MSc Transportation Engineering and Mobility (TEAM)
Mastering a Changing World
Get ready for new paradigms and technologies
Acquire skills for the next revolution in transportation
Join the leading research team in Italy on transportation
Experiment a challenge-based learning approach
Get in early touch and cooperate with stakeholders
MSc TEAM study programs
The programs are held entirely in English.
Different solutions for your needs
Master of Science, 120 ETCS
your legally-recognised 7th level educational qualification
Minor programs (Smart Infrastructure Developer), 30 ETCS
increase your skills during MSc or if you already have a 6th or 7th level qualification
anticipate your acces to MSc or update
your professional skills
The University of Naples Federico II
The oldest public university in the world
Federico II is the first university in southern Italy with over 40.000 students. The University of Naples Federico II ranked 2nd for Transportation Engineering in Italy and 23rd Europe and in the first 100 positions in the World with 12.893 publications made and 269.656 citations received
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University Departments of Excellence
University Departments of Excellence is a Government initiative (Legge n. 232/2016 – Legge di Bilancio 2017) aimed at consolidating and strengthening, within the 14 CUN areas, the best 180 Departments of State Universities. An annual budget of 271 million euros is allocated to these departments.
The MSc in Transportation Engineering and Mobility (TEAM) is part of the DICEA Department, which stands out for the quality of the research produced and the quality of the development project.
Board of managers
The MSc board of manager
The MSc is managed by some of the faculty member that are responsible of the courses
Prof. Gennaro Nicola (Cino) Bifulco
Coordinator of the board
Cino is a Professor in transportation at the University of Naples “Federico II”, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, he is a member of the scientific committee of the national technology cluster recognized by MIUR “Trasporti Italia 2020” in which he collaborates with the main national players in innovation and production for the promotion of Industry 4.0 in the world of transport.
• Claudio Mancuso
Claudio is a Professor in geotechnical engineering at the University of Naples “Federico II”, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. He is a member of TC 106 – Unsaturated Soils of the ISSMGE. Claudio collaborates and directs national and international established research groups focusing on the mechanical response of soils in both saturated and unsaturated conditions, and the analysis of related engineering structures.
• Gianluca Dell'Acqua
Gianluca is a full Professor at the University of Naples Federico II. He coordinates didactic and research agreements with the University of Belgrade (Serbia) and the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania).
• Luca D'acierno
Luca D’Acierno is an Associate Professor in transportation at the University of Naples “Federico II”, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. He is a member of the Italian Society of Transport Lecturers and a member of the Italian Association of Railway Engineers. He currently collaborates with several Italian public administrations for the definition of public transport plans.
• Stefania Santini
Stefania Santini is an Associated Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, and Information Technologies (DIETI) at the University of Naples “Federico II”, where she leads the Distributed Automation Systems Lab (DAiSYLab: https://daisylab.dieti.unina.it/). She is involved in many projects with industry, including small- and medium-sized enterprises, operating in the transportation field. Her research interests include nonlinear control of nonlinear and cyber-physical systems, and networked control with applications to energy, automotive engineering, transportation technologies. She is currently Associated Editor of IEEE Trans. on Intelligent Transportation Systems. She is also the Vice-chair of the IEEE ITSS – Italian Chapter and a member of the IEEE Technical Committee on Smart Cities (TC-SC).
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