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Theses and curricular work placements

Are you are interested in developing your thesis with us? You can send your proposal to us by email at: HRContact. We will assess your project and, if the topic of the thesis corresponds to areas of company interest, we will contact you by email for an in-depth interview. If the outcome is positive, a learning pathway will be set up and a company tutor identified.
At this stage we will send you an assignment letter and a form to fill in with your personal details, in addition to a privacy information notice and confidentiality clause, necessary to commence the process.
During the study period, in collaboration with the tutor, we will assess the specific value of the thesis with a view to publication and dissemination within the TIM departments from a Knowledge Sharing perspective.
We have always been willing to take on undergraduate interns interested in learning more about specific topics through work placements at our offices, which can represent an opportunity to acquire direct knowledge about the activities and working practices.

Thesis topics:

  • Internet of Things
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cybersystems, Robotica
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Big Data & Personal Data
  • Smart Spaces & Mobile Interactions
  • SDN Cloud Services
  • User Experience
  • Design Thinking
  • Business Innovation

Partnership

We plan initiatives in partnership with the main Universities that contribute to the development in young people of skills that are qualifying and relevant for the company's business and for entering the world of work.
What are our aims? 
  • to promote the achievement of the “third mission” through the generation of cutting-edge research and setting out ways in which knowledge can truly be given economic value,
  • to facilitate dissemination in the company, production system and social fabric of new knowledge produced within the university world
  • to co-design innovative undergraduate courses with the main universities useful for learning new skills,
  • to make our know-how available to complete the training of young people.
How can we do so?
We identify the profiles and strategic new skills to be learnt or developed, with both business and social impacts
  • we enable classroom teaching for our people,
  • we set up new initiatives to create added value in the ecosystem of reference,
  • we monitor the effectiveness of the initiative.

Research doctorates

We innovate the business model and processes through partnerships with research bodies and excellence in the university world, helping to drive research at national level.

What are our aims?

  • to implement innovative research projects with “industrial” logic,
  • to train and attract young talent,
  • to develop new skills in order to develop the company’s business.

How can we do so?

A specific PhD Committee periodically guides the activities through:

  • the selection, guidance and monitoring of research topics of strategic interest for the business,
  • updating in constant synergy with the departments involved and with the external ecosystem of reference,
  • sharing the objectives and results achieved.

Topics for research doctorates

  • Internet of Things,
  • Artificial Intelligence,
  • Cybersystems, Robotics,
  • Health & Wellbeing,
  • Big Data & Personal Data,
  • Smart Spaces & Mobile Interactions,
  • SDN Cloud Services,
  • User Experience,
  • Design Thinking,
  • Business Innovation,
  • Welfare,
  • Knowledge Management
  • Master in Big Data (Tor Vergata University, Rome) which will be entirely dedicated to train new professionals with solid and innovative skills with the aim of creating a new professional role, that of Data Scientist.
  • Master in Digital Life and Smart Living (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa (St. Anna School of advanced studies of Pisa)): focused on advanced technical knowledge (for ICT, photonics, perception, robotics and biorobotics technologies) and the skills necessary to drive a strong and sustainable transition towards “smart services”
  • Master in Inventive Engineering (La Sapienza University, Rome) focused on cross-cutting knowledge related to the technological development of new products and enhanced by lectures conducted by the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
  • Management, Innovation and Service Engineering – MAINS (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa (St. Anna School of advanced studies of Pisa)) focused on the management of innovation processes in the service economy with the aim of training professionals able to increase the competitive capacity of enterprises leveraging the interaction between services and innovation.
  • Master in ICT Innovation: designing and managing new generation services and cloud computing with the Federico II University of Naples
  • Master in Business Innovation & ICT Management at the MIP Polytechnic of Milan
  • Master in Innovation for networks and services in the ICT sector at the Polytechnic University of Turin