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Second edition of the Master’s Degree Programme in Advanced Automotive Engineering, applications to be submitted by 21 December

Enrolments are now open for the second edition of the Master’s Degree Programme in Advanced Automotive Engineering , organised by Unimore with the Universities of Parma and Ferrara, and the cooperation of Automobili Lamborghini spa, Dallara Automobili spa, Ducati Motor Holding spa, Ferrari spa, Haas F1 Team, Magneti Marelli spa, Maserati spa, Pagani Automobili spa, and Scuderia Toro Rosso spa.

Applications shall be submitted by 1pm of Friday 21 December 2018.

The study programme of the Master’s Degree in “Advanced Automotive Engineering” includes a first six-month term in common, held at the University of Modena (administration headquarters) and then provides for six different job-oriented programmes hosted at the Universities of Modena, Bologna and Parma: “Advanced PowerTrain - Modena”, “Advanced PowerTrain - Bologna”, “High Performance Car Design”, “Racing Car Design”, “Advanced Motorcycle Engineering”, and “Advanced Sportscar Manufacturing”.

The “Advanced PowerTrain” programme, provided at the two Universities of Modena and Bologna to ensure students the top quality in terms of laboratory experience, including the participation in the Formula SAE initiatives, and the best valorisation of the resources available on the rich regional territory, aims to train engineers to design and engineer traditional and innovative powertrain systems, focusing on their optimisation and control, and on environmental and energy solutions. The teaching contents range from the study of internal combustion engines, electric powertrain systems, solutions for the conversion and storage of electromechanical energy and main powertrain design and production technologies, up to the study of the most advanced control and calibration techniques.

The “High Performance Car Design” programme aims to train engineers to understand, set up and design the “cold” architecture of high-performance road vehicles, through the study of the main aspects of drawing and design, vehicle constructions, vehicle dynamics and NHV, material behaviour, mechanic technology, aerodynamics, thermo-fluid dynamics, automated controls, and electronics and sensors.

The “Racing Car Design” programme focuses on the development of cold architecture of racing vehicles through contents related to vehicle set up, vehicle mechanics, structural calculation with light and compounds materials, and materials for additive manufacturing, aerodynamics and vehicle dynamics. This programme relies on the close cooperation of Dallara Automobili Spa, which makes its experimental laboratories available to students.

The “Advanced Motorcycle Engineering” programme, organised in close cooperation with Ducati Motor Holding Spa, aims to provide a deep knowledge of the various aspects relating to the design and development of a high-tech motor vehicle, both manufactured in series and designed for racing. Still providing mechanic principles, the teachings offer contents that are typical of electronic engineering and industrial design, and relate to drawing, vibration mechanics, mechanic technology, motor vehicle dynamics, design of BEV and endothermal powertrains, and development of driver assistance systems.

The “Advanced Sportscar Manufacturing” programme aims to train engineers to plan, develop, control and manage production systems in the automotive field. The main knowledge areas that the teachings deal with are: process engineering, design of industrial equipment and systems, manufacturing management and optimisation, automation technologies and solutions, industry 4.0 digital technologies, and control process and quality management.

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Articolo pubblicato da: Ufficio Stampa Unimore - ufficiostampa@unimore.it