Master of Science Programme in Nanotechnology Engineering


The Master of Science in Nanotechnology Engineering is designed to offer an advanced scientific and professional education focused on the analysis, development, simulation and optimization of devices, materials and processes based on the use of nanotechnologies for several applications in the field of Industrial Engineering.

COVID-19 Phase 3

Covid-19 Phase 3: in-person and online classes, exams and graduation sessions


Lessons in attendance: how to reserve a seat in classroom

Fully-funded PhD positions

Fully-funded PhD positions in Multi-scale Mechanics Modelling, University of Groningen (Netherlands)

Plan 111 Project

Plan 111 is a project started 2006 by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, which established 100 new research and innovation centers to host, among others, 1000 international researchers from the world's top 100 universities.

2019-2020 “Excellence Strand”

2019-2020 “Excellence Strand”

B2 Level Test

In order to verify B2 level for enrollment in Magistrale courses the English Language instructors have organized a Test which aims to assess if students have reached a CEF level B2 in English.


11 two-year scholarships equal to € 4,300.00 per each year (before tax withholdings provided for by the law to be borne by the student and after tax withholdings to be borne by the University) aimed at EU and non-EU graduates