Ogni modulo equivale a 3 crediti ECTS. È possibile scegliere un totale di 10 moduli/30 ECTS nelle seguenti categorie:
- 12-15 crediti ECTS in moduli tecnico-scientifici (TSM)
I moduli TSM trasmettono competenze tecniche specifiche del profilo e si integrano ai moduli di approfondimento decentralizzati.
- 9-12 crediti ECTS in basi teoriche ampliate (FTP)
I moduli FTP trattano principalmente basi teoriche come la matematica, la fisica, la teoria dell’informazione, la chimica ecc. I moduli ampliano la competenza scientifica dello studente e contribuiscono a creare un importante sinergia tra i concetti astratti e l’applicazione fondamentale per l’innovazione
- 6-9 crediti ECTS in moduli di contesto (CM)
I moduli CM trasmettono competenze supplementari in settori quali gestione delle tecnologie, economia aziendale, comunicazione, gestione dei progetti, diritto dei brevetti, diritto contrattuale ecc.
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The module describes the practical and theoretical framework of Technology Management, and explains the lifecycle and application of technologies and the related tools and activities used in Technology Management applied to practical case studies.
The module is particularly recommended to students subscribed to one of the following specialization areas:
- Business Engineering
- Energy & Environment
- Medical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechatronics & Automation
- Electrical Engineering
- Data Science
- Computer Science
Obiettivi di apprendimento
- Students understand the elements and the application areas of Technology Management.
- Students are familiar with the practical and theoretical framework of Technology Management and understand the importance for innovative operating companies.
- Students learn how companies select and work with technologies.
- Students know how to manage technology throughout its lifecycle phases and understand the influence of technology on profitability and risk exposure for companies.
- Students know how to deal with stakeholders relevant for Technology Management
- Students know how to develop a technology roadmap
- Students know how to contribute to a virtual cross-disciplinary technology management team
Technologies are among
the most important strategic and operational assets of product and process
driven companies. The module deals with managing technologies to enable companies to achieve competitive
advantage and differentiation by sound technological innovation management. The focus of the module is on
management of technology throughout its lifecycle, thus complementing topics
such as Strategy, Innovation, Solutions, Product and Service Management,
covering strategic and operational aspects including technology evaluation, selection,
planning, development/provision, implementation, distribution, exploitation.
Examples of new technologies will be considered in the context of case studies of product/service innovations
and discussed as group work. The module conveys comprehensive knowledge
required for TM, e.g. technology trend analysis, technology scouting and
recognition, technology roadmapping, lifecycle management, portfolio
management, competitive strategies, protection, IPR- and knowledge management,
corporate technology management and technology assessment. Each group will work on a case
study of a real company and producing a technology roadmap as the main final semester project deliverable.
Metodologie di insegnamento e apprendimento
The module is taught by theory inputs, illustrative examples, case studies, discussion of controversal questions and exercises.The concept of flipped classroom is applied where possible. Content is applied in the context of a case-study based project assignment to be developed in a crossdiciplinary virtual team setting. Teams will present content using role-based pitching techniques.
 Technology Management; Dilek Cetindamar, Rob Phaal, David Probert; ISBN 9780230233348.