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Researcher and specialist in basic computer science research. Functions: junior researcher associated with academic research groups, or laboratories of public and private bodies. Skills: in-depth awareness of the fundamentals of one's discipline and of the problems that characterize it with respect to the other sciences. Ability to elaborate and communicate original ideas in the field of basic computer science, in particular relating to the mathematical, logical and statistical foundations of computation, design and analysis of algorithms in abstract and, depending on the paths followed during the degree course, in different disciplinary areas. Opportunities: in public and private research institutions, as well as in high-tech companies that develop new methodologies and innovative systems. Continuation of the course of studies with third level training.
Application and system software analyst and designer. Functions: high responsibility roles in the public or private sector with respect to the coordination, management and control of medium-large computer systems projects. Autonomous professional activities. Skills: mastery of different programming paradigms and languages, of the analysis and specification of requirements in software engineering, in the synthesis of programs, in the verification of the absence of errors within programs, in the verification of correctness with respect to the specifications. Control of the use of resources in sequential, object-oriented, concurrent and distributed environments. Knowledge of the methodologies and architectures relevant to the different areas of traditional IT as well as to the sectors of multimedia publishing, graphics and unconventional interaction, mobile and pervasive computing, social computing, web analytics and digital marketing. Opportunities: in manufacturing companies in the areas of IT systems and networks, in high-tech companies that develop or use new innovative IT methodologies and systems, and in companies and public and private organizations which use complex IT systems to manage their data and processes.
System analyst. Functions: roles of high responsibility in the analysis and management of medium-large IT systems. Generally the perspectives are mainly in the technological field, but having particular management skills the graduate can attain high management roles even in different areas. Skills: knowledge of the most advanced technologies to adapt them to business objectives, with particular reference to: operating systems and network infrastructures, internet and intranet applications, the most common hardware and software architectures, the most common organizational and business management models, relational databases, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, the main technological platforms ERP and CRM. Opportunities: all areas of the public and private sector that use information technologies and operate in segments of market such as industry, banks, insurance, logistics and transport, healthcare, public administration, new media, companies of services.
Specialist in computer networks and communications. Functions: roles of high responsibility and wide autonomy in medium-large telematic systems projects. Skills: ability to analyze, design, test, evaluate and optimize the performance of networks and network systems telecommunications. The graduate possesses advanced knowledge in IT sectors such as distributed systems, systems information, security, web technologies; she/he designs advanced systems and applications in innovative contexts, mobile and complex systems; has acquired advanced skills for solving problems and for learning innovative methodologies and technologies. Opportunities: all areas of the public and private sector that use communication technologies and operate in market sectors such as industry, banks, logistics and transport, healthcare, public administrations, new media, service companies, digital marketing.
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