Job Opportunities

The expertise of graduate Electronics Engineers is essential in the fields of innovation and development of production, advanced design, planning and programming, management of complex systems, in manufacturing and service companies, and in public administrations.

Graduate Electronics Engineers are typically employed by companies that design and manufacture electronic and optoelectronic components, equipment and systems; manufacturing industries, public administrations and service companies, which apply technologies and electronic infrastructures for the treatment, transmission and use of signals in the civil, industrial and information fields. They can be employed also in higher education and research institutions, such as Universities, CNR and public or private laboratories.

The graduate Electronics Engineer is able to:

  • identify new application contexts for analog and digital electronic devices and systems, even highly complex;

  • direct laboratories with high technological content;

  • conduct research and development activities for companies and research institutions that are interested in the development of new electronic circuits and systems;

  • analyze and characterize the latest generation electronic devices, conceiving their inclusion in a complex electronic system;

  • design and verify electronic circuits and systems even in the presence of restrictive specifications, through the use of CAD systems, simulators and measurement and data acquisition instruments;

  • adopt innovative solutions in the hardware-software design of complex electronic systems, including System-On-Chip solutions;

  • analyze and evaluate the performance of an electronic system even of high complexity;

  • use scientific software and programming languages applied to numerical computation, process simulation and optimization, data analysis and presentation;

  • apply innovative methods in solving problems using a variety of numerical, analytical, computational modeling and experimentation methods.

In these jobs, the graduate Electronics Engineer must:

  • analyze the behavior of complex electronic systems and evaluate their performance;

  • define and design electronic systems, circuits and components, consciously making technological and methodological choices aimed at optimizing their performance;

  • organize and manage production, design, maintain and use electronic systems;

  • operate competently in all application sectors that require the use of electronic systems or components, acting effectively in highly multidisciplinary contexts;

  • favor and manage innovation, promoting the evolution and the development of information technologies in general and the electronics in particular.