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School of Engineering - Presentation

  2. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING The School of Engineering Founded in 1876 and one of the largest in Italy, it is a multi-faceted centre of excellence with over 10,000 registered students playing an active role in technological innovation, including the emerging Life Sciences (Biomedical Engineering and Bio-Engineering). It offers 30 programmes, in the areas of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Information Engineering, and places a great deal of emphasis on integrating teaching and research.
  3. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Figures  10,652 Students  30 Courses  4 Departments  7 Ph.D. Schools  258 Full and Associate Professors  144 Researchers  390 Ph.D. Students
  4. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING  Aerospace Engineering Today:  Biomedical Engineering  Chemical and Materials Engineering 13  Civil Engineering 1 -Cycle  Computer Engineering st (Bachelor’s)  Electronic Engineering  Energy Engineering Degree  Engineering and Management Programmes  Engineering of Industrial Processing and Materials  Environmental and Land Planning Engineering  Information Engineering  Mechanic and Mechatronic Engineering  Mechanical Engineering
  5. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING  Aerospace Engineering 16  Automation Engineering  Bioengineering 2nd-Cycle  Chemical and Process Engineering (Master’s)  Civil Engineering  Computer Engineering Degree  Electrical Engineering Programmes  Electronic Engineering  Energy Engineering  Engineering and Management  Environmental Engineering Taught in English  Materials Engineering  Mechanical Engineering  Mechatronic Engineering  Product Innovation Engineering  Telecommunications Engineering
  6. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 1  Building Engineering Single- and Architecture Cycle (Master’s) (5 years) Degree Programme
  7. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING  1st -Cycle (Bachelor’s) Degree 2 in Human Movement Sciences Inter-School Degree Programmes with the University’s Medical School  2nd-Cycle (Master’s) Degree in Preventive and Adapted Physical Activity
  8. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 1  2nd-Cycle (Master’s) Degree Inter-University Clinical Engineering Degree Programme with the University of Trieste
  9. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING  Civil, Architectural and Environmental 4 Engineering (including: Architecture, Urban Planning and Survey; Structural and Depart- Transportation Engineering; Hydraulic, Maritime, ments Environmental and Geotechnical Engineering)  Industrial Engineering (including: Engineering Physics; Electrical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Innovation in Mechanics and Management; Chemical Engineering Principles and Practice; Engineering Chemical Processes)  Information Engineering  Management and Engineering
  10. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 7  Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences Ph.D.  Industrial Engineering Schools  Information Engineering  Management Engineering and Real Estate Appraisal  Materials Science and Engineering  Product Innovation and Mechatronic Engineering  Space Measures, Sciences and Technologies
  11. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING T.I.M.E. - Top Industrial Managers for Europe  The University of Padova is member of T.I.M.E. (Top Industrial Managers for Europe), a network of 55 leading Engineering Schools & Faculties and Technical Universities which offers, through a system of voluntary bilateral agreements between its members, promotion and recognition of academic excellence and relevance to the international labour market in the form of Double Degrees in Engineering and related fields.
  12. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Outstanding Training Projects  Winter School in Sports Engineering: Our Dept. of Industrial Engineering yearly organizes this Winter School in the Dolomites in collaboration with ISEA (International Sports Engineering Association) and Chemnitz University of Technology. The School provides the participants with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of and expertise in ski, snowboard, cross-country ski and other Winter sport disciplines. It combines theoretical lectures read by expert Professors active in the field of Sports Engineering, technical sessions with hands‐on approach to the application and use of sensors and systems for Winter sport equipments, and field test sessions on the slopes, where equipments and Data Collection Systems are used, by taking advantage of the seasonal snow and unique environment of Cortina d'Ampezzo’s valley.
  13. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Outstanding Research Projects (1/5)  Race Up Team: The University of Padova has got its own team in the Formula SAE, a student car design and racing competition organized by SAE International (formerly Society of Automotive Engineers). Padova’s racing car that participated in the 2006 championship was entirely designed, planned and built by a team of Professors and students of our Dept. of Industrial Engineering, and ranked first for project quality among the Italian Universities. Our Team has also got the first prize for its Business Plan Presentation on the Hockenheim Circuit (2009), and the prize for “Best New-Comer Team” on the Silverstone Circuit (2010).
  14. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Outstanding Research Projects (2/5)  Project R3: The University of Padova’s Project R3 team takes part in the “Mille e Una Vela per l'Università" (One Thousand and One Sailing Boats for University) race cup, a scientific sports competition requiring students to design and build a sailing boat of limited size with accessible technologies, as well as limitations of cost and choice of materials. The ultimate goal is an inter- University regatta taking place in September. Our team joined the competition in 2008 and since that very first experience it has placed third, second and then won the regatta in 2010.
  15. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Outstanding Research Projects (3/5)  RoboCup: Our Dept. of Information Engineering participates in RoboCup, an international robotics competition founded in 1993 with the aim of creating, by 2050, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot soccer players able to win a soccer game against the winner of the most recent World Cup, complying with the official rule of the FIFA. The intention is to promote research and education in the field of artificial intelligence.  Padova on Titan: Italian science and technology have reached Saturn inside the Huygens probe. Padova’s researchers strongly contributed to this space mission, by creating HASI (Huygens Atmospheric Structure Instrument), an instrument used to measure the density, pressure and temperature of Saturn’s moon Titan’s atmosphere.
  16. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Outstanding Research Projects (4/5)  Mole Ground Demonstrator for Mars Exploration: Our researchers have created the “Mole”, a device for detecting forms of life on Mars. The “Mole” derives its name from its ability to burrow to a depth of 100 metres beneath the crust of the planet.  Quantum Information and Planetary Quantum Communication: The paper on the creation of a 144-km terrestrial quantum channel was rated one of Nature magazine’s best 20 in 2007. The experiment was carried out by a European team with the participation of the University of Padova, the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics Garching. Our Dept. of Information Engineering proposed the creation of a quantum channel between a satellite source in Space and a receiver on Earth. This channel promises to be quite interesting, for safe intercontinental communications and teleportation in Space.
  17. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Outstanding Research Projects (5/5)  The Shortest Artificial Event: In 2006 the record for the shortest artificial event ever realised was lowered by an ultraviolet radiation impulse with a duration of 130 attoseconds (130 billionths of a billionth of a second). The result, published in Science magazine, was obtained by an Italian research team including our Dept. of Information Engineering, that built the appropriate optical and spectroscopic systems. For the first time researchers succeeded in obtaining an impulse with a duration shorter than the Bohr time, that is the time required by an electron to orbit the nucleus of an atom.
  18. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Exchange and Co-operation Agreements with: Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, U.K. Afghanistan, China, India, Japan, Nepal Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Sudan, Tunisia Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, U.S.A. Australia
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  21. - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING School of Engineering University of Padova Lungargine del Piovego, 1 35131 Padova (ITALY) E-mail: Website: