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On December 15, 2015, and on January 26, 2016, the University of Genoa (UNIGE, Italy) and University of Technology in Compiègne (UTC – Sorbonne Universités, France) have respectively signed an agreement for the activation of a common curriculum of studies named "European Master in Engineering for Complex and Interacting Systems " (EMECIS).
A new 5-year agreement (2019-2023) is being signed by the rectors of the two universities.
Students registered in EMECIS will attend studies to get a final double joint title: Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria Informatica (LMII, Italian class LM32 at UNIGE) and Master in Complex and Interacting Systems (MSCI at UTC – Sorbonne Universités).
This agreement defines all the training, management and economic aspects.


EMECIS is a course of study which aims at training engineers to become specialists in the field of complex and interacting systems, such as, for example, various interacting systems present in transportation domain, and in processes related to industrial safety in the autonomous driving.
See Study programme annex for information on the EMECIS courses.


Students may apply for enrolment if regularly registered to either LMII-UNIGE or MSCI-UTC. In academic year 2019-2020, 3 students (and however no more than 5) will be selected among the students enrolled at LMII-UNIGE and the same number will be selected among the students enrolled at MSCI-UTC.
See “how to register” section for details and deadlines regarding the selection procedure.