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European Masters Program in Software Engineering




Today software permeates any aspect of our life reaching the mass with sophisticated systems like Global Positioning System (GPS), life-critical like Nuclear Reactor Control systems (NRC), or business-essential like Enterprise Resource systems (ERP). For this reason the quality of software and software services, in terms of reliability, safety, and security is of paramount importance.
Software Engineering (SE) studies the development and maintenance of high quality software in a systematic, controlled and efficient manner. SE applies the principles of computer science and mathematics to achieving cost-effective solutions to software problems in the development, operation, and maintenance of software.

=> Software engineers face new challenges !!!!! 

The Faculty of Computer Science at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (FUB) in Italy (in the heart of the Dolomites mountains in South Tyrol), in collaboration with the departments of Computer Science of Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) in Sweden and University of Kaiserslautern (UNIKL) in Germany is offering the
             European Master Course in Software Engineering (EMSE). 
a 2-year international master program, completely taught in English, that aims at being the most knowledgeable 2-year 120 ECTS MSc program in Europe that awards a degree in Software Engineering and preparing world-class students for both a research and a professional career in SE.
For more information, application deadlines, scholarship offered, and subnmission procedure, please visit the EMSE website:




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ENergy-Aware CompuTing

The goal of the project is to define specifications for the design of energy-aware software (that specifically concerns about the energy consumption, i.e., “green software”). The project will be characterized in terms of energy performance at application level, based on the implementation of platform-independent metrics

Please click here to read more about EN-ACT.

Adaptive InfRasTructures for DECentralized Organizations
The main goal of the Art Deco project is: to identify the basic determinants affecting the establishment of reliable and effective network, which maximizes the level of confidence of enterprises, by distinguishing between knowledge that can be shared and protected knowledge.
Please click here to read more about ArtDeco. 

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