The Master of Science in Embedded Computing Systems is jointly offered by the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies (TeCIP) of Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies and the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Pisa. It is aimed at providing the basic knowledge for approaching complex software design in embedded computing systems using the most modern design methodologies, and integrating specific knowledge in various research areas, including automatic control, signal acquisition and processing, real-time computing, sensors and actuators interfacing, software engineering, formal methods for software verification, distributed systems, computer architectures, and digital electronics.
The organization of teaching courses and laboratories will allow each student to achieve the most suitable and effective working environment. In order to achieve the described goals for high qualification and working environment, the maximum number of admitted students per year is 40.
People graduating in Embedded Computing Systems will have a deep knowledge in the following fields: • real-time computing systems, scheduling algorithms and resource management; • microprocessor, multiprocessor and multi-core architectures; • distributed systems and sensor networks; • paradigms, models and tools for software design.
- Bachelor degree with a curriculum studiorum fitting the Master Degree Course Regulations (Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technologies etc.)- Good knowledge of English language, at least corresponding to an intermediate level (B1 Level in the European Framework for foreign languages).
24 March 2017
Depending on family income and country of provenience. Maximum fees per year: € 2,354.00
Recipient: Scuola Superiore SantAnna
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