Laurea magistrale in Informatica and networking


The 2-year Master Programme in Computer Science and Networking (entirely given in English) has been designed to meet the growing demand for an emerging kind of professionals with high-level expertise in both a) computer and information science and technologies, and b) communication networking science and technologies.
This expertise is needed in the recent development of the Future Internet domain were parallel and distributed processing is integrated with communication and storage functions. The Master is a “full stack” proposal covering recent development such as Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization that are characterizing deployments such as the “5G” cellular network, the Industrial Internet of Things, Tactile Internet or the Internet of Vehicles and Drones.

The program will presents courses related to the design and implementation of both innovative software-hardware distributed infrastructures, service-based distributed applications and new in-network processing architectures characterizing future networking infrastructures.

From Academic Year 2019-2020 the Master Programme in Computer Science and Networking is run exclusively by the University of Pisa.


The lessons for the A.Y. 2020-21 will start on Sept. 14th.

All lessons will be given online.

The links to attend the different courses are published on (choose “On line lessons” on the top left menu, then “Search” then type the name of the teacher in the form and click on the course name that will appear below after the search).

First year courses are given by (please take into account all times are Italian times, i.e. CEST):

Name of the Professor Course name Link to the streaming platform First lesson (see timetable)
Luca Sanguinetti Digital communications Teams Mon, Sept 14, 2.15pm to 4pm
Gabriele Mencagli High Performance Computing Teams Tue, Sept. 15, 11am to 12.45
Andrea Corradini Advanced Programming Teams Wed, Sept. 16, 2.15pm to 4pm


First year students, independently of the status of their registration/VISA process, may register on the ALICE web site.

The registration on this web sites will grant them some “temporary unipi credentials” that can be used to access the facilities used to stream lessons, while waiting that their official registration procedure is completed.At the end of the registration process you’ll get an email with a link.

After accessing the link, you’ll be asked to change the passwd and after this step you will be enabled to access the streaming platforms used for the lessons.


More info …       Study plan     Working placement     Course intro slides (2019)


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