Future of Automotive for Intelligent Mobility
The Future of Automotive for Intelligent Mobility School is an intensive training opportunity sponsored by MUNER and aimed at introducing young professionals to some of the most advanced trends in the automotive sector.
It is a further step in the MUNER educational ecosystem, an intensive educational opportunity aimed at exposing young professionals to cutting-edge trends and knowledge pillars that will shape the automotive industry in the medium/long term.
This programme focuses on fostering the skills and attitudes needed for young engineers to contribute to an unprecedented paradigm shift in the industry. This unique experience offers 55 participants an intensive two-week period of 90 hours of classroom sessions, delivered by innovation-focused professors and professionals from the world’s leading automotive companies.
Offer: 45 seminars totalling 90 hours taught
Target: Graduate students, PhD students
Duration: Two week-programme (from November 13 to December 1, 2023)
Location: The programme is delivered online
Activities: 90 hours of online seminars
Participants: The number of participants is limited to 55
Registration: Registration is online only and must be confirmed by immediate payment
Selection criteria: Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis
Important remarks: By registering you will get online access to the seminars in which you will be able to listen and interact with the lecturer. Classes are recorded and you will also have exclusive access to recordings for three months after the end of the School.
Fee: Thanks to the funding of Regione Emilia Romagna, the fee for the 2023 edition of the higher education school on Future of automotive for intelligent mobility is limited to 85€
“Vehicles of the future will be very different from those running along our roads today. We are approaching a revolution that will make mobility an issue of flexibility, sustainability and intelligence, while still demanding speed, reduced weight and robustness. Even only keeping the pace with what is being developed in this sector is difficult, as innovation will be born at the boundary between different disciplines that have since now worked in different frameworks and with different tools. But young engineers will not only be called to keep the pace. Rather, the companies and the whole society will ask them to contribute with their talent to a change of paradigm unprecedented in the field: new materials, innovative powertrains, novel manufacturing and maintenance paradigms, on-board and connected intelligence, driver assistance, autonomous driving, fleet management, and much more will hit the process of designing, manufacturing and operating vehicles.”