Live-streaming Presentations of 2-Year Master Courses at DISI

A.Y 2020-2021

6 & 13 May 2020
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In May there will be two live-streaming presentations dedicated to the graduate Master courses of the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science (DISI). 

The events will take place online and are open to all interested students. The presentation will be held by the coordinators of the Master courses. They will introduce the class program and answer your questions. In preparation for the events, we kindly ask you a few minutes of your time to fill in the following form.

Two Events schedule:

Date: 6 May 2020 

Presenting the 2020/2021 Graduate Master in Artificial Intelligence Systems

Virtual venue:   

Dedicated presentation of the Master in Artificial Intelligence Systems [1] and Panel discussion with world industry leaders, entrepreneurs and scientists.

Chaired by Prof. Luigi Palopoli and Prof. Giuseppe Riccardi

17:00     Opening by the University Rector and the Department Chair

17:10     Presentation of the Master

17:25     Interviewing industry leaders, entrepreneurs and scientists

18:15     Open Q&A from the audience

More information about the event and speakers:


Date: 13 May 2020  

Virtual venue:  

16.00: Introduction by prof. Enrico Blanzieri and EIT Digital initiatives by prof. Nicola Conci

16.20: Presentation of Master of Science in Information and Communications Engineering by prof. Nicola Conci [2]

16.30: Presentation of  Master in Computer Science by prof. Enrico Blanzieri [3]

16.40: Presentation of Master in Artificial Intelligence Systems by prof. Luigi Palopoli [1]

16.50 Q&A 

17.00: Presentation of Master in Human-Computer Interaction by prof. Massimo Zancanaro [4]

17.10: Presentation of Master in Quantitative and Computational Biology by prof. Enrico Domenici [5]

17.20: Presentation of Master in Data Science by prof. Claudio Agostinelli [6]

17.30 Q&A

More info:


Contacts: edu.disi [at] (DISI Educational Office) 


Link to the courses:   








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