Undegraduate Courses (Laurea Triennale)


At the beginning of the last century, Electronics was the science studying the motion of electrons (initially in vacuum, then in semiconductors). Today, it is a multidisciplinary corpus including the conception, the design, the realization and the characterization of devices , circuits and complex systems for processing, transmission and storage of information.

Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering is a rapidly growing field which provides broad job opportunities. Multiple educational courses can be envisaged at different levels: in Pisa, it's possible to pursue a Bachelor of Science, a Master of Science in Computer Engineering, a Master of Science in Embedded Computing Systems, and a PhD course in Information Engineering. Each of these courses takes into account demands both from the industrial world and from the modern society, combining a solid scientific background with cutting-edge technological skills, tradition with innovation, quality with sustainability.


The Degree Programme in Telecommunication Engineering has the objective of preparing students with a solid basis on mathematics, physics, signal processing, electromagnetic propagation and computer networks. The aim is to have graduates able to understand and employ the scientific methodology, and to enter the work environment.

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering is a dicipline closely tied to Biology, that is to say to the living matter. Knowledge and competences tipical of engineering are applied in the field of Biomedics. The course aims at provide to students the scientific basis relevant to medical applications.


07 September 2018