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Call For Application

The official call for application for the MAPNET Masters Course AY 2013-2015 will be available soon.


MAsters on Photonic NETworks engineering (MAPNET)


MAsters on Photonic NETworks engineering (MAPNET)

The MAsters on Photonic NETworks engineering (MAPNET) is a masters programme under the European Union's Erasmus Mundus Programme. In particular, MAPNET is a full-time, two-year, international programme offered by a consortium of four universities and with the support of five international enterprises acting as associated members.

MAPNET Consortium

  • Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna - Italy, acting as Coordinator;
  • Aston University - UK;
  • Technische Universität Berlin - Germany;
  • Osaka University - Japan

Associated Members
  • Ericsson Research - Sweden;
  • Deutsch Telekom - Germany;
  • Mistubishi Electric Corporation - Japan;
  • Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd - Japan;
  • National Institute of Information and Communications Technologies - Japan.

MAPNET is focused on the competence related to the generation, manipulation, transport and detection of signals exploiting photons as a support to convey information. This area is currently recognized as one of the most significant within Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the enabling architectures for the future Internet. In fact, the increasing quantity and importance of data exchange and relevant services in next generation Internet requires to utilise in an efficient manner advanced technologies such as data transport over optical fibers.The Masters program consists of 120 ECTS (two academic years, divided into four semesters). Each semester allows 30 ECTS to be gained. The first three semesters are based on traditional courses, lab exercise and laboratory sessions, while the last is based on independent work related to the Masters thesis.

More information about MAPNET can be found here.

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