Camerino is a small hilltop town in the Apennines, in Marche, a region in central-eastern Italy. The town is home to the University of Camerino (Unicam), founded in 1336 and officially recognised by the Pope in 1727. It is currently ranked as the best university in Italy among those with fewer than 10,000 students.
The University of Camerino and its computer science division offer remarkable research and teaching infrastructures and efficient student services. Camerino is ranked first among the small-scale Italian University (less than 10000 students) according to CENSIS.
It provides the following teaching programmes:
- BSc in Informatics – Laurea in Informatica, EQF Level 6, 3 years, taught in Italian
- MSc in Computer Science – Laura Magistrale in Computer Science, EQF Level 7, 2 years, taught in English
- PhD in Computer Science, EQF Level 8, 3 years, taught in English
Part of the programmes may be attended abroad through the strong connections with foreign universities and research institutes the division has.
Laboratories at the Computer Science Division are centres of activities in which teachers, researchers, PhD candidates, industries and students can meet for producing research and innovation. Within Laboratories research projects, collaborations with industries, bachelor and master theses, development of tools and many other activities start and grow.
Among the other labs PROS Lab: PROcesses and Services deals with the development of languages and techniques for the modelling, analysis and development of process-aware information systems and services-oriented applications. Our goal is to push the use of formal methods as methodological and automatic tools for the development of high-quality software development. Our main areas of expertise are formal method and software engineering, with a wide range of applications domain such as smart manufacturing, smart government, smart health and smart city.