Program overview

The PhD student will be mainly engaged in courses offered by the Faculty of IMT. A group of core modules covers basic interdisciplinary skills in the field of digital transformation, enabling digital technologies for Enterprise 4.0, and on innovation. These are accompanied by additional specialist courses, to develop the skills required by the research project. The doctoral path requires the doctoral student to attend a minimum of 150 hours of intensive courses, taken preferably during the first year of the program. 

The program portfolio features the following interdisciplinary core courses on innovation and eneabling digital technologies, such as:

Those courses are complemented by a range of elective advanced courses in engineering, economics and management science, informatics, automation, cultural heritage, and neuroscience, depending upon the individual project topic:

Long seminars on soft skills are also offered:

Teaching is carried out by distiguished professors and researchers of the following research units of the School: AXES, LYNX, MOMILAB, MUSAM, SYSMA, NETWORKS, DYSCO

Regular seminars offered by researchers from all around the world and by internal faculty members will complement the coursework.