Study Plans (curricula) cover different application areas, from Smart Mobility to more traditional topics from the perspective of Smart Planning. Network Resilience is a new and exciting topic in the transport sector and is fully addressed by the available curricula. Choosing an additional minor edge with 10 ETCS of extra effort allows attaining the Diploma Supplement of Smart Infrastructures Developer.
Study Plans Common Subjects
A significant amount of common topics are shared by all curricula, ensuring that 65% of the teaching schedule is shared. This is an optimal compromise between a solid common transport engineering culture and the flexibility to accommodate your aptitude and professional vision.
|1||1||Positioning and location-based services||9|
|1||1||Systems and Control Fundamentals||9|
|1||1||Electric Systems in Transportation||9|
|1||2||Intelligent Transportation Systems||9|
|1||2||Machine Learning and Big Data||9|
|1||2||Lab Smart Infrastructures||2|
|2||2||Lab / Internship||7|
Choose Smart Mobility if your attitude is toward digital technologies or if you believe the future of mobility lies in the connection and interoperability of vehicles, infrastructure, and services. We will take you by hand to apply new digital technologies to the transportation arena. Regardless of your engineering background, you will be ready to face new challenges in transportation.
Is your vision to address decision-making problems in transportation through rigorous and up-to-date tools? Learn how to develop and master decision support systems. Apply them to the field of strategic infrastructure planning or service scheduling, or operational management of networks. Become a Smart Planning expert in freight and passenger transport. Choose the Smart Planning study curriculum.
Build your professional skills on Resilient Networks. Physical infrastructures are often old, and the problem of keeping them efficient and safe is a crucial issue. Local failures quickly propagate in terms of network efficiency, with possible disruptive effects, requiring duly analyses and remediation strategies for improving both local and global resilience of transportation networks for freights and passengers.