Computer Science and Technology

Computer Science and Technology

The educational offering in the Area of Computer Science covers all academic levels by offering four Bachelor’s Degree Programmes in Computer Science, Computer Science for Digital Communication, Music Technology and Information Systems Security (also offered online), and two Master’s Degree Programmes in Information Technology and IT Security. 

The Department of Computer Science also participates in the Master's Degree Programme in Data Science and Economics - in collaboration with the Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods, as well as in the Bachelor's Degree Programme in Science and Technology for the study and preservation of cultural heritage and in support of the media, and in the Master's Degree in Sciences regarding the preservation and diagnostics of cultural relics.

President of the Managing Committee
Prof. Giovanni Pighizzini

TOLC 2020 – Apply to sit the test remotely with the University of Milan

View the schedule for dates available for the TOLC@CASA test proposed by the University, and sit remotely the tests required by most of our undergraduate and single-cycle degree programmes.

Learn more:

Coronavirus: Teaching, exams and graduation sessions continue remotely until 31 July

For updates on lessons, exams, graduation sessions, traineeships, internships and study abroad, read the notices on this site and on the Ariel sites, consult the Study section pages and check your institutional mailbox ( regularly.

Educational offering a.y. 2020/2021
A.Y. 2020/2021
Computer Science
A.Y. 2020/2021
Computer Science for New Media Communications
A.Y. 2020/2021
Computer Systems and Networks Security
A.Y. 2020/2021
Computer Systems and Networks Security - online
A.Y. 2020/2021
Music Information Science
A.Y. 2020/2021
Computer Science - master
A.Y. 2020/2021
Informatics Security

In collaboration with Political, Economical and Social Sciences Faculty:

Data science and economics (DSE)



The school of Computer Science is located in Milan, on via Celoria 18.


  • Via Celoria 18: (Room Magna “Alberto Bertoni”, Rooms Alfa, Beta, Epsilon, Gamma, Delta, Lambda, Sigma, Tau, Omega)
  • Via Venezian 15 - Milan (Rooms V5 Bis, V2, V3, V4, V8, V6, V5, V7, V1, V9)
  • Teaching sector, via Celoria 20 - Milan (Rooms 200, 309, 301, 110, 210, 203, 311, AIS-Lab, 403, 208, 310, 211, 202,  306, 100, 303, 307, 209, 201, 304, 305, 404, 302, 405, 204, Meeting Room, 400)
  • Via Golgi 19 - Milan (Rooms G23, G8, G14, G16, G21, G11, G13, G24, G12, G22)
  • Via Colombo 46 - Milan (Room 700)

Academic Board Chairman's Office ‑ Course Administration

Via Celoria 18 - 20133 Milan
Head: Marco Reggio
Phone: 02503.16250/16252

Opening hours:
Monday, 09.00 to 11.30am
Tuesday, closed
Wednesday, 2.00 to 4.00pm
Thursday, 09.00 to 11.30am
Friday, closed


Via Celoria 18 - 20133 Milan

Computer Library

The Computer Library specializes in the field of computer science and related disciplines (such as artificial intelligence, mathematical logic, etc.), while also including works linked to the humanities area. The library was officially founded in 1985 following the establishment of the Department of Information Sciences, and thanks to the strong commitment of prof. Gianni Degli Antoni. 

The library is temporarily closed. In the coming months the collections will merge with the Biology, Chemistry and Physics libraries into the new single library (BICF) that is being completed on via Celoria 18. Pending the opening of the new library, part of the volumes (in particular the monographs published after 2007) will be made available to users through a service point at the Physics Library (via Celoria 16). View the library website for updates