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Plan of study

Cos'è il piano di studi 

Il piano di studi è l'insieme di tutti gli esami che devi sostenere per poterti laureare.

Nel tuo piano sono previste attività formative, tra cui:

  • insegnamenti
  • laboratori
  • altre attività
  • tirocini curricolari

La somma delle attività obbligatorie e a scelta costituisce il tuo Piano di studi.

Manifesto degli studi

"Manifesto degli studi" (Current year degree programme table) contains the didactic offer of each degree programme.
 

Didattica programmata

See the didattica programmata (Degree programme table) for this degree programme.

Fill in the plan of study

You must complete your study plan online starting Monday, October 3, and no later than Wednesday, October 19, 2022.

N.B. The deadlines are valid even if you are a mobility student.

Please read the Notice

 

Access the online service

If you are registered and have paid taxes, you can submit your plan of study.

Access the online service with your credentials and complete the plan.

For further information, please read carefully the following documents:

What kind of plan of study do you need to fill in?

The standard plan is the study plan that perfectly matches to the one proposed in the Manifesto degli Studi.

Once compiled, and eventually made the selection for the units of your choice, all you need to do is select the Confirm button and verify the validity of the operation.

Remember that the Status of the Plan must be "complete", otherwise it will not be correct.

 

If:

  • you intend to enroll part-time
    • 1st category - up to 15 credits
    • 2nd category - up to 30 credits
  • you have made, or are making, a transition/transfer of the Degree Course in the academic year 2022/23 and, after having received the resolution of recognition of your previous career, you intend to compile a study plan different from the one proposed by the course council in the resolution.

you must submit an individual study plan by logging on to the dedicated page on ServiziOnline.

N.B. Remember to complete the process by saving your individual study plan request. Requests that remain in draft form will not be considered.

 

How to request a modification

Further information

For further information, read the Manifesto degli studi (Current year degree programme table) and Regolamento didattico (didactic regulations) of your degree programme, available in the footer of your programme webpage.

FAQ

Courses - Plan of study

No, it doesn’t.

Yes, you must take at least one of the two scheduled courses (Italian language for foreign students brief – 4 ECTS – or long – 5 ECTS).

The course is specific to students enrolled in the program.

If in your Learning Agreement you decided to include exclusively courses offered by Robotics Engineering, then we can accept you, otherwise you can select and attend Italian Language courses offered specifically for Erasmus students by the University of Genoa.

Yes, upon submission and approval by the Coordinator and the Teaching Office.

Be sure to ascertain whether your proposed changes produce an allowed study plan, i.e., in terms of credits of the various types.

You will be able to propose your changes within a specific schedule that is communicated each year.

Actually, from the 2020/21 Academic Year, Robotics Engineering introduces new courses, more geared towards Artificial Intelligence, but to be framed in the context of Robotics. In fact, robots are not just computer systems, but they are embodied computer system having to physically interact with humans and their environment. This poses a few constraints (but also challenges and opportunities) for the application of Artificial Intelligence techniques to Robotics.

New courses include Artificial Intelligence for Robotics 1 (first year, first semester), Artificial Intelligence for Robotics 2 (first year, second semester), Machine Learning for Robotics 1 (first year, second semester), and Machine Learning for Robotics 2 (second year, first semester).

Ancillary courses deal with Artificial Intelligence as well, and these include Virtual Reality for Robotics (second year, first semester), Ambient Intelligence (second year, first semester), and Computer Vision (first year, second semester).

Cognitive Science plays a major role in Robotics, and specifically whenever robots must interact with humans in a socially understandable and acceptable way.

Robotics Engineering captures novel trends in Robotics research, and from the 2020/21 Academic Year features two new courses, namely Linguistics and Philosophy of Language (second year, first semester) and Psychology of Perception and Action (second year, first semester), which adds up to the already existing Social Robotics (second year, first semester) and Human-Computer Interaction (first year, second semester).