Computer Science
Master course (2 years)

Students representatives

Programme council

The programme council helps you face issues concerning teaching and organization of your course.

Main duties

The programme council:

  • mediates between students and teachers
  • approves students procedures (plan of study, transcript of records, transfers)
  • evaluates the teaching offer
  • approves curricular and extracurricular activities (internships, workshops, conferences)


Francesco Rosasco,

Department council

The department council advises on the activities carried out by the Department, mainly related to the organization of teaching and research.

Main duties

The Department Council is responsible for approving:

  • economic issues
  • students procedures (Erasmus, graduation dates)
  • teaching units
  • exams and graduation dates
  • research projects


Cristian Accetta,
Lorenzo Algeri,
Sofia Bagnato,
Valentina Baruzzi,
Jeff Michael Giliberti,
Priyanka Kugathas,



Mattia Caruso,
Eugenio Alberto Dellepiane,
Susanna Guarnaschelli,
Carmelo Nicodemo Macrì,
Tiziano Miroglio,
Sonia Spinelli,

Academic Senate

It is the University's governing body with political and academic focus: contact us to solve university policy matters and facility management issues.


Main activities are:

  • establishing and amending regulations
  • advising the University Council
  • providing advice on budget and financial management
  • manage and organize UniGe teaching activities


Students representatives in the Academic Senate,


Filippo Bucciarelli,
Antonino Carbone,
Guglielmo Oliveri,
Gabriele Spelta,

University council

It is the University's governing body with political and financial focus: contact us to solve general problems regarding the students tax system and students facilities management.


Main decisions concern:

  • approval of the budget
  • estimating future expenses
  • use of financial and human resources
  • setting taxes and benefits


Students representatives in the University Council,


Gian Paolo Sanguineti,
Simone Botta,