Internet is shaping today's society. Being connected everywhere and at all times is a must; lack of connectivity leaves citizens unable to be informed, communicate, move, and shop. Internet technology is the enabler of applications that embrace physical and social sensors as terminals, various networking layers as channels, data repositories for storage, and Web sites and apps for capturing users’ interactions. The “Internet Engineering” track provides the opportunity to study these four aspects (sensors, channels, repositories, and interfaces), in order to master the design and development process of a vast number of applications, which are needed by any organization or enterprise, regardless of its size and mission.


Contact Professors: Prof. Cugola - Prof. Capone