PhD students celebrate at the end of the yearly Open Labs event at our premises - Cloister of the School of Engineering of Sapienza University of Rome, formerly the convent of San Pietro in Vincoli, a few steps away from the Colosseo


The PhD Course in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) aims at training scientists and engineers to design and develop innovative methodologies towards the design of systems, data processing, modeling, and applications, in the fields of electronic engineering, remote sensing, applied electromagnetics, information and communication engineering, and to conduct original research in these areas.

Students are supported by supervisors, members of the Program Board, and scientific experts, performing highly and internationally recognized state-of-the-art research on the topics of the PhD Program.

Students are individually assigned a specific research topic to be developed during the three-year course. The research carried out in the laboratories of the Department is supported by lectures and advanced educational seminars, taught by Italian and foreign experts. The PhD Program Board also strongly encourages traveling in order to attend schools, conferences and workshops, disseminate results of the Doctoral research, and carry out research in Universities and research centers.

The Doctoral program in Information and Communications Technologies at Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, is committed to educating scholars who will lead in their fields of research. Sapienza PhD graduates in ICT go on to teach at the most prestigious Universities and become industry thought leaders in major industries in Europe and worldwide; they lead research centers and university groups as well as industry teams in the Information Society. Sapienza PhD in ICT covers four broad fields of research:

                             - Applied Electromagnetics
                             - Electronics Engineering
                             - Information and Communication Engineering
                             - Radar and Remote Sensing


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