Other centres

Computer Science Museum
The Museum represents the Computer Science Department's commitment to preserving the memory of the evolution of automatic computation and the machines that characterised it, as well as looking towards the future by sharing historical results in technology research and scientists' lives with the next generations.
Computer Science Park
The Computer Science Park (CSP) promotes the technology transfer in all information and communication technology (ICT) fields. CSP supports the creation of spin-offs, as joint initiatives between the Computer Science (CS) Department and companies and territorial institutions. The CSP attracts start-ups by providing an effective environment for expanding their business. The CSP is an effective location for technical offices of medium and large companies that aim at improving the technology level of their products. In the CSP there are currently the following companies: - 3Dflow srl - www.3dflow.net - AltairMed srl - www.altairmed.it - BBZ srl - www.bbzsrl.com - D-Nest Web srl - www.dnest.eu - EDALab srl - www.edalab.it - eVS srl - www.embeddedvisionsystems.it - Julia srl - www.juliasoft.com In the section "Documents Available" there are brochures of CSP and Companies. It is also the Press dedicated to the Computer Science Park.
ECDL Test Centre
The Computer Science Department’s ECDL Test Centre offers services for the major European computer certificates recognised by AICA.

These certifications, representing internationally-recognised standards, provide students with a stronger CV when applying for their first job. In many cases, educational credits (CFU) can also be gained towards the student’s own programme of study (contact the relevant teaching administration for more information).

The certification exams are open to the public of all ages at any education level and may also be taken following self-study with books and/or specific online classes (contact the Test Center for further information).

The computer science courses that are offered within some university programmes, even if they are oriented towards preparation for the ECDL, are completely independent from the exam and are therefore not recognised as an alternative or equivalent of the professional certification exam that must be taken at an AICA accredited Test Center.