Academic Year 2023/24





School of Industrial and Information Engineering



Degree Programme of:


Mechanical Engineering
Laurea Magistrale (Equivalent To Master Of Science)


Milano, Piacenza Campus

1. General Information

School School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Code Reference Law483
NameMechanical Engineering
Reference LawOrdinamento 270/04
Class of degreeLM-33 - Mechanical engineering
Degree level Laurea Magistrale (Equivalent To Master Of Science)
First year of activation 2010/2011
Official length of the programme 2
Years of the programme already activated 1,2
Official language(s) The Laurea Magistrale (equivalent to Master of Science) programme is offered in English but the degree programme meets the requirements of MIUR (Ministry of Education, Universities and Research) note of 11.07.2018 and the CUN opinion of 10.23.2018.
Campus Milano, Piacenza
Dean of the School Antonio Capone
Coordinator of the Study programme Francesco Braghin
Website of the School http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it
Website of the Study programme
https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/?lang=en


Central Student Office - Piacenza
Address VIA G. B. SCALABRINI, 76 (PC)


Central Student Office - Milano Bovisa
Address VIA LAMBRUSCHINI, 15 (MI)

2. General presentation of the study programme

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines, synergistically combining the principles of physics and mathematics (mechanics, dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, …) with materials science, to design, analyse, produce and maintain systems capable of generating force and movement, i.e. transport systems (road and rail vehicles, ships, aircraft, …), industrial equipment and machinery and production plants.

Not only that: mechanical engineering is also one of the engineering disciplines that has evolved the most by integrating IT, control, chemical and biological skills to lead to innovations in multidisciplinary and frontier areas such as composite materials and new alloys with ever more advanced performance, mechatronics and robotics, micro and nanotechnologies, propulsion and energy production systems, defense systems and armaments, bio-inspired systems as well as medical and sports devices. Innovations in these areas are vital in efforts to reduce energy consumption and environmental impact and to build a more responsible and sustainable society.

In the master's program in mechanical engineering, students acquire both the fundamental skills and methodological knowledge for solving complex and innovative problems, as well as the ability to work on multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary challenges. Students develop and apply tools ranging from simulation, optimization, to advanced experimental techniques in order to gain a deeper understanding of the underlying phenomena and processes.

For more information https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/master-of-science/?lang=en.


3. Learning objectives

The master's degree in mechanical engineering presents a very articulated educational project, which pursues two complementary objectives at the same time:

  • on the one hand, to develop - through a nucleus of knowledge, methodologies and common approaches - a unitary background character for the figure of the mechanical engineer;
  • on the other hand, to introduce onto the labor market professionals with a range of skills capable of satisfying the diversified demand of the companies and institutions in which the mechanical engineers will operate.

The mechanical engineering graduate is therefore a professional figure with a high cultural and professional preparation, with a solid basic preparation and broad technical-application contents, capable of operating successfully in areas characterized by a high technological level, strong interdisciplinarity and multidisciplinarity and in an international and constantly evolving labour market. This preparation allows mechanical engineering graduates to quickly adapt to the most diverse professional needs.

The knowledge imparted in the various courses is proposed in a training context which, in addition to their acquisition, aims to develop in the student interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary integration skills, aptitude for tackling new and complex problems in a scientifically rigorous way, critical evaluation of problems and autonomy judgment as well as communication skills necessary to effectively communicate the results achieved nationally and internationally.


4. Organization of the study programme and further studies

4.1 Structure of the study programme and Qualifications

The Degree Course in Mechanical Engineering is divided into two years, for a total of 120 university training credits (CFU or ECTS) and presents a general structure of the training offer shown in the following diagram.


Fig. 1 - General structure of the educational offer of the first year of the Degree Course in Mechanical Engineering

Fig. 2 - General structure of the educational offer of the second year of the Degree Course in Mechanical Engineering

As highlighted in Fig.1, in the first year of the course there are 6 mandatory courses common to all students of the specialization (for a total of 40 credits), which include the educational activities that underpin the knowledge and skills of the mechanical engineer. Furthermore, in the first year, the student takes courses characterizing the chosen field for a total of 15-20 credits. In some specializations, the remaining credits are dedicated to completing the foundational training of the mechanical engineer's knowledge and skills.

Each of the proposed curricula offers a second year of the course (Fig. 2) characterized by a broad educational offer for a total of 40 ECTS within which the student can identify, through the choice of courses, the didactic path that best enhances his interests and aptitudes better. The choice must become a strongly motivating dimension for the student who therefore acquires an active role in addressing his own professionalization, favouring the disciplinary aspects (characteristic teachings) or the multidisciplinary ones (similar teachings), optimally reconciling his own interests/attitudes with the needs of skills profiles required by the labour market. It should be noted that the student can choose 5 ECTS within the entire educational offer of the Politecnico di Milano as well as from the international partners of the main mobility programs and how 5 ECTS are reserved for laboratory activities with a limited number of students within the research laboratories of the professors belonging to the Study Course in Mechanical Engineering. The training course ends with the development of a degree thesis as a final test, to which 20 credits are assigned.

Without prejudice to the freedom to construct one's own study plan by combining the elective courses proposed, in order to facilitate students' choice of some courses on offer, coherent and well-characterized educational paths are defined in terms of specific training goals. Detailed information on the educational profiles can be found on the website https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/bachelor-of-science/professional-track/courses-bs/?lang=en.

Upon completion of the Degree Program in Mechanical Engineering, the student acquires the title of master's degree in mechanical engineering.

For students of greater merit who enroll in the master's degree, there is the possibility of being admitted to the Alta Scuola Politecnica, an advanced training program organized by the Polytechnics of Milan and Turin (for more information: http://www.asp-poli.it).

In addition to what is reported in these regulations, students are invited to consult the website of the School of Industrial and Information Engineering https://www.ingindinf.polimi.it/en.

4.2 Further Studies

The qualification grants access to "Dottorato di Ricerca" (Research Doctorate), "Corso di Specializzazione di secondo livello" (2nd level Specialization Course) and "Master Universitario di secondo livello" (2nd level University Master)


In particular, the research doctorate is obtained at the end of a further training course, lasting three years, following the achievement of the master's degree. The research doctorate is designed and organized to prepare professionals with a very high cultural profile and with a wealth of knowledge such as to be able to cover positions of responsibility and satisfy the demand that comes from companies and research institutions/universities that require highly qualified researchers. Access to the PhD is regulated by a selection process.

For further details on postgraduate training courses: https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/after-graduation/?lang=en.


5. Professional opportunities and work market

5.1 Professional status of the degree

The Master of Science Mechanical Engineer is a professional technician with higher academic and professional background, able to design and to develop innovative and advanced mechanical products and processes from different aspects - functional, with enhanced structural integrity, energy efficient, with an appropriate choice of the materials and of the processing methods and production technologies. In addition to, the Master of Science Mechanical Engineer is able to design the layout and manage a production plant for optimum production rate, to design systems apt in the field of thermal and mechanical measurements, to design the control systems and the automation technology of complex mechanical systems. The Master of Science Mechanical Engineer due to the broad range of technical skills, may be deployed in several industrial sectors, where technical competences in the design, in the management and in the maintenance of machines and production plant are appreciated.

5.2 Careers options and profiles

The course of study in mechanical engineering is characterized by a very close relationship with the business world. The professional opportunities for graduates in mechanical engineering are extremely wide and varied thanks to the extensive professional skills in numerous industrial sectors. The professional figure is therefore directly expendable on the labour market.

The possible career opportunities for a master's degree in mechanical engineering are:

  • mechanical industries that design (from a functional, construction and energy point of view) and produce, control, produce and maintain components, machines and mechanical systems;
  • industries operating in the transport sector (land, sea and air), both as regards the vehicle and the propulsion system;
  • industries developing new materials, sensors, actuators, and technologies;
  • industries producing consumer goods;
  • industries that produce, market and manage plants and systems for the generation, accumulation and distribution of energy from traditional and renewable sources;
  • manufacturers of robots and, more generally, of mechatronic systems, deriving from the integrated design of mechanics and measurement and control electronics;
  • companies that design, install and manage production and manufacturing processes as well as mechanical and non-mechanical plants;
  • companies operating in related mechanical industries, industrial partners, subcontractors and service and engineering consultancy companies;
  • public administrations or research bodies both national and international;
  • all those working environments where design/production methodologies and skills typical of the training of a graduate in the mechanical sector are relevant.

The Career Service of the Politecnico di Milano (http://www.careerservice.polimi.it) acts as the first point of contact with the world of work and coordinates the offer of company internships for male and female students and graduates. Furthermore, the Career Service of the Politecnico di Milano indicates job opportunities and organizes company presentations for undergraduates and first and second level graduates.

5.3 Qualification profile

Mechanical engineer

Profile in a work context:

Profile capable of autonomously developing product, process and production system innovation projects, both in industrial and advanced tertiary sector.

The Laurea Magistrale graduate student in Mechanical Engineering is a technician of high cultural and professional skills, able to independently develop innovative projects in terms of product and process, from the functional, constructive and energetic point of view, with the choice of materials and related processing and transformation technologies, the design of the arrangement and management of machines in a plant and their best use with the related services, measures, control and automation. In addition to the mechanical industry, the Laurea Magistrale graduate student can find a place also in different industrial sectors for what concerns the design, management and maintenance of machines and plants.

Specific skills:

  • design and manage industrial production systems, technological processes, industrial installations and production and logistics systems;
  • manage maintenance, industrial technologies and automation of industrial systems;
  • design and supervise integrated production systems, with particular attention to the industrial management of quality;
  • design mechanical systems equipped with high-tech active and intelligent systems (for example: automatic machines and plants, vehicles and industrial robots);
  • face the problems with a system-product approach as a whole, with system architecture, comprehensive vision of product development process oriented to the whole life cycle, with the effective and integrated use of method and technology simulations based on paradigms of virtual prototyping, virtual factory and virtual mannequins;
  • independently develop and manage engineering projects involving the sizing, development, selection and operation of internal combustion engines and gas turbines;
  • design, in full autonomy and with advanced and innovative methods, mechanical components and systems;
  • operate in all areas where the ability to identify innovative technological solutions and to use advanced materials is a fundamental competitive element (for example: iron and steel plants, foundries, rolling mills, heat treatment and thermochemical plants, companies producing consumer goods and capital goods for individual or collective use);
  • design, build and manage vehicles, with particular attention also to the problems of the environment and of active and passive safety.

Job opportunities:

Graduate student in Mechanical Engineering has many opportunities to show his/her professional skills in many industrial sectors. In particular, s/he can develop the design of mechanical systems from a functional, constructive and energetic point of view, the layout design, the management and the optimal use of the machines of a plant. Further opportunities are also offered in manufacturing industries and in production facilities for what concerns design, production, development of new technologies, measurement techniques and selection of the most appropriate materials. In addition to production and service activities, the Laurea Magistrale graduate student in Mechanical Engineering can find a place in public administrations or research institutions, where s/he can use the acquired knowledge. In particular, each of the three different educational levels indicated above corresponds to a professional profile that can quickly find a place on the job market.


6. Enrolment

6.1 Access requirements

First cycle degree (level 6 EQF) or comparable qualification


Admission to the master's degree in mechanical engineering is subject to an evaluation process aimed at verifying the suitability of the candidate. This process, in accordance with the existing regulation (Ministerial Decree 22/10/2004 n. 270 art. 6 par. 2 and Ministerial Decree of 16/3/2007, art.6 par. 1), is based on curricular requirements and on the verification of the adequacy of the student preparation.

Admission to the master's degree will be decided in an unquestionable form by an Admissions Commission set up for this purpose by the Coordinator of the Degree Course Council, which will be based on the analysis of the academic career. For the purposes of admission, the Admissions Commission may take into consideration real elements of exceptional nature, proven by adequate documentation, which can justify the non-compliance with the criteria indicated below and demonstrate the adequacy of the preparation acquired. This documentation must be attached to the application for admission.

In the event of admission, any curricular additions (see Par. 6.2) will be made explicit at the same time as the positive judgment and before enrollment, so as to provide the information necessary for a transparent and rational choice of study plans.

As regards the prerequisite of knowledge of the English language, please refer to Par. 7.4.

 

Application for admission

To be admitted to the career assessment, you must have a three-year degree or a higher qualification (master's or specialist degree, five-year degree).

The assessment can also be made for three-year degree students of the Politecnico di Milano, if enrolled in the immediately following three-year degree exam session, and for three-year degree students from other universities, if the achievement of the three-year degree is expected before the expiry of the enrollment in the master's degree.

In any case, applications from students from other universities will be evaluated only following the achievement of the three-year degree to be communicated by sending the three-year degree certificate or substitute declaration.

The academic career requirements considered by the Admissions Commission are:

  • for graduates of the Politecnico di Milano who come from the three-year continuity degree, having acquired at least 105 credits with a weighted average of the marks achieved in the three-year degree exams >= 25/30, by the end of the autumn exam session of profit of the 2nd year from enrollment, and have obtained the three-year degree within 4 academic years from enrolment;
  • for all other graduating students,
  1. obtaining a weighted average of the marks obtained in the three-year degree exams not below the "correct" admission threshold (see below for details);
  2. the possession of a certificate attesting to the knowledge of the English language (see Par. 7.4);
  3. possession of educational requirements that do not involve curricular additions (see Par. 6.2).

If the prerequisite 1. is not satisfied, the candidate will not be admitted to the master's degree, unless the presence of proven documentation that highlights real elements of exceptionality.

If the candidate does not comply with prerequisites 2. and/or 3., he/she may be admitted to the master's degree but can enroll only after having achieved them, demonstrating knowledge of the English language and/or satisfying the curricular additions that the Admissions Commission will have identified and communicated to the candidate.

 

Number of years to obtain the Bachelor degree

The number of years taken to obtain the three-year degree, indicated below with the symbol "N", corresponds to half the number of semesters elapsed from the first enrollment at any Italian university until the achievement of the three-year degree (considering the of the semesters ending March 31st and October 31st). By way of example, the following are some cases:

  • 1st enrollment September 2020 - three-year degree by September 2023: (6 semesters): N = 3
  • 1st enrollment September 2020 - three-year degree by March 2024: (7 semesters): N = 3.5
  • 1st enrollment September 2020 - three-year degree by September 2024 (8 semesters): N = 4
  • 1st enrollment September 2020 - three-year degree by March 2025 (9 semesters): N = 4.5

 

"Adjusted" admission threshold

Admission to the master's degree requires that the average grade obtained in the three-year degree exams, weighted by the credits assigned to each exam, is greater than or equal to a "correct" admission threshold (SC) defined as follows:

SC = S + k * (min(N,N1)-3)

where k = 0.5, N is defined in the previous paragraph, N1 = 8 and S assumes the following values:


Tab. 1 - Admission threshold according to the course of study of origin

For the track Mechatronics for Manufacturing only the S parameter is reduced by one unit:


Tab. 2 - Admission threshold according to the course of study of origin for the PSPA Mechatronics for Manufacturing

Verification of this requirement is done by rounding to the first decimal place.

Where necessary, students who apply for admission will be summoned for an interview by the Admissions Commission in charge of examining the applications. This interview will be aimed at highlighting the motivations, examining the curriculum of studies and further elements - such as work experience, internships, studies abroad, extra-curricular activities - useful for the evaluation.

For students with a three-year degree from foreign universities, access is established by the Admissions Commission on the basis of an assessment of their previous career and the adequacy of their preparation.

The methods for calculating the "correct" admission threshold (SC) and the threshold values ¿¿defined above may undergo changes in the academic years to come.

Students wishing to apply for admission must provide the documentation with:

  • certification (provided by the university of origin) of the exams taken complete with date, mark, CFU, SSD and weighted average calculated on the exams taken; in the absence of such information, the candidate must attach a self-declaration containing the necessary information;
  • date of first registration.

 

English proficiency

For the recognized certifications and the respective thresholds, refer to Par. 7.4.

 

Curricular integrations

The candidate can be admitted to the master's degree if the studiorum curriculum of the three-year degree is "consistent" with the training plan of the master's degree. In this regard, the possession of the necessary curricular requirements is assessed and any request for curricular additions is formulated, for which reference is made to Par. 6.2.

 

Transfers

Requests for transfer from other universities, from other university degree courses or to other tracks will be assessed individually by the Admissions Commission taking into account the student's career in terms of subject areas, contents and average grades achieved in the bachelor's degree exams and, in the case of transfers at the second year, in the master's degree exams.

6.2 Requested knowledge

To access the master's degree, candidates must possess precise curricular requirements, i.e. knowledge consistent with the training plan of the aforementioned master's degree. These requirements are defined using the study plan of the three-year degree in mechanical engineering with a preparatory course as a reference model. Therefore, the need for curricular integrations derives from the absence of "consistency" with this training project.

In particular, three-year graduates in mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, energy engineering, industrial production engineering from the Politecnico di Milano with a Propaedeutic orientation are given the opportunity to enroll without curricular integrations in the master's degrees in aeronautical, space, energy and mechanical engineering. Three-year graduates in physical engineering and mathematical engineering from the Politecnico di Milano are given the opportunity to enroll without curricular integrations to the master's degree in mechanical engineering in the track Data Science for Industrial Engineering and Wind Energy. Three-year graduates in automation engineering from the Politecnico di Milano are given the opportunity to enroll without curricular integrationsto the master's degree in mechanical engineering in the track Mechatronics for Manufacturing.

In any case, students who intend to take advantage of this opportunity are advised to compare their curriculum with the study plan of the chosen master's degree and to autonomously adapt their preparation taking into account the table of minimum requirements (Tab. 4).

Graduates (DM 270/04) with a professional orientation from the mechanical engineering study course of the Politecnico di Milano will be assigned curricular additions as indicated in Table 3.

Graduates coming from professional orientations of other study courses of the Politecnico di Milano and other universities will in any case be assigned curricular additions for a number of credits not less than the total number of credits attributed to the internship, the degree thesis and the final exam of the three-year degree obtained.

The Admissions Commission will evaluate on a case-by-case basis how to distribute any additions between courses.


Tab. 3 - List of curricular integrations to be completed BEFORE enrollment in the master's degree for graduate students (Ministerial Decree 270) with professional orientation in mechanical engineering at the Politecnico di Milano.

Equivalent courses that can be assigned upon explicit request by the student when submitting the application for admission are highlighted in italics.

Note

1. Depending on the elective exam taken in the three-year degree.

 

The Admissions Commission will assign the curricular additions giving priority to any validation of attendance already acquired. Any substitutive additions, listed in Tab. 3 in italics, may be requested by the student only and exclusively when submitting the application for admission by filling in the NOTES box available.


Tab. 4 - Minimum requirements for admission to the master's degree

Note

1. In the case of students with a slight deficiency in one of these two areas, no debts are assigned if the sum is greater than or equal to the total of 20 credits.

2. Up to a maximum of 5 credits of ING-INF/04 can also be counted in this area.

 

At the time of admission, the number of credits not exceeding 32 credits relating to courses in the first year of the master's degree, added in excess to the previous three-year degree course, may be validated for the student.

 

Procedures for the possible acquisition of curricular additions

If curricula supplements are assigned, in the period between the achievement of the three-year degree and the eventual enrollment in the master's degree, for the purposes of the master's degree itself, the graduate will be able, using the enrollment in "single courses":

  • acquire credits by passing master's degree exams by enrolling in courses (of the master's degree) as single courses; these are "advance" ECTS credits that can be recognized within the 120 necessary to obtain the master's degree;
  • acquire the attendance of teachings of the master's degree these are "advance" credits that can be recognized within the 120 necessary to achieve the master's degree;
  • acquire credits relating to curricular integrations established by a specific Commission for admissions to the master's degree; these are credits "in addition" to the 120 necessary to obtain the master's degree.

The following constraints are underlined:

  • the total number of credits (passing exams and/or acquisition of attendance) that can be recognized within the 120 credits necessary for the achievement of the master's degree cannot exceed 32; further credits possibly acquired beyond the 32 can be used as extra courses;
  • in any case, the number of credits acquired through "single courses" cannot exceed 80 credits, including curricular additions within this limit.

6.3 Deadlines for admission and number of places available

The master's degree in mechanical engineering is part of the School of Industrial and Information Engineering which establishes each year the number of places available for each course of study.

6.4 Tutoring and students support

Tutoring services are active at the School of Industrial and Information Engineering with the aim of assisting students during their studies. This activity involves student-tutors and teacher-tutors of reference.

Further information can be found on the School website: https://www.ingindinf.polimi.it/en.


7. Contents of the study Program

7.1 Programme requirements

In order to obtain the degree of Master of Science in Mechanical Engineer, 120 credits must be acquired. Those credits may be gained by passing with a positive grade the 12 exams, as indicated in the document illustrating the details of the courses and by presenting a mandatory Master of Science's thesis.


According to Law No. 33 of April 12, 2022, simultaneous enrollment in two programs is allowed. Enrollment in two programs is possible only if they are of different degree classes (classi di laurea) and differ in at least two-thirds of their educational activities regarding academic credits. 

Consistent with what is defined by Law No. 33, at the student's instance, the maximum number of CFUs already taken in the other program and validatable is 40 CFUs for MSc programmes.

Please note that courses belonging to programs of a different level or type from the program you are enrolled in cannot be validated.

Full details on when to apply for validation and the administrative fees to be paid are available on the Polimi website: https://www.polimi.it/contemporanea-iscrizione

7.2 Mode of study

The single courses of the Mechanical Engineering course are taught in a conventional way (lessons, exercises lessons, computer labs, experimental labs, design&review labs) but, when required, different teaching methods may be adopted in accordance with the Dublin's descriptors of teaching objectives.
Class attendance is not mandatory but is strongly suggested.


The teaching is divided into classroom lessons for basic and more theoretical topics, while the more practical aspects are highlighted during exercises and laboratories. For some courses, laboratories are organized for the execution and interpretation of experimental tests.

7.3 Detailed learning objectives

The educational path of the degree course in mechanical engineering is aimed at providing all students with knowledge and understanding of the main disciplines characterizing mechanics.

The master's degree in mechanical engineering allows a wide choice between specific mechanical skills, typically mechanical application areas and other application areas in which mechanics plays a fundamental role. For clarity, the 16 different Pre-Approved Study Plans (PSPA) have been grouped into three macro areas:

Core mechanical competences:

CM1 – Digital Technologies for Product Development

CM2 – Materials Design and Processing for Industrial Engineering

CM3 – Computational Mechanical Design

CM4 – Green Design and Sustainable Manufacturing

CM5 – Production Systems

CM6 – Data Science for Industrial Engineering

Core mechanical fields of application:

FA1 – Automotive and Motorsport Engineering

FA2 – Marine Engineering

FA3 – Railway Engineering

FA4 – Mechatronics and Robotics

FA5 – Mechatronics for Manufacturing

Cross-cutting fields of application:

CC1 – Propulsion and Power

CC2 – Wind Energy

CC3 – Defence and Security

CC4 – Bioinspired Engineering

CC5 – Micro and Nano Systems

For further details and information, please refer to the study course website: https://www.mecheng.polimi.it.


7.3.1 First year courses


Study Plan: Digital Technologies for Product Development

Educational goals

The primary benefit of applying digital technologies for product development is delivering a product that uses the latest and most appropriate technologies to maximize the user experience. Moreover, as user needs and software availability evolve, products can do the same—constantly improving to meet escalating user expectations.

The objective of the track Digital Technologies for Product Development is to train professionals with a systemic approach oriented to industrial product development. From the system architecture's conceptual definition to the life cycle's integrated vision, it aims to train future engineers to proficiently use the enabling digital technologies for information management, modelling, visualisation, and simulation. The track courses, namely covering topics in the design and industrial engineering methods area, also include design and laboratory activities with a fundamental educational role.

First-year courses will enable students to understand digital solutions to address the main aspects of industrial product design and life cycle. Second-year mandatory courses deal with the digital twin paradigm and innovative technologies of eXtended Reality and their engineering applications, leading students to acknowledge their potential. Through elective courses, students can deepen their knowledge in increasingly relevant multidisciplinary fields within mechanical engineering.

Finally, this track offers lab courses where students can apply the acquired knowledge to practical activities on virtual and physical prototyping of products, multisensory interaction, and human modelling and simulation.


1 Year courses - Track: CM1 - Digital technologies for product development


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059229BING-IND/13ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS110,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
45,0
059691BING-IND/15METHODS AND DIGITAL TOOLS FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT110,0
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059239BING-IND/17PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT25,0
059227BING-IND/12MEASUREMENTS FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING25,0
059215BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN210,0
059694BING-IND/15SURFACE MODELING AND REVERSE ENGINEERING210,010,0
059187BING-IND/16DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS AND RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY210,0
059209BING-IND/14FINITE ELEMENT SIMULATION FOR MECHANICAL DESIGN15,05,0
059257BING-IND/14TOPOLOGY OPTIMISATION15,0
059382BING-IND/16ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING B15,0
059210BING-IND/08COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS - FUNDAMENTALS25,0
075820BING-IND/15REVERSE ENGINEERING25,0
059254BING-IND/15SURFACE MODELING FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS25,0
059383BING-IND/16QUALITY DATA ANALYSIS B25,0
097327BING-IND/17PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT25,0
059256CING-IND/21SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS FOR INNOVATIVE PROCESSES25,0
059211CING-IND/35HIGH-TECH STARTUPS: CREATING AND SCALING UP15,0
[5,0Innovative teaching]

The second year of the track Digital Technologies for Product Development track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Materials Design and Processing for Industrial Engineering

Educational goals

Materials are fundamental for all industrial engineering applications leading to revolutions not only of products and processes but of entire societies. Thus, the design of new materials and processes for ever more challenging applications is required. Moreover, sustainability is pivotal for the planet safeguarding and new challenges await mechanical engineers in many industrial fields, i.e. energy production, mobility, aerospace, and production processes. For these reasons, recycling, zero emission processes, and circular economy are the basis for studying materials development.

The students will be trained by trials about practical design of structures and mechanical systems guided by full awareness of material properties.This track will give the attendants the fundamentals of extraction, design, fabrication, environmental impact, performance, and the business principles to successful application, such as speed to market and economic factors. The acquired knowledge will be the starting point for a future career as materials specialist, quality engineering, NDT expert, project manager, sustainability manager.


1 Year courses - Track: CM2 - Materials design and processing for industrial engineering


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
061592BING-IND/09ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES15,040,0
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059169CING-IND/21ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING110,0
059620BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
059189BING-IND/17DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS210,0
059196BING-IND/09ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND DECARBONIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES15,010,0
059263BING-IND/12VISION BASED 3D MEASUREMENTS15,0
059242BING-IND/14METODI SPERIMENTALI PER LA DIAGNOSTICA STRUTTURALE15,0
059256CING-IND/21SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS FOR INNOVATIVE PROCESSES25,0
059181BING-IND/13CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS25,0
059261CING-IND/21SOLIDIFICATION AND WELDING METALLURGY25,0
059388BING-IND/16DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS25,0
059224CING-IND/21MATERIALS ENGINEERING RECYCLING AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT A210,010,0

The second year of the track Materials Design and Processing for Industrial Engineering track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Computational Mechanical Design

Educational goals

Simulation is becoming vital in mechanical engineering, including automotive, aerospace and bioengineering sectors. Effective modelling, can help drive the design, speed up time to production and eliminate costly design mistakes. Moreover, emerging computational technologies, such as topology optimization and model order reduction techniques, are opening new possibilities in terms of mechanical design of lightweight and high-performance systems. They are transforming the way engineers design and develop novel solutions.

By attending the Computational Mechanical Design track, students will acquire the technical skills, methods and principles to design mechanical systems and their components by using multiscale/multi-material/multiphysics computational methods. In fact, the core of the track are advanced numerical tools for computer aided material modelling, (nonlinear) finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics and coupled multi-physics modelling.


1 Year courses - Track: CM3 - Computational mechanical design


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059682BING-IND/09ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR MECHANICAL DESIGN110,045,0
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059173CING-IND/21ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING15,0
059230BING-IND/13ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS210,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059215BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN210,0
059239BING-IND/17PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT25,0
059688BING-IND/14MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS AND FINITE ELEMENT SIMULATION110,010,0
059210BING-IND/08COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS - FUNDAMENTALS25,05,0

The second year of the track Computational Mechanical Design track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Green Design and Sustainable Manufacturing

Educational goals

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the European Green Deal define a path for the future perspective of the planet and its inhabitants, which has become particularly topical in light of the main emergencies (social, energetic and environmental).

One fundamental factor in achieving these ambitious targets is the paradigm shift in product design and industrial production, i.e. to foster the transition to a new generation of green products and circular and sustainable manufacturing.

Aim of this track is the education and training of a new generation of professionals, with skills rooted in mechanical and industrial engineering and specialized in sustainable development and digitalization, which are rapidly becoming one of the first needs of industrial companies.

After successfully completing this track, students will have a holistic perspective combining a solid competence in methods and tools for designing green, lightweight products and systems (e.g. lightweight design of mechanical structures), and for assessing the environmental impacts of products (Life Cycle Assessment), while minimizing their lifecycle impact thanks to an in-depth knowledge of new solutions for sustainable manufacturing (e.g., digital machining, additive manufacturing) and de-/re-manufacturing, (e.g., disassembly, recycling processes and systems reducing the environmental footprint of products and materials). A large variety of complementary courses and dedicated laboratories are also offered to expand the students’ perspective on all the different dimensions of multiple lives of products, to acquire core-competencies and skills needed to drive our economy and society towards new sustainable goals.

The curriculum also offers a set of courses focusing on specific topics, i.e. green design, sustainable smart manufacturing and additive manufacturing. For more details on these paths, please consult the website https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/?lang=en.


1 Year courses - Track: CM4 - Green design and sustainable manufacturing


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
40,0
059165BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES A110,0
059173CING-IND/21ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING15,0
059227BING-IND/12MEASUREMENTS FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING25,0
097485BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
059189BING-IND/17DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS210,0
059241BING-IND/14METHODS AND TOOLS FOR CIRCULAR MECHANICAL DESIGN210,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
10,0
054952BING-IND/16MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING II15,010,0
097314BING-IND/16DE-MANUFACTURING15,0

The second year of the track Green Design and Sustainable Manufacturing track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Production Systems

Educational goals

Production systems are the core of modern industry, including the entire products value chain from products design to services. Different areas characterize these systems: the plant-project area, the design and management of production and logistics systems area, and the manufacturing area.

The Mechanical Engineer with the study plan in Production Systems is a professional with advanced knowledge and skills in the design, management, and control of industrial production processes and systems. Students will learn how to model and optimize production processes by using software tools to analyse data and how use automation and robotics in production systems. Moreover, they will learn and experience, in specific laboratory activities, the impact of digitalization. Finally, they will be able to use, design and optimize production processes, and manage production and logistics systems in industrial facilities while being coherent with the requirements due to a sustainable production.

Consistent with this approach, the following topics will be addressed:

  • the planning of complex industrial projects, layout design and feasibility studies in the plant-project area,
  • the production and logistics management, maintenance and industrial asset management, industrial technologies and systems in the design and management of production and logistics systems area,
  • the design and supervision of integrated production systems, industrial quality management and optimal design of manufacturing processes in the manufacturing area.

1 Year courses - Track: CM5 - Production systems


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059198BING-IND/09ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES15,040,0
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059165BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES A110,0
059189BING-IND/17DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS110,0
059181BING-IND/13CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS25,0
097485BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
097480BING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL PLANTS A210,010,0
059596BING-IND/17ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT210,0
054201BING-IND/16MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING110,010,0
059187BING-IND/16DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS AND RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY210,0

The second year of the track Production Systems track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Data Science for Industrial Engineering

Educational goals

The pervasive use of data in mechanical and industrial engineering paves the way to a paradigm shift in product, process and service lifetime, from design to manufacturing and qualification, from usage to maintenance and end-of-life/recycle/reuse.

This track is designed to provide students with a solid knowledge of the most advanced tools and methodologies for data science to improve their vertical knowledge on engineering problem domains with the final goal of enhancing students’ skills in problem setting and problem solving when real and complex challenges need to be faced.

The track is designed to combine courses focusing on data acquisition and modelling and statistical learning with courses focusing on product design, process and product improvement, manufacturing and maintenance. A multidisciplinary attendance from students in mathematical engineering and mechanical engineering is expected. The final laboratory is designed to let student enjoy an interdisciplinary hands-on experience on data exploration and analysis for real problem solving.


1 Year courses - Track: CM6 - Data science for industrial engineering


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059198BING-IND/09ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES15,040,0
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059165BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES A110,0
059189BING-IND/17DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS110,0
059181BING-IND/13CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS25,0
097485BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
059187BING-IND/16DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS AND RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY210,010,0
052498--SECS-S/01APPLIED STATISTICS210,0
[3,0Innovative teaching]
10,0

The second year of the track Data Science for Industrial Engineering track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Automotive and Motorsport Engineering

Educational goals

Almost 150 years after its birth, the automotive sector continues to arouse the enthusiasm of designers and engineers. Throughout its history, this engineering area has always stood out as one of the most dynamic and innovative in the current industrial landscape, evolving to meet safety, performance as well as economic and environmental sustainability needs. On top of this, motorsport represents the opportunity to create, design and test, in an environment that requires extreme performance, new technologies that can then be applied to mass-produced vehicles.

The Automotive and Motorsport Engineering track aims at providing graduates with the technical skills requested by automotive suppliers and car makers. Students will learn how to design both vehicle components and the vehicle as a whole. Knowledge of manufacturing processes, typical of the automotive sector, can be acquired.

Graduates will be able to define the key performance indicators of vehicle components as well as conceiving, designing, engineering, prototyping, producing and testing an automotive system. Hands-on experience will be provided to students by faculty and industry partners.

The curriculum also offers a set of courses focusing on specific topics, i.e. science and technology, aerodynamics and NVH. For more details on these paths, please consult the website https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/?lang=en.


1 Year courses - Track: FA1 - Automotive and motorsport engineering


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059198BING-IND/09ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES15,040,0
059185BING-IND/12DATA ANALYSIS FOR FUTURE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS15,0
059180BING-IND/13CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
059229BING-IND/13ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS110,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059216BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN210,0
059262BING-IND/13VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL A210,010,0
059209BING-IND/14FINITE ELEMENT SIMULATION FOR MECHANICAL DESIGN15,010,0
059225CING-IND/21MATERIALS FOR SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS15,0
059210BING-IND/08COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS - FUNDAMENTALS25,0
097468BING-IND/13NOISE AND VIBRATION ENGINEERING25,0
059220BING-IND/16MANUFACTURING PROCESS AND TECHNOLOGY SELECTION FOR AUTOMOTIVE25,0
059239BING-IND/17PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT25,0

The second year of the track Automotive and Motorsport Engineering track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Marine Engineering

Educational goals

The marine environment presents enormous possibilities for development, the so-called blue economy. However, it is also an ecosystem that regulates global climate and a reservoir of biodiversity. Responsible development of the blue economy requires both technical expertise and understanding of the ocean environment.

The aim of Marine Engineering track is to provide students with a unique set of science-based engineering skills for sustainable development of the blue economy. These competences include knowledge of the physical challenges in constructing offshore installations as well as developing technologies for both surface and underwater systems. In particular, students will learn how to

  • design, analyse, and control propeller/propulsive systems and auxiliary equipment taking into account efficiency and low environmental impact;
  • design, analyse, construct and operate (manned as well as unmanned) vessels and underwater vehicles;
  • install and operate fixed and floating structures subject to different operating conditions through both group exercise and an individual projects.

1 Year courses - Track: FA2 - Marine engineering


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059198BING-IND/09ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES15,040,0
059185BING-IND/12DATA ANALYSIS FOR FUTURE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS15,0
059180BING-IND/13CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
059229BING-IND/13ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS110,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059216BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN210,0
059237BING-IND/01
ING-IND/13
NAVAL HYDROSTATICS AND HYDRODYNAMICS210,010,0
059248BING-IND/02
ING-IND/14
SHIP STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN210,010,0

The second year of the track Marine Engineering track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Railway Engineering

Educational goals

Railway transportation is experiencing a true renaissance in recent years: it is widely acknowledged as the greenest means of transportation and it provides the backbone for moving passengers and freights reducing traffic congestion in large urban areas and intercity routes. It also provides the passengers with an enjoyable travelling experience thanks to short boarding times, fast connection between urban and intercity networks and resilience to extreme weather conditions.

The Railway Engineering track provides the student with a systemic approach to railways encompassing subjects traditionally related to mechanical engineering such as vehicle design, vehicle dynamics, lightweight materials, automation and control systems, together with topics from other areas of engineering such as electrical systems, railway tracks, signalling and communication, transportation planning, asset management. The track also looks at future/disruptive changes in railway transportation such as MAGLEV and Hyperloop.

Graduates from this track will be fully prepared to start their career in a dynamic and rapidly evolving environment, becoming the designers and/or managers of the future generation of railway transportation systems.


1 Year courses - Track: FA3 - Railway engineering


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059198BING-IND/09ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES15,040,0
059185BING-IND/12DATA ANALYSIS FOR FUTURE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS15,0
059180BING-IND/13CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
059229BING-IND/13ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS110,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059216BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN210,0
059260BING-IND/13RAILWAY VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND TRAIN-TRACK INTERACTION210,010,0
059195CING-IND/33ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOR RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION210,010,0

The second year of the track Railway Engineering track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Mechatronics and Robotics

Educational goals

Creating mechatronic systems requires skills from a broad range of subjects. Consider modern passenger cars: they increasingly depend on the integration of mechanical subsystems with a substantial number of embedded computers, sensors, actuators, and communication devices for active safety functions, increased autonomy and new propulsion systems. Other evolving fields are intelligent robots for households and industry. These complex and highly interactive systems pose fundamental questions about their design, physical modelling, optimization and control.

The Mechatronics and Robotics track offers students the integrated and multidisciplinary engineering expertise needed to design, develop and manage innovative and intelligent high-tech products and systems that meet today’s challenges in the most varied fields of application ranging from energy to mobility, from health to the environment.

The track also offers course packages focused on specific subtopics, i.e. robots, mechatronics and vehicles. For more details on these paths, please consult the website https://www.mecheng.polimi.it/?lang=en.


1 Year courses - Track: FA4 - Mechatronics and robotics


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059219BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN110,045,0
059183BING-IND/13ACTUATING DEVICES FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059230BING-IND/13ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS210,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059182BING-IND/12DATA ANALYSIS AND EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION FOR MECHATRONIC AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS210,0
059616CING-IND/21SMART MATERIALS25,0
059179CING-INF/04METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS110,010,0
059257BING-IND/14TOPOLOGY OPTIMISATION15,05,0
059236--MAT/08MODEL ORDER REDUCTION TECHNIQUES25,0
059238BING-IND/13NONLINEAR DYNAMICS AND CHAOS25,0
051822CMAT/09NONLINEAR OPTIMIZATION25,0
059513--MAT/08NUMERICAL ANALYSIS FOR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS B25,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]

The second year of the track Mechatronics and Robotics track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Mechatronics for Manufacturing - Sede di Piacenza

Educational goals

In a fast-changing world, manufacturers must become quicker, smarter, and greener. This goes beyond making existing physical processes more efficient. For this purpose technical figures prepared to tackle this innovation process will be highly requested.

The Mechatronics for Manufacturing track aims at training professional profiles specialized in the design, integration, monitoring and control of complex mechatronic systems (robots, automatic machines, machine centers, etc.) that can use new tools and methodologies for developing innovative solutions both in the conceptual design and in the profitable use in production systems.

The Mechatronics for Manufacturing track covers the broad field of mechatronics related to manufacturing processes and systems. The study of the machine-process interaction, advanced monitoring and control strategies, machine learning techniques, prognostics, as well as the use of smart materials, the development of digital twins and cyber physical systems, eXtended Reality applications, advanced simulations techniques and sustainability in manufacturing are some of the most relevant topics that will be dealt with within the courses. The track addresses all manufacturing equipment, processes and systems, including machining systems, metal forming, robots, non-conventional processes, additive manufacturing processes, etc.

The courses will present meaningful examples from broad industrial applications and companies will be actively involved in the teaching process and in the laboratory sessions.


1 Year courses - Track: FA5 - Mechatronics for manufacturing


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059226BING-IND/12MEASUREMENTS AND INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS110,040,0
059194BING-IND/13DYNAMICS AND CONTROL FOR MECHATRONICS110,0
059609BING-IND/16DIGITAL AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING110,0
059218BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
059249CING-IND/21SMART MATERIALS25,0
059166CING-INF/04ADVANCED FEEDBACK CONTROL DESIGN210,010,0
059222BING-IND/16MECHATRONICS FOR SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING210,0
[6,0Innovative teaching]
10,0

The second year of the track Mechatronics for Manufacturing track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Propulsion and Power

Educational goals

Present and future energy scenarios ask for a mandatory reduction of the environmental impact of propulsion and power generation devices and systems: this action, no more delayable, asks for a deep and rigorous understanding of many topics and for a holistic approach to the problem.

The Propulsion and Power track focuses on fundamental and in-depth knowledge of the operating principles of machines for the propulsion, generation and use of mechanical power, to guide students in the development and autonomous management of engineering projects involving the problems of sizing, design, choice and use of these components.

Technologies of internal combustion engines, fuel cells, batteries and some components of marine and aeronautical engines will be addressed. About the generation and use of mechanical power, strictly interconnected to electrical power, operating turbomachinery (compressors/pumps) and engines (turbines, internal combustion, fuel cells) dedicated to these particular applications will be presented in depth.Particular attention is paid to the fluid dynamics, energy, environmental and sustainability aspects.

The track will pave the way towards a wide number of companies active in the energy field, in the design/manufacturing and operation of engines and turbomachinery.


1 Year courses - Track: CC1 - Propulsion and power


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059199BING-IND/09ENERGY SYSTEMS110,040,0
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
091607CING-IND/21MATERIALS FOR ENERGY15,0
097485BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
059189BING-IND/17DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS210,0
054364BING-IND/08INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES210,010,0
059697BING-IND/08COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS210,010,0
059172BING-IND/12ADVANCED MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR PROPULSION AND POWER210,0
059665BING-IND/13ROTOR DYNAMICS AND DIAGNOSTIC A110,0
059209BING-IND/14FINITE ELEMENT SIMULATION FOR MECHANICAL DESIGN15,0
059231BING-IND/14MECHANICAL DESIGN FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS15,0

The second year of the track Propulsion and Power track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Wind Energy

Educational goals

Wind energy is a leading source of clean power and represents a solid response to the growing global demand for energy services. Its steady progress in the energy market has been driven by years of technological development and scientific breakthroughs, and the wind industry is expected to employ several hundred thousand people over the next few decades.

The Wind Energy track provides students with fundamental tools needed to make power from wind. Lessons held by researchers and operators in the sector will provide in-depth knowledge in the main disciplines involved in wind energy: aerodynamics and fluid mechanics, materials, control systems, electric conversion, operation, and maintenance.

In the first-year courses, students will learn the theoretical basis of the dynamics and energy conversion in wind systems. In the second year, theoretical knowledge will be extended with in-depth classes about various aspects of wind energy and applied in laboratory courses.

Graduated students will have the opportunity to be employed in the wind energy industry and work on the research and development of new technologies, O&M of wind power plants, or provide consultancy services.


1 Year courses - Track: CC2 - Wind energy


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059199BING-IND/09ENERGY SYSTEMS110,045,0
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
091607CING-IND/21MATERIALS FOR ENERGY15,0
059216BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN210,0
059596BING-IND/17ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT210,0
059267CING-IND/31
ING-IND/32
ELECTRIC CONVERSION FROM GREEN SOURCES OF ENERGY25,05,0
059099BING-IND/08DESIGN OF FLUID MACHINES FOR CLEAN POWER GENERATION A210,010,0

The second year of the track Wind Energy track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Defence and Security

Educational goals

In a world governed by uncertainty and precariousness, public and individual defence and security play an increasingly important role in the surveillance and protection of citizens, major events and critical infrastructures in Italy.

To intervene effectively and to successfully resolve potential critical situations, Defence and Security engineers must have specific training that allows them to efficiently carry out the surveillance and protection actions to which they will be assigned.

From this point of view, the Defence and Security track of the master's degree in mechanical engineering aims to combine consolidated technical-engineering skills with non-traditional and little-treated topics in universities, such as ballistics, explosives, geopolitics, cybersecurity, drone applications and risk management. The perspective of the teaching courses aims to be mainly applicative and immediately usable on the market.

The acquired knowledge will be the starting point for a future career as engineering specialist in security for energy, oil & gas and process industry, as researcher and industrial engineer in civil & military defence, as manger in risk analysis and web security, as expert in forensic topics.


1 Year courses - Track: CC3 - Defence and security


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059198BING-IND/09ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES15,040,0
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059169CING-IND/21ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING110,0
059620BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
059596BING-IND/17ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT210,0
052537--ING-INF/05TECHNOLOGIES FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
5,0
097384--ING-INF/05DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY25,0
054443--ING-INF/05SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 215,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
5,0
059204B,CING-IND/14
ING-IND/21
FONDAMENTI DI BALISTICA ED ESPLOSIVISTICA210,010,0

The second year of the track Defence and Security track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Bioinspired Engineering

Educational goals

Nature is a source of efficient solutions and strategies adopted by living organisms for survival and evolution. These strategies have proven to be consolidated and refined over thousands of years during the succession of generations. Thus, nature can inspire endless engineering applications, such as materials, structures, sensors, actuators, control strategies, adaptation and resilience principles as well as efficient use of resources.

The Bioinspired Engineering track offers interdisciplinary, advanced design competencies and critical thinking skills, exploiting the lessons learned from nature and showing how this knowledge can lead to more creative and sustainable engineering solutions.

The professional profile leaving this track is an engineer capable of approaching today’s and tomorrow’s challenges with a broader vision and a wealth of innovative tools and solutions, integrating the skills of mechanical engineering, material science, chemistry energy, control and computer science.


1 Year courses - Track: CC4 - Bio-inspired engineering


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059682BING-IND/09ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR MECHANICAL DESIGN110,040,0
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
059168BING-IND/16ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES B15,0
059173CING-IND/21ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING15,0
059215BING-IND/14ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN210,0
059239BING-IND/17PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT25,0
059685BING-IND/13
ING-IND/15
BIO-INSPIRED ROBOTICS AND SYSTEM THINKING210,010,0
059255BING-IND/12INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENTS FOR BIONIC SYSTEMS15,010,0
059382BING-IND/16ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING B15,0
059250BING-IND/13SOFT ROBOTICS25,0
059616CING-IND/21SMART MATERIALS25,0
059176BING-IND/14BIOMIMETIC STRUCTURE DESIGN15,0

The second year of the track Bioinspired Engineering track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



Study Plan: Micro and Nano Systems

Educational goals

Products and systems we deal with on a daily basis are becoming increasingly complex and smart. Think of the automobile industry, robotic applications, medical services, artificial intelligence, communications and the energy sector, as meaningful examples. The key of this development is miniaturization. In fact, these products and systems would be unimaginable without micro and nano engineering technologies.

The track Micro and Nano Engineering offers a top-level, future-oriented, multidisciplinary education that builds upon the fundamentals of traditional science and engineering, from physics to materials science, from mechanical to electronic engineering.

The goal of the program is to provide foundations for exploring and developing future technologies through research in materials, processes, design methods, and technologies for micro- and nano-scaled systems. The master's thesis will be developed making use of microfabrication and other experimental facilities of Polifab, the micro and nano technology center of Politecnico di Milano.


1 Year courses - Track: CC5 - Micro and nano systems


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
059233BING-IND/13DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS15,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
35,0
059235BING-IND/16SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MANUFACTURING15,0
059228BING-IND/12MEASUREMENTS FOR MICRO & NANO SYSTEMS110,0
059181BING-IND/13CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS25,0
059234BING-IND/14MACHINE DESIGN25,0
059240BING-IND/17PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL FOR MICRO AND NANO PRODUCTION SYSTEMS25,0
059208CING-INF/01FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS210,010,0
059608--FIS/01ELEMENTS OF MODERN PHYSICS110,010,0
059238BING-IND/13NONLINEAR DYNAMICS AND CHAOS25,05,0

The second year of the track Micro and Nano Systems track will be activated in the A.Y. 2024-25. The poster is therefore not yet available.

With the aim of providing students with an indication of the contents of the second year, the table of the courses envisaged is shown below.



7.3.2 Second year courses

In the second year of the master's degree in mechanical engineering active for the A.Y. 2023-24 the pre-reform tracks are still active:

  • ME1 – Production Systems
  • ME2 – Mechatronics and Robotics
  • ME3 – Virtual Prototyping
  • ME4 – Internal Combustion Engines and Turbomachinery
  • ME5 – Advanced Mechanical Design
  • ME6 – Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • ME7 – Ground Vehicles
  • ME8 – Machine Tools Engineering

Production Systems

Educational objective

The Mechanical Engineer with the study plan in Production Systems is a professional with complete skills in the design and management of industrial production systems. This professional is commonly delegated responsibilities ranging from the design of technological processes to the design of industrial facilities and the management of production and logistics systems.

Consistent with this approach, the plan foresees for the second year of the Master of Science courses corresponding to different issues which characterize the professional role: plant-project area, design and management of production and logistics systems area, technology and manufacturing systems area.

In the plant-project area, issues relating to the planning of complex industrial projects, layout design and feasibility studies are explored. In the design and management of production and logistics systems area, issues related to maintenance management, industrial technologies and automation of industrial systems are explored.

In the technology and technology and manufacturing systems area, issues concerning the design and supervision of integrated production systems, industrial quality management and design of technological processes are explored. The organisation of the second year is as follows:


2 Year courses - Track: ME1 - Production Systems


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
051130BING-IND/16INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS18,08,0
051131BING-IND/16QUALITY ENGINEERING ME28,0
057305BING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL RISK MANAGEMENT110,010,0
097319BING-IND/17ASSET LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT110,0
059596BING-IND/17ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT210,0
054205BING-IND/17ADVANCED AND SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING110,0
------Courses to be chosen from Group OPEN------
054201BING-IND/16MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING110,010,0
051132BING-IND/16DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS B210,0
097480BING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL PLANTS A210,010,0
096089BING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210,0
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES12,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
20,0
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE118,0
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES22,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE218,0

Mechatronics and Robotics Study Plan

Educational objective

The Mechatronics and Robotics study plan is designed to provide those cross-sectional skills needed for the design of a mechanical system equipped with advanced technology active and intelligent systems. This means automatic machinery and equipment as well as industrial vehicles and robots. The professional role targeted is therefore an expert and designer in the mechanical sector able to contribute with the skills of automation, electrical and information engineering to the development of integrated and innovative industrial systems.

The organisation of the second year is as follows:


2 Year courses - Track: ME2 - Mechatronics and Robotics


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
097519BING-IND/13MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS AND LABORATORY A110,010,0
097520CING-INF/04AUTOMATIC CONTROL A110,010,0
097521BING-IND/13VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL B26,06,0
097523CING-IND/32ELECTRICAL DRIVES FOR INDUSTRY AND TRANSPORT APPLICATIONS26,0
097499BING-IND/13FUNCTIONAL MECHANICAL DESIGN26,0
057908BING-IND/14STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY OF AEROSPACE COMPONENTS16,0
054362B,CING-IND/13
ING-IND/32
ING-IND/33
HYBRID AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE16,012,0
051140BING-IND/13
ING-IND/14
RAIL VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND TRAIN-TRACK INTERACTION26,0
051137BING-IND/13WIND ENGINEERING26,0
097500BING-IND/14LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN OF MECHANICAL STRUCTURES16,0
097521BING-IND/13VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL B26,0
059389BING-IND/13DESIGN OF ROBOTIC SYSTEMS16,0
097560BING-IND/13NOISE AND VIBRATION ENGINEERING26,0
097525BING-IND/12ADVANCED MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES16,0
097617BING-IND/15HAPTICS16,0
095890BING-IND/15METHODS FOR VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING16,0
097524BING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL PLANTS C26,0
097523CING-IND/32ELECTRICAL DRIVES FOR INDUSTRY AND TRANSPORT APPLICATIONS26,0
097499BING-IND/13FUNCTIONAL MECHANICAL DESIGN26,0
094910BING-IND/13SMART STRUCTURES AND DEVICES26,0
054831BING-IND/15METHODS AND TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC INNOVATION C - INNOVATION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT16,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
058936B,CING-IND/13
ING-IND/32
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES16,0
------Courses to be chosen from Group OPEN (a)------
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES12,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
20,0
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE118,0
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES22,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE218,0

(a) The OPEN group is updated every year before the study plan presentation

Virtual Prototyping Study Plan

Educational objective

The aim of the Virtual Prototyping study plan is to prepare a figure capable of having a systemic approach oriented to the product in its entirety, to the system architecture, the integrated vision of the product development process oriented to the entire life cycle, the effective and integrated use of simulation technologies and methodologies based on the paradigms of virtual prototyping, virtual factory and virtual mannequins.

The Study Plan includes courses in the area of Industrial Engineering Design and Methods which, in relation to the choices of the student, are supplemented by project and laboratory activities. In particular, in the compulsory courses, issues of virtual prototyping are addressed; in the two optional courses, methods, techniques and tools used or usable in such context are presented. The remaining courses are chosen in three different disciplinary sectors, within the characterising disciplines of Mechanical Engineering.

The organisation of the second year is as follows:


2 Year courses - Track: ME3 - Virtual Prototyping


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
097598BING-IND/15VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING (C.I.)110,010,0
059688BING-IND/14MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS AND FINITE ELEMENT SIMULATION110,010,0
097451BING-IND/15HUMAN MODELLING IN ENGINEERING16,06,0
054829BING-IND/15METHODS AND TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC INNOVATION B - PROBLEM SOLVING AND INVENTIVE DESIGN16,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
097450BING-IND/15DESIGN METHODS26,0
097454BING-IND/15COMPUTER VISION AND REVERSE ENGINEERING26,0
051141BING-IND/14METODI SPERIMENTALI PER LA DIAGNOSTICA STRUTTURALE16,0
097451BING-IND/15HUMAN MODELLING IN ENGINEERING16,012,0
054829BING-IND/15METHODS AND TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC INNOVATION B - PROBLEM SOLVING AND INVENTIVE DESIGN16,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
054831BING-IND/15METHODS AND TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC INNOVATION C - INNOVATION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT16,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
055862BING-IND/16ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING B16,0
097457BING-IND/12VISION BASED 3D MEASUREMENTS16,0
051141BING-IND/14METODI SPERIMENTALI PER LA DIAGNOSTICA STRUTTURALE16,0
097450BING-IND/15DESIGN METHODS26,0
097499BING-IND/13FUNCTIONAL MECHANICAL DESIGN26,0
097454BING-IND/15COMPUTER VISION AND REVERSE ENGINEERING26,0
097500BING-IND/14LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN OF MECHANICAL STRUCTURES16,0
055861CING-IND/21FAILURE ANALYSIS E INGEGNERIA FORENSE26,0
057951BING-IND/08FUNDAMENTALS OF CFD FOR ENGINEERING26,0
------Courses to be chosen from Group OPEN------
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES12,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
20,0
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE118,0
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES22,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE218,0

Internal Combustion Engines and Turbomachinery Study Plan

Educational objective

The Internal Combustion Engines and Turbomachinery study plan has the purpose of preparing a mechanical engineer with extensive training in the principles of operation of engines and turbomachinery (i.e. turbines, compressors and pumps), able to lead him/her in autonomously developing and managing engineering projects involving problems of dimensioning, development, selection and operation of internal combustion engines and turbomachinery.

Particular attention is paid to fluid dynamics, energy and environmental aspects of engines for terrestrial and air propulsion, with a significant emphasis on innovative solutions currently being analysed. Power production fluid machines are also deeply studied from both the energy and mechanical point of view. In addition to a solid scientific background in the field of thermodynamics, fluid dynamics and mechanics, applied to engines and turbomachinery, this expert acquires that technical-application content which facilitates immediate employment, with a Master of Science, in industries manufacturing and marketing engines and power plants.

The organisation of the second year is as follows:


2 Year courses - Track: ME4 - Internal Combustion Engines and Turbomachinery


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
054364BING-IND/08INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES110,010,0
054827BING-IND/08TURBOMACHINERY A110,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
10,0
097601BING-IND/09POWER PRODUCTION FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY B26,06,0
091130BING-IND/08COMBUSTIONE E SICUREZZA B26,0
091132BING-IND/09SISTEMI ENERGETICI AVANZATI B16,0
083903BING-IND/10HEAT TRANSFER AND THERMAL ANALYSIS26,0
057951BING-IND/08FUNDAMENTALS OF CFD FOR ENGINEERING26,0
097552BING-IND/13ROTOR DYNAMICS AND DIAGNOSTIC B16,012,0
057908BING-IND/14STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY OF AEROSPACE COMPONENTS16,0
097559CING-INF/04AUTOMATIC CONTROL B16,0
056856CING-IND/21MATERIALS FOR ENERGY B16,0
097450BING-IND/15DESIGN METHODS26,0
097671CING-IND/33ELECTRIC SYSTEMS FOR TRANSPORTATION C16,0
097550BING-IND/13MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS AND LABORATORY B16,0
097525BING-IND/12ADVANCED MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES16,0
097560BING-IND/13NOISE AND VIBRATION ENGINEERING26,0
054829BING-IND/15METHODS AND TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC INNOVATION B - PROBLEM SOLVING AND INVENTIVE DESIGN16,0
[1,0Innovative teaching]
097524BING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL PLANTS C26,0
097523CING-IND/32ELECTRICAL DRIVES FOR INDUSTRY AND TRANSPORT APPLICATIONS26,0
097558BING-IND/14VEHICLE DESIGN (OPTIMAL DESIGN)26,0
097499BING-IND/13FUNCTIONAL MECHANICAL DESIGN26,0
097537BING-IND/14MECHANICAL DESIGN FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS16,0
097657BING-IND/08DESIGN OF FLUID MACHINES FOR CLEAN POWER GENERATION B26,0
055861CING-IND/21FAILURE ANALYSIS E INGEGNERIA FORENSE26,0
------Courses to be chosen from Group OPEN (a)------
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES12,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
20,0
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE118,0
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES22,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE218,0

(a) The OPEN group is updated every year before the study plan presentation

Advanced Mechanical Design

Educational objective

The Advanced Mechanical Design study plan provides the basis to address in total autonomy, with advanced and innovative methods, the design of mechanical components and systems.

The characterising courses of this plan address the methodological and content aspects of the mechanical design process and then analyse in detail (by way of example) the design issues of certain components and systems, as well as the rational use of materials for design.   

The other courses, chosen by the student, complete the preparation and provide conceptual and operational tools and applied knowledge in the field of materials, design quality, machine reliability, experimental mechanics, use of numerical methods in computer assisted calculation, modelling, manufacturing, mechatronics, road and rail vehicles and much more.

The organisation of the second year is as follows:


2 Year courses - Track: ME5 - Advanced Mechanical Design


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
054833BING-IND/15METHODS AND TOOLS FOR SYSTEMATIC INNOVATION I.C.110,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
10,0
097547BING-IND/14MODELLING OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS B16,06,0
051141BING-IND/14METODI SPERIMENTALI PER LA DIAGNOSTICA STRUTTURALE16,0
097550BING-IND/13MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS AND LABORATORY B16,0
097454BING-IND/15COMPUTER VISION AND REVERSE ENGINEERING26,0
057908BING-IND/14STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY OF AEROSPACE COMPONENTS16,0
054834BING-IND/14METHODS FOR ADVANCED MECHANICAL DESIGN210,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
10,0
051141BING-IND/14METODI SPERIMENTALI PER LA DIAGNOSTICA STRUTTURALE16,012,0
057908BING-IND/14STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY OF AEROSPACE COMPONENTS16,0
051140BING-IND/13
ING-IND/14
RAIL VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND TRAIN-TRACK INTERACTION26,0
097552BING-IND/13ROTOR DYNAMICS AND DIAGNOSTIC B16,0
097550BING-IND/13MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS AND LABORATORY B16,0
097525BING-IND/12ADVANCED MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES16,0
097547BING-IND/14MODELLING OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS B16,0
097592CING-IND/04AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGIES AND MATERIALS B16,0
095890BING-IND/15METHODS FOR VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING16,0
097524BING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL PLANTS C26,0
097523CING-IND/32ELECTRICAL DRIVES FOR INDUSTRY AND TRANSPORT APPLICATIONS26,0
059663BING-IND/14ROAD AND OFF-ROAD VEHICLES B26,0
097537BING-IND/14MECHANICAL DESIGN FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS16,0
097454BING-IND/15COMPUTER VISION AND REVERSE ENGINEERING26,0
097500BING-IND/14LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN OF MECHANICAL STRUCTURES16,0
095119BING-IND/14ADVANCED DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS26,0
059664BING-IND/14ROAD AND OFF-ROAD VEHICLES C26,0
055861CING-IND/21FAILURE ANALYSIS E INGEGNERIA FORENSE26,0
057270BING-IND/14FINITE ELEMENT SIMULATION FOR MECHANICAL DESIGN16,0
057951BING-IND/08FUNDAMENTALS OF CFD FOR ENGINEERING26,0
------Courses to be chosen from Group OPEN (a)------
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES12,0
[2,0Innovative teaching]
20,0
052442----THESIS WORK AND FINAL DEFENCE118,0
052444----THESIS PREPARATION: HORIZONTAL COMPETENCIES