Biorobotics

Education

Contact

Director's Delegate to Honor Students and PhD Arianna Menciassi
Tel:  +39 050 883418
Mail:  arianna.menciassi@santannapisa.it
Web:  http://www.santannapisa.it/en/personale/arianna-menciassi
PhD Secretariat Silvia Dell'Oro
Tel:  +39 050 883136
Mail:  silvia.delloro@santannapisa.it

PHD

The PhD program in BioRobotics is a three-year course of advanced studies and supervised research. Students are admitted following a successful entrance examination and, at the end of the program, the PhD degree is conferred to students who have fulfilled the requirements and passed a final examination with thesis dissertation.
The PhD in BioRobotics aims at educating highly competent researchers with the potential to be leaders in this area. The students are educated in a stimulating and multidisciplinary environment, creative and original research work.
Doctoral research projects are carried out in very well equipped, state-of-the-art laboratories and through individual and team work performed under the supervision of a committed full-time faculty. The students investigate how biological systems work from an engineering viewpoint, and make use of such knowledge to pursue challenging research projects aimed at modeling, designing and building novel components and systems for biomedical applications. At the end of the PhD program, students will possess solid scientific and engineering skills, the ability to conceive and carry out original research projects, and an autonomous entrepreneurship spirit.

Phd in Biorobotics

The PhD programme in BioRobotics aims at educating highly competent researchers with the potential to be leaders in this area. The students will be educated in a stimulating, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary environment.  Doctoral research projects will be carried on in very well equipped, state-of-the-art laboratories (in such fields as bio-robotics, micro- and nano-technology, biomimetics, prosthetics) and through personal and team work performed under the supervision of a committed full-time faculty. 

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