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Curricula and Scientific Areas

The Course is divided into the following seven curricula:

  • Curriculum 1: Observation of the Universe
  • Curriculum 2: Earth and the Sun-Earth system
  • Curriculum 3: Planetary Sciences
  • Curriculum 4: Astrobiology, Life Sciences and Space Medicine
  • Curriculum 5: Space sensing and instrumentation
  • Curriculum 6: Engineering and satellite platform technologies
  • Curriculum 7: Economics, law and space diplomacy

Scientific Areas

BIO/09 -  Physiology
BIO/10 -  Biochemistry
FIS/01 - Experimental Physics
FIS/02 - Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Models And Methods
FIS/03 - Physics Of Matter
FIS/04 - Nuclear And Subnuclear Physics
FIS/05 - Astronomy And Astrophysics
FIS/06 - Physics Of The Earth And Of The Circumterrestrial Medium
GEO/04 - Physical Geography And Geomorphology
GEO/06 - Mineralogy
GEO/10 - Solid Earth Geophysics
ING-INF/01 -  Electronics
ING-INF/02 -  Electromagnetic Fields
ING-INF/03 - Telecommunications
ING-INF/05 - Information Processing Systems
ING-IND/01 - Naval Architecture
ING-IND/12 - Mechanical And Thermal Measurements
ING-IND/13 -  Applied Mechanics
ING-IND/22 - Materials Science And Technology 
ING-IND/24 - Fundamentals Of Chemical Engineering
ICAR/08 - Structural Mechanics
IUS/01 - Private Law
MAT/05 - Mathematical Analysis
MAT/07 - Mathematical Physics
M-PSI/01 - General Psychology
M-PSI/02 - Psychobiology And Physiological Psychology
SPS/06 -  History Of International Relations