Master Degree (Laurea Magistrale) in
Computer Science and Networking

 


CALL FOR APPLICATIONS A.Y. 2014-15 is closed

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For the academic year 2014/15, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and the University of Pisa are jointly offering the fifth 2-year edition of the Master Degree program in Computer Science and Networking (Laurea Magistrale in Informatica e Networking, LM-18) starting at the beginning of September 2014. All classes are offered in ENGLISH language.

This Master degree program is a joint initiative (Laurea Interateneo) of:
• University of Pisa – Department of Computer Science and Department of Information Engineering
• Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna – Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies.

The official Master qualification diploma (Laurea Magistrale) is jointly awarded by University of Pisa and by Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna.
The Master is structured in traditional front lectures and in laboratory sessions and the program is divided in 4 semesters. The applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree (1st level Laurea degree) in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, Communication Networks, Information Technology, or any other equivalent title in the disciplines relating to the Information and Communication Technologies.
The two
-year Master degree program (Laurea Magistrale) in Computer Science and Networking has been designed to meet the growing demand for an emerging kind of professionals with expertise in both computer and information science and technologies and communication and networking science and technologies in a strongly integrated manner. This expertise is needed in the design and implementation of both innovative hardware-software distributed infrastructures and service-based distributed applications in several areas of industry, e-business, research, social and citizen services, public administration.
A
graduate with strong expertise in both information and networking sciences and technologies is without precedence in the current scenario of national master programs, and few are the examples at the international level.
The
Contact Point for the Master are Prof. Piero Castoldi at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna and Prof. Marco Danelutto at the University of Pisa.

 
Course Contents
The course is structured in traditional front lectures and in laboratory sessions during the 3-semester  teaching periods (30 hours per week) in Pisa, and in a Master thesis during the last semester.
Support for students
Fellowships are available  for talented  students of any citizenship.




Faculty
Faculty members of the Master program are selected among the professors of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and the University of Pisa.
How to Apply
The  application process is entirely on-line. Eligible students can apply by filling the electronic admission form available on this site.

 





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