Second cycle degree

Electronic Engineering for intelligent vehicles

Joint degree with Universities of Bologna, Modena and Reggio Emilia and Ferrara

The degree programme

The ubiquity of Electronic and Information Technology in today’s and tomorrow’s vehicles is a mandatory requirement for achieving safer, greener, and more enjoyable drive.

This calls for up-to-date professionals devoted to the development, design, and integration of Electronic and Information Technology subsystems into new generation vehicles.

The aim of the Inter-University Master’s Degree in Electronic Engineering for Intelligent Vehicles (EEIV) of the Motor Vehicle University of Emilia Romagna (MUNER) is to train engineers capable of operating in this challenging and exciting field, with specific focus on the understanding of the main Electronic and Communication Systems as well as Autonomous Driving applications.

The Electronic Engineering for Intelligent Vehicles course, entirely taught in English and designed in strong cooperation with MUNER companies operating in the automotive sector, is organized in two curricula, each one of which open to 25 students: Electronic and Communication Systems (ECS) and Autonomous Driving Engineering (ADE).

The syllabus has been designed in strong cooperation with MUNER Companies operating in the automotive sector to allow seamless insertion of the EEIV graduate in high-profile roles in the research, development, and manufacturing environments focused on vehicles and automotive technologies.

What are you going to learn?

Common for ECS and ADE (taught in Bologna)

Mandatory

  • Advanced Automotive Sensors – 6 CFU
  • Hardware-software Design of Embedded Systems I.C. – 12 CFU
  • Automatic Control – 6 CFU

Guided choice elective courses – 12 CFU

  • Power Electronics for Automotive – 6 CFU
  • Test, Diagnosis and Reliability – 6 CFU
  • Statistical Signal Processing – 6 CFU

ECS curricula (taught in Bologna)

Mandatory

  • Signals and Systems for Vehicular Communications – 6 CFU
  • Wired and Wireless Interconnections – 9 CFU

Guided choice elective courses – 6 CFU

  • Dynamics and Compliant Design of Road Vehicles – 6 CFU
  • Deep Learning for Engineering Applications – 6 CFU

Guided choice elective courses – 3 CFU

  • Ground Vehicle Dynamics – 3 CFU
  • Lab of Real-time Operating Systems – 3 CFU
  • Connected Vehicles – 3 CFU

ADE curricula (taught in Bologna)

Mandatory

  • Image Processing and Computer Vision – 6 CFU
  • Vehicular Radio Propagation – 9 CFU
  • Deep Learning for Engineering Applications – 6 CFU

ECS curricula (taught in Modena)

Mandatory

  • Applied Topics in Automotive Electronics – 12 CFU

Guided choice elective courses – 12 CFU

  • Artificial Intelligence for Automotive – 6 CFU
  • Automotive Connectivity – 6 CFU
  • Automotive Cyber Security – 6 CFU
  • Industrial Co-teaching – 6 CFU
  • Modeling and Control of Electromechanical Systems – 6 CFU
  • Platforms and Algorithms for Autonomous Driving – 6 CFU

ADE curricula (taught in Parma)

Mandatory

  • Electronics and Lighting Technologies for Automotive – 12 CFU
  • Computer Engineering Laboratory – 3 CFU

Guided choice elective courses – 12 CFU

  • 3D Perception, Learning-based Data Fusion – 6 CFU
  • Autonomous Driving and ADAS Technologies – 6 CFU
  • Path and Trajectory Planning – 6 CFU
  • Vehicular Communications – 6 CFU
  • Virtual Systems and Human Machine Interface – 6 CFU
  • Visual Perception for Self-driving Cars – 6 CFU

Common for ECS and ADE

  • Free choice courses – 12 CFU
  • Final examination with optional internship – 24 CFU

After graduation

The Graduate in Electronic Engineering for Intelligent Vehicles will have a multidisciplinary training allowing to understand, propose and adapt what is developed in the flourishing field of Information and Communication Technologies, playing a key role in the innovation of the automotive sector, the future evolution of which will increasingly depend on these technologies.

Based also on the chosen curriculum the Graduate will:

Electronic and Communication System (ECS): understand the operating principles and design constrains of the fundamental electronic and communication devices and subsystems as well as how they can be controlled and securely connected with each other and the surrounding environment in automotive and motorbike applications.

Autonomous Driving Engineering (ADE): be able to deal with concepts, methods and architectures used to enable advanced driver assistance systems up to fully autonomous driving. They will be able to participate in concept development, design requirements, and operating strategies to provide for vehicle functionality and end-user safety, and intelligent transportation systems based on perception devices, intelligent algorithms and methods, and planning and control strategies.

General information

  • Course held in English

  • Type of course and duration

    Two-year second cycle degree (Laurea magistrale)

  • Admission

    Restricted access – selection procedure

    Available places: 38 places for Italian, EU and EU-equated citizens (19 for the course curriculum in “Electronic and Communication Systems – ECS” and 19 for the course curriculum in “Autonomous Driving Engineering – ADE”) and 12 places for NON-EU citizens resident abroad (6 for ECS and 6 for ADE)

    Application from April, 22 to 12:00 of July, 6 2022.

  • Course code

    LM-29 Classe delle lauree magistrali in Ingegneria elettronica

  • Faculty advisor

    Prof. Carlo Concari carlo.concari@unipr.it

  • Department

    Department of Engineering and Architecture – dia.unipr.it Parco Area delle Scienze, 181/A – Campus Universitario