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International Summer School in Industrial Engineering for Advanced Automotive
The MUNER Summer School in Industrial Engineering for Advanced Automotive aims to improve the training of future engineers, mainly coming from all the curricula activated in the Master’s Degree in Advanced Automotive Engineering, Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering and Electric Vehicle Engineering.
The main objective is to provide students with specialised knowledge in the mechanical, automotive and production fields, tailored to the needs of the thriving automotive industry, which is particularly present in the Emilia-Romagna region.
Through well-established collaborations with industry-leading companies, the School focuses on several key areas, such as the efficiency of production processes, digitization and process control, the development and management of efficient production processes, the management and control of big data, the application of the Industry 4.0 paradigm, and the Design, development, testing and control of innovative propulsion systems and vehicles.
15 days of intensive training.
The program is open and recommended to students enrolled in Advanced Automotive Engineering, Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering and Electric Vehicle Engineering.
In general, the program is open to all students of Industrial Engineering and Information Technology who have a B2 level of English.
The lessons will take place in August.
University Residential Centre of Bertinoro (CEUB, Via Frangipane 6, Bertinoro – FC), which will provide students with board and lodging.
Hands-on sessions and mini-internships planned at Lamborghini and Ducati premises. In addition, experts from Lamborghi, Ducati, Ferrari, and Bucci Composites will contribute to in-class lectures.
Up to 40 participants.
Admission is subject to an assessment of qualifications and an interview.
The lists of qualified candidates will be available for consultation on the website www.unibo.it/Portale/Guida/StudentiOnline.
Dottor Alessandro Lotti, Tutor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme Fee: 2.000 €
Fee: 2.000 €
30 scholarships covering tuition fees will be awarded on the “rank list” basis to applicants who are enrolled in the Master’s Degree programmes offered by MUNER;
10 additional places will be open to all students who are willing to pay the full registration fee (€2,000), with no additional entry requirements other than a three-year degree in engineering, industrial or electronic engineering, or an equivalent foreign qualification.
Programme Director: Prof. Dario Croccolo (email@example.com)
Programme Tutor: Alessandro Lotti (firstname.lastname@example.org)