Study plan

First year

First semester

SSD MAT/05

Credits 9

The course aims to provide the tools to achieve adequate knowledge of the concepts that underlie mathematical analysis and to develop and consolidate calculation skills. Particular attention has been paid to the choice of significant examples, sometimes drawn from applied sciences, others from more common applications, in order to stimulate logical-deductive aptitudes.

Teachers

Chiara Giacomoni

SSD FIS/01

Credits 9

The course aims to provide the student with the fundamental notions of classical mechanics, thermodynamics and electrostatics. These notions, also illustrated through a large number of examples, will have to allow him to set up and solve simple problems and to understand some fundamental properties of matter resulting from the studied laws.

Teachers

Andrea Baraldi

SSD GEO/05

Credits 6

The course provides the knowledge and skills in the field of basic geology and applied geology which make the student aware of the physical reality of the planet earth and of terrestrial materials (rocks and earth) and which are preparatory to the geotechnical course.

SSD ING-INF/05

Credits 6

The course provides the fundamental concepts of computer science, illustrating the functioning of electronic calculators and introduces the basic concepts of programming.

Second semester

SSD MAT/05

Credits 9

The course aims to increase the knowledge of mathematical analysis on advanced topics.
At the end of the course, the student possesses the necessary skills to solve models formulated in terms of ordinary differential equations and through curvilinear integrals. Furthermore, he acquires the tools to approach differential and integral calculus for functions of several real variables.

SSD CHIM/07

Credits 6

The course provides a solid understanding of the fundamental principles of chemistry and emphasizes the relationship between theory and practical and industrial applications.
The goal of teaching is to develop students' ability to think critically and solve problems.

Teachers

Anna Corradi

SSD ICAR/17

Credits 6

The aim of the course is to illustrate the operating logic of the cad engine to acquire skills in assisted technical drawing, making use of the main design software.

Teachers

Daniele Bianchi

SSD MAT/03

Credits 9

The course represents an introduction to the basic concepts and structures of linear algebra, Euclidean geometry and conic theory in connection with their use in other disciplines.

SSD L-LIN/12

Credits 6

At the end of the course students will be able to express their ideas through spoken and written language. They will also be able to immediately understand the meaning of speech in English, translate texts, and deal with topics related to engineering.

Second year

First semester

SSD ING-IND/10

Credits 9

The objective of the course is to acquire knowledge of the fundamental principles of Thermodynamics, of the main mechanisms of heat transmission and of the fundamental principles of acoustics. The basic principles are applied to industrial and civil systems of environmental interest.

SSD ICAR/02

Credits 9

The teaching aims to introduce the hydraulic and hydrological principles commonly used in the design, verification and management of hydraulic constructions aimed at the use of water resources and the hydraulic protection of the territory.

SSD MAT/07

Credits 9

The aim of the course consists in the construction and rigorous discussion of the mathematical models of classical mechanics.

Teachers

Andrea Sacchetti

Second semester

SSD ING-IND/22

Credits 9

The aim of the course is to acquire knowledge about the main types of building materials and their applications, in order to choose the most suitable materials for specific applications.

SSD ICAR/06

Credits 9

The course provides a basic preparation relating to the main methods of topographic surveying with traditional and modern methods, the treatment of observations, the evaluation of the quality of the results obtained and the planning of topographic work. The principles relating to photogrammetric survey methods, with laser and satellite scanning, and data processing techniques are also illustrated. An overview of the applications in the engineering field is provided.

Teachers

Marco Dubbini

SSD ICAR/08

Credits 9

The course was recently conceived and organized in accordance with the new didactic system, according to the provisions of the university reform. Therefore, bearing in mind the primary need to create a self-contained course, which is also complete from an educational point of view, the choices made were directly suggested by the new professional reality of the engineering graduate. The course intends to offer students the basic knowledge for the dimensioning and verification of structures.

Third year

First semester

SSD ICAR/08

Credits 9

The main objective of the course is to provide the student with the theoretical foundations for the study of two-dimensional solids (plates and shells), developing the knowledge acquired during the course of Construction Science. Each structural model is analyzed with the aim of obtaining the indefinite congruence equations, the elastic bond equations and the indefinite equilibrium equations. Part of the course is also devoted to the study of the stability of the elastic equilibrium of discrete systems and continuous systems. Finally, the theory of plasticity is also covered.

SSD ICAR/07

Credits 9

The course is an introduction to the hydraulic and mechanical behavior of soils and to geotechnical tests in the laboratory. The aim is to provide the basic knowledge preparatory to the more advanced courses concerning the design of geotechnical structures.

SSD ICAR/09

Credits 12

The course aims to provide the fundamental tools for the conception, pre-dimensioning and verification of reinforced concrete and steel structures, in accordance with current Italian (NTC 08 update 15) and European (EC) regulations. The course includes the carrying out of an exercise where to apply the knowledge acquired during the course.

Teachers

Paolo Foraboschi

Second semester

SSD ICAR/08

Credits 12

The main objective of the course is to provide the student with the foundations for the knowledge of the procedures and general tools of construction dynamics, providing the theoretical principles and practical applications of the study of bodies with one degree of freedom, discrete systems with multi degrees of freedom and continuous systems . Concepts of random dynamics, soil dynamics and evaluation of vibrations on buildings will also be introduced. The teaching offer is completed by applied laboratory lessons where students will have to develop assigned design activities.

Eco-sustainable road construction and techniques

Credits 6

Recovery and conservation of buildings

Credits 6

Experimentation and testing of the structures

Credits 6

Top notch Chinese

Credits 6

Environmental risk management

Credits 6

SSD

Credits 3

During the graduation exam, the final exam of the course of study, the student will be evaluated for the disciplinary competence and the acquired autonomous elaboration and research skills.

SSD

Credits 3

The student must carry out a curricular internship, or an experience aimed at completing the university education, by carrying out activities in internal or external structures of the University, in RSM, in Italy or abroad.

The duration of the internship is equal to 360 hours of activity, as foreseen in the educational plan of the course of study.

The curricular internship can be carried out internally at the University (internal internship) or externally in public or private bodies, at the student's choice, subject to approval by the Academic Coordinator for Internships.