Duration: 2 years
Start date: October 1, 2021.
Total number of hours (number of ECTS credits): 3000 hours (120 ECTS credits)
A minimum of three-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a related field, with preference for graduates in Computer Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics Engineering and Information Technology.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a global and dynamic network, with an extended and pervasive connectivity between conventional calculating devices and new generation daily objects (Smart Objects). Smart Objects give a digital alias to real identities, enabling their entrance into IoT and gradually blending the border between the physical and virtual word. In fact, we are witnessing a fundamental change of paradigm, moving from an Internet approach exclusively thought for human users to the IoT centred on autonomous, intelligent, adaptive and interoperable Cyber-Physical devices, which have become providers and users of innovative services at the same time. The IoT will revolutionize any applicative context taking advantage from synergic technologies and methodologies from sectors such as Big Data, Cyber- Physical Systems, Opportunistic Networking, Autonomic and Cognitive Computing.
The MSc in Computer Engineering for the IoT aims at training new professional figures who can work in various fields such as:
Embedded System Designers (experts developing software for embedded systems used in IoT systems), IoT System Designers (experts developing IoT innovative systems and complete IoT systems -heterogeneous too – in diversified application domain) and IoT Data Analytics Specialists (experts promoting solutions for Big Data analysis with particular reference to data produced by IoT systems).
- Low level and Embedded System programming
- Programming Internet of Things Systems
- Methodologies for IoT design
- IoT Security
- Cloud and Edge Computing
- IoT Networking
- Big Data Management
- Electronics for IoT Devices
Employability and careers
Graduates from a MSc in Computer Engineering for IoT can work as :
- Embedded System Designer (a computer engineer that designs and develops embedded systems software)
- IoT System designer (a computer engineer that designs and develops innovative IoT systems and provides solutions to integrate heterogeneous IoT systems in various domains)
- IoT data analytics specialist (a computer engineer that designs and develops big data analysis solutions specifically addressed to the IoT domain).
The skills and methodologies acquired in the study program, will enable graduates to either find employment or work as freelance for: companies specifically operating in the field of IoT systems development, system integrators and consulting companies, developers and providers of ICT applications and services.
Internet of Thing. Big Data. IoT Security. IoT Interoperability. Embedded computing. Cloud/edge computing.
30 slots available. How to apply for the A.Y 2021-22