Industrial Engineering for Advanced Automotive

Year 2024
Code 5846
Main Department Department of Industrial Engineering
Campus Forlì
Credits 6
Cost 2,000.00 Euros if they are not awarded a reduced fee position or 17.04 Euros if they are recipients of a reduced fee position
Starting date Aug 18, 2024
Finishing date Sep 01, 2024
Application deadline Jul 05, 2024

the call for application expires at 1 pm on July 5th

Selection date 8th of July 2024: in case of a high number of candidates, selections will continue on the 9th of July 2024.
Enrolment start and end From the 15th of July 2024 to the 25th of July 2024
Course overview
The programme lasts for two weeks, classroom training is delivered in English, awards 6CFU credits and aims to enhance the learning experience of future engineers enrolled in the Master's degree programs in Advanced Automotive Engineering, Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering, Electric Vehicle Engineering, and Electronic Engineering for Intelligent Vehicles. This proposal aims to prepare and specialize high-level professionals in mechanical, automotive, and production fields dedicated to the industrial automotive sector, which is particularly prominent in the Emilia Romagna region.
Subject area
Sciences and technology
Number of participants
Min. 10 Max 40
Duration
two weeks
Language
English
Additional information

Thirty reduced fee positions are available, which will be assigned to candidates deemed meritorious based on their ranking in the selection process and who, at the deadline of the call, are enrolled in one of the following master’s degree programs active within the MUNER project: Advanced Automotive Engineering (all curricula), Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering, Electric Vehicle Engineering, Electronic Engineering for Intelligent Vehicles (all curricula).
If these reduced fee positions are not allocated to the aforementioned students, they may be made available to students enrolled in master’s degree programs in Engineering at the University of Bologna.

 

Admission qualifications
- first cycle degree and/or second / single cycle degree obtained under D.M. 270/04 or first cycle degree and/or second / single cycle degree obtained under the laws previously in force (DM 509/99 and Old Regulations) in the following fields or classes: Industrial and Electronic Engineering;
- first cycle degree and/or second / single cycle degree obtained abroad deemed equivalent to those described in point above by the admission committee, for the purposes of admission to the course;
- to compete for the 30 free-of-charge positions, it is necessary to be enrolled in one of the following Master's degree programs: Advanced Automotive Engineering (all curricula), Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering, Electric Vehicle Engineering, and Electronic Engineering for Intelligent Vehicles (all curricula).
- for non-EU citizens, they must provide evidence demonstrating their legal residence in Italy as of the deadline of the call.
Selection criteria
Admission to the Summer School is subject to a positive opinion based on the evaluation of the qualifications obtained (including CV) and on the interview with the Admission board.
Academic director
Prof. Dario Croccolo
Study plan
  • Optimisation and lightweight design and manufacturing of automotive components - - Hybrid and electric powertrains - SSD ING-IND/14 - Dario Croccolo
  • Models and methods for assembly line design of composite components in the automotive sector - SSD ING-IND/17 - Marco Bortolini 
  • Vehicle dynamics applied to hybrid and electrified motorcycles and cars - SSD ING-IND/13 - Alberto Martini
  • Life Cycle Assessment of hybrid and electric vehicles - Ethical and legal aspects related to digitisation and use of Artificial Intelligence in automotive applications- SSD CHIM/12 - Fabrizio Passarini
  • Ethical and legal aspects associated with digitalisation and use of artificial intelligence in automotive applicazions - SSD IUS/01 - Enrico Al Mureden 
  • Sensors for automotive - Automotive connectivity - Hybrid powertrain - SSD ING-INF/03 - Alessandro Bazzi  

Prof. Dario Croccolo

Contacts

Prof. Dario Croccolo