and green control of environmental parameters bio-medical applications robotics Design and implementation skills on these subjects are requested by manufacturing or service companies, public administration, or in your professional activities. Use of English in courses, participation of students from around the world, and the mix of italian and foreign cultures are factors that will favor employment in international settings. The methodological approach of the course of study allows also to work in base or applied research (in research centers or in R&D departments of companies) or to continue education toward a technical PhD degree. Career opportunities for graduated in Control Engineering include work positions at manufacturers of automation systems and components (automatic control systems for machine tools; robotic, automotive, or aerospace systems) end-users of automation products, such as public administration, manufacturers of consumer goods, transportation companies companies that design, control, and operate communication networks (telecom operators, manufacturing companies, etc.), energy distribution networks, or transportation networks universities and research centers in the ICT and Automation areas engineering societes consulting in automation and system integration Representative professional profiles are design engineer of control systems for energy, communication, or transportation networks supervising engineer of automation plants and processes design engineer of robot, mechatronic, and aerospace control systems control expert in process optimization control expert in bio-medical systems [-]

Masters of Science in Engineering in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters of Science in Engineering in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (LM-28224) aims to provide students with the knowledge and ability to design and implement artificial intelligence and robotic systems, as well as the interdisciplinary skills that are essential to manage complex projects and their impact on the society. [+]

The Masters of Science in Engineering in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (LM-28224) aims to provide students with the knowledge and ability to design and implement artificial intelligence and robotic systems, as well as the interdisciplinary skills that are essential to manage complex projects and their impact on the society. Computer Engineering is among the fastest growing fields and presents unlimited opportunities in nearly every field. Students will learn to: Design and develop advanced knowledge-based and multi-agent software systems; Design and develop robotic systems for services and industrial applications, including safety and security, space, home, care of the elderly, medicine; Design and develop computer animation systems for the movie and videogame industries; Design and develop video systems for environmental, production and service surveillance and monitoring; Compose and coordinate research and development teams in advanced technology companies; Plan, supervise, design and implement, when possible through interdisciplinary teams, innovative applications in information technology and related areas such as automation, telecommunications, and resource management; Promote the technological transferal of research results and technological advancements to public and private organizations; Manage and train human resources for information technology. Career opportunities Computer engineering is among the fastest-growing fields with unlimited opportunity in nearly every industry. The Master's degree in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics provides the knowledge and tools to the design and implementation of information processing systems and their specific components. Engineers with the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics graduate degree qualify for jobs in information technology, with focus on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, or Computer Graphics. Typical examples of target activities are: automation and robotics software development dedicated and embedded systems design Potential job titles include: Knowledge engineer Robotics engineer Computer graphics engineer Project manager Applications engineer Design engineer Development engineer [-]

Masters of Science in Engineering in Computer Science

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Engineering in Computer Science (LM-28223) aims to develop software engineering specialists and researchers with both theoretical and practical knowledge of information systems. [+]

The Masters Programme in Engineering in Computer Science (LM-28223) aims to develop software engineering specialists and researchers with both theoretical and practical knowledge of information systems. The programme addresses research, design and development of computer hardware and software, and provides the project management and leadership skills that are necessary for a responsible career in engineering In greater detail, the Masters Programme in Engineering in Computer Science will provide students with the ability to apply their knowledge to all aspects of computer system design. This includes: Identify the best design, management and maintenance solutions for IT systems and applications; Custom-tailor and apply innovative IT architecture and systems based on advanced technology; Conceive and design innovative IT products; Design, develop and supervise IT strategies for organisations; Design, develop and supervise, in collaboration with other professionals, the development of dedicated applications (i.e., robotics, telecommunications, enterprise management). Applicants are expected to have a strong academic background in computer science, electrical engineering or mechanical engineering. The program begins with a core set of courses and continues with elective courses that focus on advanced topics to allow students to build expertise in specific areas. Course Objectives The objective of the Master's course in Computer Science is to form software engineering specialists, professionals and researchers, with both theoretical and practical knowledge of information systems. The Master of Science in Computer Engineering Degree program covers research, design and development of computer hardware and software, along with the project management and leadership skills training necessary for increased responsibility in the engineering career field. Our Computer Engineering training gives you the chance to gain a more in-depth understanding and design ability in advanced systems. Applicants are expected to have a strong academic background in computer science, electrical engineering, or mechanical engineering. The program begins with a set of core and foundation courses and continues with a set of elective courses focused on advanced topics to allow students to build expertise in specific areas. All the courses are offered in English to favor the internationalization process and knowledge exchange in an international setting. The curriculum is integrated with seminar courses, allowing students to develop their own know-how and improve their communication skills. Included in the curriculum is the elaboration of a final Master's thesis (30 ECTS) that is intended to assess the reached level of competence in problem solving and project handling. Career Opportunities Master's course in Engineering in Computer Science provides the knowledges and the tools for planning and realizing systems for informatics' elaboration in classical and innovative environments (smart environments and social networks). The typical professional fields for graduates in Computer Engineering are innovation and production development, advanced design, planning and scheduling, management of complex hardware and software systems in manufacturing or services in private or public organizations. Potential job's opportunities include: Computer software engineer: which includes also Computer hardware engineer and Computer network engineer Pervasive systems Cyber security Applications engineer Design engineer Quality control engineer Development engineer Computer architect Systems design engineer Research engineer Information system designer/analyst Project manager, information system manager, computer system and network manager Information security expert, quality of service expert Curriculum The study plan includes the following mandatory exams with a total amount of 36 credits: Distributed Systems and Network Security (12cfu) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (6cfu) Data Management (6cfu) Advanced Programming (6cfu) Algorithm Design (6cfu) We offer 6 specialisations: Big Data In the last years we have observed an increase in the availability of data, which has changed the way in which problems are being addressed in several scientific and industrial fields, including computer science, engineering, pharmaceutics and medicine, and economics. Taking advantage of the availability of these data requires the use of advanced techniques that allow to store, process, and analyze large volumes of data, which can amount in the order of billions of data points and which may be generated continually. The goal of this specialization is to provide the students with the tools and the knowledge to handle and use this information. In particular, the courses of this direction provide Basic techniques for obtaining and cleaning data Methods for analyzing and summarizing large amounts of data Algorithms for processing continually created data Theory and infrastructures for storing and processing large volumes of data Techniques for processing and searching in textual unstructured data Methods for visualizing large quantities of data Computing Infrastucture The goal of the specialization is to build engineers who are able to plan, shape, maintain, evolve and manage the complex information systems, both traditional ones (just like centralized or distributed data centers) and the new generation?s ones (just like pervading systems, usually used for the ?smart environment?). This goal can be reached thanks to an educational path which will complete the basic knowledge already assimilated by students during their bachelor degree. It will allow students to develop all the necessary knowledge in order to become an analyst. These analysts should be able to: use the operating systems functions at their best, including those for making them virtual and for planning new ones choose the architectural organization which fit at best the high-end systems, and to program and configure them in order to use their resources at best shape the centralized and distributed information systems, taking into account the services and the reliability required by users plan smart environments Cyber Security The economy of a country is based on complex information systems and on interconnected networks which create its cyberspace. In order to guarantee the wealth of a nation it?s then mandatory to protect its cyberspace making it safe from cyber attacks which aims to steal big companies, government bodies and citizens? data.. In Italy and in Europe, recent laws and directives about cyber security consider this field as a maximum priority field while we lack appropriate expertise. The goal of this specialization is to build a specialist in information security who?s able to protect enterprise information assets, critical infrastructures and to use open source intelligence tools. In particular, the specialization will allow students to know the methodologies and the technological tools to use in order to plan, achieve, verify and maintain infrastructures, data and information systems which are safe, taking care of both formal and experimental techniques and considering both attack and defense methodologies. This specialization has the objective to create Information Security Officer and security analysts. Knowledge and Semantic Technologies To remain competitive, organizations must efficiently and effectively create, locate, capture, and share their organization?s knowledge and expertise. This increasingly requires making the organization's knowledge explicit and recording it for easier distribution and reuse. The track ?Knowledge and Semantic Technologies? aims at introducing methodologies and tools for representing and managing data and knowledge both in structured organizations and in open environments, such as Web information systems. These includes: i) Methodologies and languages for knowledge representation and ontology engineering; ii) Techniques for automated reasoning on ontologies and knowledge bases; iii) Languages and methods for modeling and analyzing the processes that create and manage data and knowledge; iv) Techniques for information retrieval, especially in big unstructured data sources; v) Methodologies for information extraction both from semi-structured data sources and the Web; vi) Methods and tools for data integration from heterogeneous sources; vii) Methods and tools for natural language processing; viii) Applications of data and process mining techniques for information classification and model learning and formation. Software and Services This specialization will introduce the methodologies and tools useful to develop complex information systems which includes data, processes and services. New information systems need to balance dynamics and static aspects and they also need to be planned, developed and maintained in order to support the re-assembling of the modules as the requisites and the organization restrictions change. The service architecture, the data-as-service, the software-as-a-service and the processes definition which satisfy the business needs are the tools which have been established in order to dominate the complex informatics systems. This specialization provides a rich supply of both methodological and technical/engineering knowledge which are significant in order to develop information systems and services. [-]

Masters of Science in Product Design

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Product Design (LM-27577) is a studio-based programme for students who wish to hone their ability to innovate. [+]

The Masters Programme in Product Design (LM-27577) is a studio-based programme for students who wish to hone their ability to innovate. Candidates should be interested in the integration of design, technology, culture and business. The programme encourages creative thinking and critical reflection as fundamental design tools for the development of new objects and ideas to improve people’s lives. In particular, the Masters of Science in Product Design encourages and trains students to: Explore new cultural languages Experiment with new technology and materials Develop concepts for innovation Interact with different forms of knowledge Collaborate with international companies Live in a multi-cultural environment Meet creative people Students are encouraged to develop their ideas and concepts through a variety of different workshops, such as: Near Future Design Workshop Urban Furniture Design Workshop Liquids Workshop: Contain & Pour During the final semester, students are involved in an internship in the research and development departments of national and international companies, foreign universities and research centres. Didactic Program The Master is organized in 4 semesters (2 years): the first is dedicated to improve a more critical capability to explore contemporary design languages, the second is dedicated to experiments with innovative technologies and materials, the third one is focused to understand and develop sustainable production and consumption process, the last one is dedicated to the final thesis during which students are involved in an internship within the R&D of national and international Companies or within foreign Universities and Research Centers. The lessons will be in english in order to train students to perform their professional capability internationally. In order to this, if needed, students could choice as Elective Course one of the Language Labs offered by Sapienza University. Admission 2016-2017 The Master of Science in Product Design admits student having a three-year (or four-year) Bachelor Degree in Design as well as Bachelor Degree in the areas of Architecture, Industrial Engineering, Information Engineering, Marketing. All students must have a good knowledge of spoken and written English. [-]

Masters Programme in Computer Science

Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Masters Programme in Computer Science (LM-28225) provides students with a general knowledge of computer science as well as in-depth knowledge on a number of specific emerging application areas. [+]

The Masters Programme in Computer Science (LM-28225) provides students with a general knowledge of computer science as well as in-depth knowledge on a number of specific emerging application areas. Students on the Masters Programme can choose one of four curricula: Information Science and Applications The “Information Science and Applications” curriculum provides students with a complete overview of Computer Science as a field of study and focuses on the application of Computer Science to practical issues. Students are required to select three courses from the following list : Algorithmics Computability and Complexity Computational Complexity Cryptography Elective in Networking Systems Information Theory and six courses from the following list: Advanced Algorithms Network Algorithms Big Data Computing Computational Intractability Graph Theory Computational Learning Theory Mathematical Logic for Computer Science Models of Computation Performance of Computer Networks Security in Software Applications Foundations of Computer Graphics Computer Vision Four additional courses can be freely selected from the complete list of courses taught in the Master Program. Multimedia Computing and Interaction The “Multimedia Computing and Interaction” curriculum provides students with knowledge on the fundamental methodologies and techniques required for processing and interacting with multimedia content (i.e. graphics, text, audio and video material). Students are trained as specialists and professionals that are able to design, develop and maintain multimedia systems and software. Students are required to select five courses from the following list: Computer Vision Foundations of Computer Graphics Machine Learning Multimodal Interaction Natural Language Processing Web and Social Information Extraction Web Interaction and four courses from the following list : Advanced Software Engineering Big Data Computing Concurrent Systems Compilers Computability and Complexity Computer Networks Performance Distributed Systems Wireless Systems Four additional courses can be freely selected from the complete list of courses taught in the Master Program. Networks and security Computer networks and security are at the core of today's Internet world. This curriculum provides students with the technological background necessary to design and manage systems, networking, cryptography and security. It also prepares professionals in emerging fields such as design, development and management of smart city systems and applications, developers of Future Internet and cloud computing systems, experts of computer and cyber security, and application and service developers. Students are required to select five courses from the following list : Advanced Networks Computer Networks Performance Cryptography Data and Networks Security Distributed Systems Elective in Networking Systems Wireless Systems and four courses from the following list : Advanced Software Engineering Computability and Complexity Intensive Computation Information Theory Machine Learning Multimodal Interaction Network Algorithms Security in Software Applications Software Systems Verification Web Interaction Four additional courses can be freely selected from the complete list of courses taught in the Master Program. Software Engineering The complexity of modern software (and hardware) systems requires the support of adequate design and analysis methodologies. The objective of this programme is to provide students with the necessary methodologies and to satisfy the growing need for critical functions and security. Students are required to select five courses from the following list : Advanced Software Engineering Concurrent Systems Formal Methods for Software Development Mathematical Logic for Computer Science Security of Software Applications Software Systems Verification and four courses from the following list : Big Data Computing Compilers Computability and Complexity Distributed Systems Machine Learning Models of Computation Web Interaction Four additional courses can be freely selected from the complete list of courses taught in the Master Program. Admission Requirements Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications or any other equivalent title in the disciplines relating to the Information and Communication Technologies. Special cases will be considered on an individual basis. More detailed information is available here. Good understanding of the English language. [-]

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