This study plan provides a complete set of skills for designing and managing industrial production systems. The courses offered in this study plan correspond to the different areas characterising the work of mechanical engineers: plant engineering and planning; the design and management of production logistical systems and processing technologies and systems.
This study plan provides transversal skills for planning mechanical systems with high-tech, smart systems: automatic machines and systems, vehicles and industrial robots. Graduates of this track are Mechanical Engineering designers able to work with the skills proper to automation, electric and information engineering.
This study plan trains engineers to use a systems theory approach oriented towards the product in its entirety, system architecture and the effective, integrated use of methods and simulation technologies based on paradigms of virtual prototyping, virtual construction and virtual mannequins. The courses offered in this study plan are those of the "Industrial Engineering and Information Design and Methods".
This study plan trains engineers with a solid foundation in the principles of engine and turbine engine operation and capable of developing and managing projects involving problems of dimensioning, development, selection and operation of internal combustion engines and gas turbines. Special attention is paid to the fluid dynamics, energy and ecological aspects of engines for land and air propulsion.
This study plan trains engineers to use advanced, innovative methods for designing mechanical components and systems. The courses offered in this study plan concern the methodological and content aspects of the mechanical design process, to then turn to the more in-depth study of the design problems of certain components and systems, as well as the rational use of materials for design.
The aim of this study plan is to train engineers capable of working in all settings where the ability to identify innovative technological solutions and use advanced materials is a fundamental competitive element. Particular attention is paid to special processing technologies and the application of advanced materials, the design and optimisation of technological processes, experimental methods and laboratory activity.
This study plan provides in-depth training in the general Mechanical Engineering disciplines, as applied to the field of ground vehicles (road and track). Students study the various functional, design, construction and management aspects proper to vehicles, with special attention to the environment and active and passive safety.
This study plan trains engineers specialised in the design, integration and performance measurement of complex mechanical systems, such as numerical control machines for the mechanical processing of integrated production systems. The courses in this study plan include systems mechanics, machine construction, processing systems and technologies and automatic controls.
The graduate in Mechanical Engineering – Mobility track will blend in depth knowledge about mobility systems and related technology with a scientific and engineering approach in electrical topics too. The graduate in Mechanical Engineering – Mobility track will be able to deal with the complexity of mobility systems and their dependence on the interaction between different critical issues: technology, management, ethics and policy-making. Hence, the graduate in this field will cover highly qualified posts in different types of organizations (including primarily transport operators).
This study plan provides the design principles necessary for realising mechanical systems. The courses are especially focused on the following topics: optimisation of the dynamic behaviour of mechanical systems; dimensioning of components and verification of their mechanical resistance; measurement and instrumentation methods for the verification and monitoring of the operation of mechanical systems.
This study plan develops cultural and design aspects towards working in the area of process design, a sector typical of industrial production. In particular, in addition to being capable of handling and resolving problems relative to manufacturing in general, graduates of this track have in-depth knowledge of metals and transformation technologies.