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Open positions on ICT at the Department of Engineering “Enzo Ferrari” - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - UNIMORE (Italy) - DEADLINE 28/7/22!

Several positions are available for the PhD Course in "Information and Communication Technologies" - ICT ( at the Department of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari" of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - UNIMORE (Italy) on advanced research topics in the fields of Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunications and Automation Control.

We are looking for motivated candidates will to undertake challenging but rewarding research projects. The minimum duration of the course is three years and the call for applicants is available at The deadline for applications is 28/07/2022, 1:00 PM (Italian time, CEST).

The programme is organized in three curricula: Computer engineering and science; Electronics and telecommunications; Industrial Applications of ICT. The latter is part of the Doctoral School E4E - "Engineering for Economics - Economics for Engineering". Research areas and topics are described at

The PhD course avails itself of a board of prestigious international advisors. The activity entails a minimum four months stage in laboratories of foreign research institutions or Universities. Please take a look at our site ( and the testimonials of our PhDs who have acquired prestigious academic and working positions.
Feel free to forward this email and information to colleagues and potential applicants.

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Prof. Sonia Bergamaschi
ICT Doctorate Coordinator

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Federico Leva receives an IEEE Nanotechnology Council Travel award for participation to the 2022 IEEE NANO Conference

Modena 21.6.2022

One of the students of the International Ph.D. school in ICT, Federico Leva, will receive an IEEE Nanotechnology Council Travel Award in support of its participation to the 2022 IEEE NANO Conference. At the Conference Federico Leva will present the latest results of his research entitled "A simulation study of FET-based nanoelectrodes for active intracellular neural recordings" where he shows how advanced multiscale multiphysics simulation platforms can be effectively used to investigate the transduction mechanisms at the basis of neural signal recordings for neuroscience studies.


Ruben Asanovski wins the "Androula Nassiopoulou" Best paper award of the SINANO Institute at the 2022 EUROSOI-ULIS Conference

Modena 17/06/2022

Ruben Asanovski, PhD student of the International Ph.D. school in ICT, has been awarded the "Androula Nassiopoulou" Best paper award of the SINANO Institute at the 2022 EUROSOI-ULIS Conference" for his research contribution "On the accuracy of the formula used to extract trap density in MOSFETs from 1/f noise". performed under the co-supervision of Prof. Luca Selmi (UniMORE) and Prof. Pierpaolo Palestri (UniUD). The prize consists of a Medal (Sinano Institute/EUROSOI-ULIS logos) and a 300€ Award, which will be conferred at the forthcoming EUROSOI-ULIS Conference 2023 in Tarragona, Spain.

The SINANO Association brings together the 25 major European research institutes in the field of micro and nanoelectronics and represents the IRDS International Roadmap for Devices and Systems in Europe, whose studies authoritatively guide the development of nanoelectronic technologies worldwide.

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SmartMO: Smart City, Mobility, and Gender issues Workshop - April 4th, '22

On april 4th, 2022 there will be a one day workshop on
SmartMO: Smart City, Mobility and Gender Issues, sala tecnopolo, DIEF.

The workshop is sponsored by the IDUN project, by NTNU, Norway in collaboration with the ICT PHD school of DIEF, Unimore.

Topics: Smart cities, Smart mobility, Smart waste management, Gender issues, AI, Optimization for smart mobility, IOT

You can find the detailed description of the event and the program here.
Please enroll to the event by registering (free ticket) here (both on line or in presence).

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Francesco Montorsi
Software Engineer, Empirix Italy Spa
My current role: Development of high-performance systems for the analysis of 2G/3G/4G/5G mobile core networks
Thanks to my PhD I exercised my ability to analyze complex statistical problems, propose a model for them and then possible solutions.