Production, management and use of the electric energy, optimization of production processes, systems innovation and improvement of work conditions in terms of comfort and safety are essential themes for the development and sustainability of modern society.
The master degree program in Electrical Energy and Systems Engineering arises from an original bond between the electrical energy topics (electrical systems, converters, machines and electric drives) and the industrial automation ones (dynamic systems, automatic control) with a double goal:
- To permeate in an interdisciplinary way the traditional teachings of electric engineering about themes like the modeling and the systemic approach for the management and control of devices;
- To integrate the skills of industrial automation students, providing knowledge about static conversion, electrical machines, electrical drives and electrical power systems.
The master degree program is aimed at preparing graduates, who have adequate knowledge about scientific arguments and general methodologies. Further, specific professional competences are related to the subject areas of electric and system engineering, specifically power electronics, electrical machines, electrical drives, electrical power systems, electrical measurements, modeling and systems control. Graduates can find employment in production companies, design firms, management and planning institutions, not only closely related to electric power and industrial automation areas but also to many others industrial sectors, thanks to a preparation based on a system and methodological approach with interdisciplinary vocation.