ECST students, the international program fully taught in English, will attain knowledge in the basic issues related to advanced micro-nano-electronic devices, solid-state sensors, and biosensors, including reliability features. They will as well acquire skills in the modeling and design of digital and analog integrated circuits, advanced telecommunication systems, artificial intelligence and software engineering applications, automation systems and bioengineering.
ECST is a 120 credits, four-semester program, consisting in core classes (60 credits), curriculum classes (18 credits), elective classes (12 credits), general-culture classes (9 credits) and a master thesis (21 credits). The core classes are mainly concentrated in the first year and aim to consolidate basic knowledge. During their second-year students can choose their curriculum classes mostly in the field of electronics and telecommunications with options in automation and robotics, computers and information processing, and bioengineering.
The classes are organized with lectures, practice, design and laboratory activities.
ECST graduates will be able to work in companies whose core business is the design and/or manufacturing of devices, equipment, systems, and infrastructures of electronic and optoelectronic type, including sensor systems, advanced telecommunication systems, applications of artificial intelligence and software engineering. Moreover, they will be able to effectively contribute to all working activities employing electronic technologies or infrastructures for signal processing in the civil construction, industrial and information fields, within public or private research Institutes, public Agencies, or Academia. Their responsibilities will be ranging from design to research, development, management, and teaching.
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Last updated January 10, 2018