Study plan

Study plan for students enrolled in the 2023-2024 Academic Year

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 consolidate calculation skills. The choice of significant examples, drawn from applied sciences or from the most common applications, allows to stimulate logical-deductive aptitudes.

Teachers

Chiara Giacomoni

SSD ING-IND/35

Credits 12

The general educational objective of the course is to present the main models and tools for business management. The course aims to provide a conceptual and operational framework of the functioning and conditions that regulate the survival and development of the enterprise. To this end, the course intends first of all to provide a broad-spectrum reading of the interrelationships that the company establishes with the external context and of the governance systems it can adopt to pursue its objectives. Subsequently, the course illustrates the sources of information used by management to evaluate the impact of the company's strategic and operational decisions, also addressing the problem of the decision-making systems through which it intends to ensure consistency between decisions and objectives.

SSD FIS/01

Credits 12

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, deriving from the laws studied.

Teachers

Andrea Baraldi

Second semester

Chemical industry

Credits 6

Management of innovation and creativity

Credits 6

SSD MAT/03

Credits 9

Introduction to the basic concepts and structures of linear algebra, Euclidean geometry and conic theory in connection with their use in other disciplines.

Second year

First semester

Business planning

Credits 6

Computer aided production

Credits 6

SSD ING-IND/11

Credits 6

Gain knowledge of:

  • fundamental principles of thermodynamics,
  • of the main heat transfer mechanisms;
  • fundamental principles of acoustics.

For all three points mentioned, the fundamental objective is the acquisition of the knowledge necessary to apply the basic principles to industrial and civil systems and environmental interest

SSD ING-INF/05

Credits 6

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Second semester

SSD ING-IND/16

Credits 6

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SSD ING-IND/15

Credits 6

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SSD MAT/07

Credits 9

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SSD ING-IND/14

Credits 6

COURSE SHEET BEING UPDATED

SSD MAT/03

Credits 9

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Third year

First semester

SSD ING-IND/35

Credits 9

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SSD ING-IND/35

Credits 9

The course aims to:

  • convey the basic concepts and language of economic-business analysis;
  • provide a unified vision of the structure and functioning of companies;
  • develop the ability to observe corporate phenomena with a critical spirit.

SSD ING-IND/17

Credits 12

At the end of the course, the student must have acquired the main knowledge concerning the structure and operating principle of industrial plants, in terms of: organization and management of the transformation process from raw material to finished product, reliability of complex systems, role of human resources and industrial automation, production flows and layout, ability to measure the performance of an industrial plant.

Second semester

SSD IUS/06

Credits 6

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SSD ING-IND/17

Credits 9

Managing the "production system" simultaneously requires both direct experience gained in the field and knowledge, tools, techniques and models which have theoretical foundations and which can hardly be learned exclusively from the activity carried out in the field.
This course therefore aims to present the main models and techniques that can be used to deal with the planning, scheduling and production control processes, including supply management.

SSD

Credits 3

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