AI: Udine-Klagenfurt, Today’s Top Graduates in Cyber ​​Security – Science and Technology – New Europe

AI: Udine-Klagenfurt, Today’s Top Graduates in Cyber ​​Security – Science and Technology – New Europe
(ANSA) – UDINE, October 21 – The first of three master’s degrees in “Artificial Intelligence and Cyber ​​Security”, an international English-language degree course offering a joint degree (double degree) from the University of Friuli and the Alpen Adria University of Klagenfurt (Austria), which Provides attendance of at least one semester at the neighboring state university. The three recent graduates, Renato Acampora, Alessio Fiorin and Magdalena Maria Soletro, have already gained admission to doctoral courses in Italy (Udine), Spain (Tarragona) and Austria (Vienna) respectively. Theses in English were jointly supervised by a supervisor from Udine and one from Klagenfurt.

“We are proud of the first three graduates of this Master’s degree course that opened two years ago – as said by the President of the Friulian University Roberto Benton – a joint study course with the University of Klagenfurt, so the title has double value. We are among the first to start it as a degree course Masters, which is one of the steps of development in the field of information technology, which our university is proud of with a solidity of forty years, having started shortly after the founding of the university. ”

“The course – explained by two innovators, Agostino Dovier, the new Delegate for Pedagogy at the University of Udine, and Angelo Montanari, Vice-Chancellor of the University – offers training in a wide range of activities and profiles required by the world of work, both nationally and internationally, such as intelligence professionals. artificial intelligence and/or IT security or software or systems analysts and designers.”

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“It is very positive that the students have research experience at both the Universities of Udine and Klagenfurt – commented Professor Wolfgang Faber of the University of Klagenfurt – so we are also very proud of this collaboration that will also continue in the coming years.” (Dealing).

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