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Polito: cultura e mobilità studentesca

The management board of the Politecnico has decided to renew for the academic year 2018/2019 the initiatives for mobility and culture which enable students of Polito, who are enrolled full-time, to benefit from reductions on the purchase of travel tickets and  the Abbonamento musei (tickets for museums).

In order to benefit from these initiatives for mobility and culture, students will have to send an explicit request following the procedure available on their personal page by 28th December 2018.

Here are some important news of the academic year 2018-2019, about both requirements to benefit from reductions and the procedures that will followed to allocate them.

From 3rd September 2018, the procedure will give – ONLY TO THE ONES WHO HAVE NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS – the possibility to ask for reductions. You can find requirements at the end of this communication. The possibility to ask for the refund of travel tickets will be viewable only after the assignation of the definite contributing level.

 

REFUND OF TRAVEL TICKETS

As concerns travel tickets, it is confirmed the “refund” system: during the online procedure, you will have to attach the scan of the receipt of purchase of the season ticket, in which there have to be biographical data of the student. Season tickets which can be refunded: season tickets purchased from 1st July 2018 to 28th December 2018 which last from 10 to 12 months (tickets lasting a week or a month won’t be accepted) of any transport net, with which you can reach the Politecnico (GTT, Trenitaluian Arriva-Sadem, …).

In contrast to the academic year 2017/2018, also students with a revenue above 30.500 euros can benefit from the reduction, if they have merit requirements, as established in the Legge di Bilancio 2017 and reported in the table below. For everyone, the maximum refund will vary according to the definite contributing level,  according the table which follows.

It will be necessary to fill out the request for reductions (or attest through the procedure that you don’t want to ask for a reduction) by 28/12/2018, so that you have a definite economic level for the academic year 2018/2019.

The refund will be automatically allocated to the student (you cannot decide to leave the sum as credit on the virtual current account or collect it any longer): to fill out the procedure for the request of reductions you will have to select in the section Fees and Reductions of the Online secretary’s office, the mode you want to receive the refund.

ISEE PoliTO Contributing level PoliTO Maximum sum that can be refunded*
till a 30.500 euros 1 – 19 208 euros
from 30.501 euros to 35.500 euros 20 – 24 150 euros
from 35.501 euros to 50.500 euros 25 – 39 100 euros
above 50.500 euros 40 – 75 50 euros

*the value of the season ticket will be refunded if less than or equal the maximum sum; if it is greater, the maximum sum will be refunded.

 

ABBONAMENTO MUSEI (MUSEUM TICKETS)

As concerns the Abbonamento Musei, since in the academic year 2017/2018 many free tickets have been requested and then few have been actually used (with a significant cost for the community), the management board has decided to repeat the initiative for the academic year 2018/2019, but asking the students to demonstrate their real interest with a little sharing to the cost (8 euros.)

The sum has to be given together with the request, following the instructions of the online procedure, as stated before (without deposit, it won’t be possible to conclude the procedure of request).

 

Merit requirements needed to benefit from reductions are established by the Legge di Bilancio 2017, and given below.

REQUIREMENTS TO BENEFIT FROM INITIATIVES FOR MOBILITY AND CULTURE

  • Full-time enrolment in the academic year 2018/2019
  • Enrolment by the normal duration of studies plus a year (till the 4th enrolment for bachelor’s degree, till the 3rd enrolment for master’s degree)
  • Students enrolled in the academic year 2018/2019: no requirements.
  • Students enrolled for the second time in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree: they should have got at least 10 UFC in the period from 10th August 2017 to 10th August 2018
  • Students enrolled for the third and fourth time in a degree course / enrolled for the third time in a Master’s degree course: they should have got at least 25 UFC in the period from 10th August 2017 and 10th August 2018.

 

To get further information on the Abbonamento musei, click here.

Students taking part in the Percorso Giovani Talenti have to follow the same requirements and mode of request established by the initiatives for mobility and culture, in order to get a refund of travel tickets and museum tickets.

As concerns ToBike, reductions are only for students taking part in the Percorso Giovani Talenti.  The online request procedure will be available from half October 2018, after the acceptance of participation to the Percorso Giovani Talenti for the students who participate during the academic year 2018/2019 and for students who were part of it during the academic year 2017/2018 and have the requirement to still take part.

ESCP Europe_Studenti

Collective Project starts again for the third time: twenty student teams of the ESCP Europe Business School will work side by side with companies selected by SocialFare, BTREES and Réseau Entreprendre Piemonte.

Learning how to analyse market trends and compare competitors, planning communication and marketing campaigns, studying a product in order to improve its performance and measure results: these are just some of the activities of the students of the program  Bachelor in Management (BSc) of the business school ESCP Europe. For 5 months they will work as young business consultants side by side with some of the most innovative Italian start-ups.

 

Collective Project starts again for the third time. This year the projects are developed in collaboration with SocialFare, the first Italian centre entirely dedicated to social innovation, the BTREES media agency and entrepreneurial network Réseau Entreprendre Piemonte.

“Learning by doing”, the idea that only practice can really strengthen knowledge, has always been one of the teaching methods of the Business School, open in 1819, among the most prestigious globally, and the Collective Projects represent an opportunity for students to enter in contact with young and dynamic entrepreneurial realities. At the same time the project is for the start-ups an occasion to take intuitions which can come from young people, able to find new business solutions and favour their scalability on the market.

From biomedical to social-eating, from electricity to drones, from eco-friendly coffee capsules to job sharing platforms, the companies involved by the three partners operate in the most varied economic sectors.

Twenty teams will work closely with the 19 start-ups selected by SocialFare, BTREES and Réseau Entreprendre Piemonte with the aim of combining managerial training and entrepreneurship development. Students, with shared tools of Project Management and subject to close verification of work progress to increase their professionalism, will be able to share constructive experiences and personal growth, acquiring at the same time practical, managerial and leadership skills.

 

Of the 118 students of the Bachelor in Management who will take part, a good 82% come from foreign countries (Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Ecuador, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Japan, India, Iraq, Kosovo, Latvia, Luxemburg, Morocco, Norway, Poland, Peru, Czech Republic, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, Hungary,  Uruguay, US, Vietnam) and participants are between 19 an 20 years old. At the end of the educational experience, which will be part of the academic assessment, they will have to present the project they have developed.

 

“The campus in Turin is strongly oriented to entrepreneurship and it has some with close relations with the business world. Collective Projects are a further opportunity for our business school to relate with other emerging and innovative entrepreneurial realities of the area. – said Francesco Rettalino, director of ESCP Europe Torino Campus  -. Already in past editions, mentorship programs of international students teams for the start-ups, proved to be an excellent  training, by offering the opportunity to develop new skills and implement what students have learnt during lessons.”

 

SocialFare will follow the development of projects by EcoStalla and Humus; BTREES the ones of Acus, Dynameet and Interlinea; whereas Réseau Entreprendre Piemonte will do the same for the companies Aizoon, Graziadio, Metroconsult and WllCom and the start-ups Biotechware, Gnammo, Goolbook, Immodrone, I-see, Orangogo, Tredivino, Vinnoxygen and Waycap.

 

 

“The partnership between ESCP Europe and SocialFare is going on and growing – said Laura Orestano, CEO of SocialFare – : start-ups with social impact, thanks to SocialFare, can become not only an incentive for the project involvement of the students of the bachelor, but also evidence of their growing interest for these topics. ESCP Europe and SocialFare have to ask themselves how to meet together the demand of knowledge, which is always more focused on social sustainability as result of new business models, which should  integrate the social value as a  fundamental element of the chain of values of any entrepreneurial and organizational action”.

 

“As communication agency, we want to cooperate in the growing of the innovation ecosystem of Piedmont and other areas – said Lorenzo D’Amerio, Innovation strategist of BTREES – . Renewing our participation to this initiative for the third time with ESCP Europe, Social fare and Réseau Entreprendre is a honour and for us it has a double meaning: give students the opportunity to try out their knowledge (in the field of market research, communication analysis, etc) in a practical and direct way, with the SME we work for and, at the meantime, provide an added value to companies we support. This year, we are going to involve in the project Dynameet, Acus and Interlinea”.

 

“We are very happy we have been involved in the ESCP Europe Collective Project  said Giovanni Radis, President of Réseau Entreprendre Piemonte -. The slogan of Rèseau Entreprendre is ‘to create new workplaces, we create entrepreneurs”. It is in this way that we nurture young talents, partnering them with senior entrepreneurs, who can make them grow. We really hope that we can give ESCP Europe students teams the opportunity to be a part of our associated companies and start-ups, because we give great importance to the binomial University/Company”.

 

ESCP Europe 

ESCP Europe was opened in Paris in 1819. It was the first Business School in the world and nowadays it is one of the most renowned internationally and constantly very high in the ranking of Business Schools.

With six campuses in Europe – in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw –, it prepares students for an international career in management. On the European level, it welcomes every year about 5.000 students and 5000 managers, from 100 different countries, with complete programs in General management and Master’s degrees. Ex students are 50 000 of 200 different nationalities and it is active in 150 countries. From 2004 the master is available in Turin, thanks to the support of the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris, the Camera di Commercio di Torino, the Università degli Studi di Torino, the Politecnico di Torino and many partners companies.

 

SOCIALFARE

SocialFare | Centre for Social Innovation is the first Italian Centre entirely dedicated to social innovation: through research, engagement, capacity building and co-design, We design and support innovative ideas and solutions that tackle contemporary societal challenges, creating a new economy. We believe that social value can create economic value and concurrence to innovate products, services and models. With many national and international partners, we accelerate hands-on engagement, capacity-building and impactful enterprises. through systemic design, design thinking,  qualifying technology, mentoring, networking and impact investing.

 

BTREES 

Btrees is a New Media Agency with seats in Biella, Novara and Turin. The team is composed of 15 people and specialized in communication on Social media. It has also been incubated by SELLALAB and it keep a strong relation with innovative realities of the Piedmontese area.

 

RÉSEAU ENTREPRENDRE PIEMONTE 

Rèseau Entreprendre Piemonte is composed by senior entrepreneurs of experience, who work in many commodity services and help in a practical way who has an idea of an innovative enterprise, may it be traditional or social. The aim is the construction of the “success of ideas”, in order to make them real and working and to create new workplaces. Réseau Entreprendre is present in ten countries, including France (Italy, Morocco, Tunisia, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, Chile, Portugal and Senegal). Italy, in 2010 has been the first non French-speaking in which arrived Réseau Entreprendre. The seat is in Piedmont, region which has always related in a constant way with France.

 

For further information

Ufficio Stampa ESCP Europe Campus Torino
Spin-To. Comunicare per innovare
011 1971 2375
Elisa Barberis
340 1521525
barberis@spin-to.it

Resp. Ufficio Stampa
Stefano Fassone
347 4020062
fassone@spin-to.it

Contatti ESCP Europe Torino Campus
Cristina Marinelli
346 3969434
cmarinelli@escpeurope.eu

Ufficio stampa SocialFare
Silvia Bergamo
comunicazione@socialfare.org

Ufficio stampa Réseau Entreprendre Piemonte
EnneCi Communication
Nadia Finassi
011 30 40 551
ufficiostampa@enneci.net

Ufficio stampa BTREES
Lorenzo D’Amelio
lorenzo.damelio@btrees.social

 

Violenza di genere
The Università degli Studi di Torino and the Politecnico di Torino against gender violence

In November there will be 2 international events which want to bring the attention to these topics.

  • 20th November, Transgender Day of Remembrance
  • 25th November, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
Conference “Ri-conoscere per cambiare”

During the Transgender Day of Remembrance and the International Day for the Elimination on Violence against women, the equal opportunities committees for the enhancement of the wellness of workers and against discriminations of the universities, in collaboration with CIRSDe, invite all students, the staff and other citizens to the conference Ri-conoscere per cambiare

The initiative will take place on Friday 23th November 2018  at the Campus Luigi Einaudi (Lungo Dora Siena 100, Torino).

The conference is open to students, staff and other citizens.

The day will be divided into 2 moments

  • from 9am to 1pm in the Aula Magna : International Day for the Elimination on Violence against women (in collaboration with Telefono Rosa Torino)
  • from 2.30 to 5.30 pm, in the Aula D3: Transgender Day of Remembrance

 

To take part register by filling out this form.

Poster “Ri-conoscere per cambiare”

Program “Ri-conoscere per cambiare”

 

University lessons of Unito

During the weeks from 19th to 30th November 2018, more than 50 teachers and researchers of the Università di Torino, will dedicate a lesson or even just some minutes to the topic “The Università degli Studi di Torino against gender violence”, analysing it from the point of view of their subject.

See the lesson calendar of lessons anyone can attend, in the different premises of the university, according to their interests.

ITS ICT

The Fondazione Istituto Tecnico Superiore per le Tecnologie dell’informazione e della comunicazione starts again the selections for students for the academic years 2018/2020 for the courses : “Web&Mobile App Development” and “Integrated Backend Services”.

 

There are still 5 places for each of the 2 courses:

 

 WEB & MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT for methods and technologies for development of software systems. The course wants to prepare front-end developers, able to create mobile apps and web apps, with all necessary technical skills for the realization of a complete product.

  • INTEGRATED BACKEND SERVICES. For methods and technologies for development of software systems. The course wants to prepare expert programmers with skills for the structuring and integration of back-end applications and components.

 

In the website, in the section Avvisi pubblici, you can find procedures, documentation and timing for the presentation of the application. You can present the documentation by Wednesday 28th November 2018, 4.00 pm. You can:

or

  • hand over (in a single closed envelope) the documents to the secretary’s office in via Jacopo Durandi 10, in Turin, from Monday to Friday, from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm.

 

All courses and the selections are entirely financed trough FSE by the Regione Piemonte and MIUR, so they are free for students.

Interested students can contact ITS-ICT Piemonte in order to set up an interview for the presentation of the two courses.

 

Tools of monitoring and intervention strategies which can reduce time of restoration of damaged infrastructures are now a priority for experts, institutions and economic system.

Wednesday 21st November 2018 – 9.00 am
Salone d’Onore del Castello del Valentino – Viale Mattioli, 39 – Torino

 

The collapse of the Morandi bridge in Geona, such as – barely a month after – the crashing of the viaduct in Calcutta (fortunately without victims), are just some of the examples that put on the spotlight the urgency of monitoring the resiliency of public infrastructures, subjected to the violence of unpredictable natural events, always more frequent.

Besides the consequences in terms of victims, the interruption of a transport net causes, in developed societies, a paralysis which has repercussions, in the long term, on the whole economic and productive system. It is crucial to improve the ability of intervention and restoration in the short term.

Besides the sharing of different experiences, the aim of this international seminar is to create a periodic forum, which can value and promote more efficient tools in the management of structural monitoring.

Bando erasmus Unito
Online the Erasmus public note 2019/2020 of the Università degli Studi di Torino.
Public note

You can apply starting from Tuesday 20th November 2018, exclusively online, logging in MyUnito, using your access details and selecting from the menu “iscrizioni”, “domanda Erasmus per lo studio”.

All applications must be presented by Thursday 13th December 2018, 1.00 pm.

For further information:

 

Other contacts:

Sezione Mobilità e Didattica internazionale – Direzione Attività Istituzionali, Programmazione, Qualità e Valutazione
Telefono: (+39) 011 6704425
Fax: (+39) 011 2361017
Email: internationalexchange@unito.it

Murazzi Student Zone

More spaces where to study at night: more and more students feel this need.

In order to meet this need, 270 places of the Murazzi Student Zone will be available for night study for all students, from 7.00 to 12.00 pm, in addition to the traditional  9am-7pm opening hours. The new opening hours from 9am to 12pm, which will start from Monday 19th November 2018, will be from Monday to Sunday. On Saturday it will remain 9am-7pm.

“For the city, this is an important investment, which has to be added to the one of last year, aimed to grant more resources at the revolving found Edisu for residences of students”, said the councillor for Politiche Giovanili and Città Universitaria Marco Alessandro Giusta. “For  the municipality the support of students is part of a big action plan on youth policies, which wants to make young people the protagonists of the cultural and political life of our city. This is an investment on knowledge and culture, which is the only real opportunity of growth in the 3rd millennium”.

2 years after the flood

It was the end of November of 2 years ago. During the Autumn of 2016, a flood submerged the spaces of the Murazzi Student Zone, the study room opened in May 2013 in a symbolic place of the city and which became, from then on, a reference point for the students of Turin.

Two years later the new Murazzi Student Zone, which has been restored and newly reopened, tries new opening hours, in order to welcome the increasing demand of places destined to study (since exams of the Politecnico and of the Università di Torino are drawing near).

 

Opening hours Murazzi Student Zone

 

Monday 9-24

Tuesday 9-24

Wednesday 9-24

Thursday 9-24

Friday 9-24

Saturday 9-19

Sunday 9-24

 

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Edisu

Lost (but then found) properties!

Have you ever studied in one of the study rooms of Edisu and forgot a personal object? Don’t worry, you can recover it!

You just have to ask at the reception of the study room in which the object has been found, or visit the website of Edisu.

Here the last objects lost in the study room, which have been found:

If you can’t recover them, they will be kept in the Sala studio Michelangelo Buonarroti 17/BIS , in the office Prestito testi universitari for about 6 months.

Remember that during the first 15 days from finding, the object remains in the reception of the study room where it has been found, but, if you don’t remember where you may have lost it, you can follow updates on the website or on Edisu social media channels and then you can go and take it at the Prestito testi universitari!

Challenge Conservazione del cibo e sostenibilità
Dear student/graduate of any subject, do you think you know how to reduce food waste from houses? Do you want to contribute in the realization of a new, flexible and sustainable domestic scenario, linked to preparation and conservation of food? THIS CHALLENGE IS WHAT YOU NEED!

Food waste, caused by the great availability of food at home, is not only a problem of economic resources being wasted, but it also affects natural and energy resources, used is every process of the food chain. Food waste is becoming an always more emerging problem and solutions are close to 0.

This challenge wants to find new and more efficient ways for the conservation of food: ways specially designed for every food and to value the impact on domestic habits.

The fridge is an important part of a paradigm based on speed of preparation and meal consumption, which encourages the spread of pre-cooked foods, leading to the problem of the disposal of the packaging. To which scenarios can lead the introduction of new food conservation methods?


Conservazione del cibo e sostenibilità.
Social dynamics and digital behaviour about the conservation and use of food. A day with a fridge. In collaboration with Fablab and Kynerion.
The call is open to all graduates, master’s degree students and PhD students of the Politecnico di Torino and the Università di Torino.
You can sign in till Monday 29th October 2018, 12.00 am.

Application must be done via Apply (http://apply.polito.it)

In order to put it the application, click on “Registrazione” and fill in your personal information in order to create an account. Remember you will need your fiscal code and ID card.

Once you have received the access details follow these steps:

  • click on “scegli percorso, Aggiungi iscrizione, LABORATORI, Clab Workshop”
  • Click on “Laboratori” on the sidebar, then select the current challenge Clab.
  • Requested attachments are the CV, motivational letter and an optional attachment to best introduce yourself.

Selected students will take part in an interview (modalities will be communicated on 29th).

The challenge will take place
  • from 5th to 8th November 2018 at the Clab, Cortile del Rettorato dell’Università di Torino in via Verdi n°8;
  • on 9th November : the venue has to be decided yet;
  • from 12th to 16th November at the FabLab, in via Egeo n°16

Final pitches will be presented on 19th November in the Aula Clab .(Via Verdi 8)
For more information visit the site.

For further information write to clabtorino@gmail.com

Or call 0116702028-2029-2063


What is “C.Lab – Torino” – Contamination Lab?

C.Lab is the first Italian Contamination Lab as the result of the collaboration of two universities

 

 

A space for students and PhD students of the Politecnico and Università di Torino to discover new learning models and develop innovative projects. C.Lab TORINO – Contamination Lab Torino in promoted and financed by the MIUR: it is the first and only one in Italy to be the result of the collaboration of two universities.

A place where students and PhD students of different subjects can meet and where contamination and intersection of knowledge and points of view enables to try new learning models and to develop innovative entrepreneurial or social projects, with a strong connection with the territory. This is the idea that inspired the Contamination Labs: places created inside universities in order to give students “a stimulating environment for the development of innovative entrepreneurial projects”, as the guidelines of the MIUR, which promotes the initiative, explain.

C.Lab TORINO will offer to students of the Università di Torino and Politecnico an informal and creative environment, where they can follow innovative extracurricular university courses, in order to get new skills and propose innovative solutions to the emerging challenges of the territory and markets.

C.Lab TORINO was created to find solutions to the challenges that society, companies and institutions will issue to the 100,000 students of “Torino Città Universitaria”. Through the contamination of different skills , students and PhD students, to which the project is addressed, will receive useful tools to face the labour market from the entrepreneurial point of view, by finding innovative solutions, with the possibility to set up new start ups.

From the educational point of view, C.Lab TORINO proposes labs on computer “challenges”, based on three main policies: proposals of students and PhD students, in a bottom-up logic; proposals of universities, on significant themes for development of territories; proposals of companies, public and private institutions, to face critical themes.

The project C.Lab TORINO is part of the prospect of the Entrepreneurship Education, with the aim of creating social value and promote entrepreneurship culture, innovation and sustainability.

The C.lab TORINO wants to give an important contribution to the development of the city and the territory, expanding the action of universities in Turin, favouring citizens and the local reality.

The conditions of this collaboration between the two universities are the incentive to start productive relations between the main actors of the area, for the sharing of knowledge and skills, aimed at achieving a bigger competitiveness on the international and national market.

With a total funding of about 900,000 euros (of which 300,000 euros from the MIUR and almost 600,000 euros from the Politecnico and Università), C.Lab TORINO is among the 16 winning projects selected among 68 candidates from universities from all over Italy.

 

SAMANTHA CRISTOFORETTI - DIARIO DI UN'APPRENDISTA ASTRONAUTA
The astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, protagonist of the missione Futura of the Italian Space Agency, on the occasion of the publication of her new book “Diario di un’apprendista astronauta”, will present her professional and human experience, the long journey that took her to the International Space Station.
The proceeds will be entirely given to UNICEF Italia by the author.

Where and when:

Politecnico di Torino

Aula Magna, C.so Duca degli Abruzzi, 24 – Torino

Saturday 27 October 2018 – 5.00 pm

When the racket engines were started up, I fulfilled the biggest dream of my life.” For almost 7 months Samantha Cristoforetti has been into orbit around the Earth on the International Space Station. In her book “Diario di un’apprendista astronauta” (Diary of an apprentice astronaut), she tells the busy life on board, with the amazed eyes of who becomes, day after day, a space human being: from science to repairing the toilet, from the arrival of cargo spacecrafts to walks in the space with the colleagues, from alarms to routine, from big events to little discoveries, from  rites to cutting hair. The journey which took her up there was long. Years of absolute dedication from her childhood dream, years spent with suitcases in the hand through three continents, through occasional meetings and  strongly wanted encounters, through languages and cultures, nature and technology, efforts and long waits, joys and sorrows: all in order to learn how to become an astronaut. Samantha Cristoforetti will tell the story of the long journey, which took her to the launching pad and the days she spent on board the Space Station.

Samantha Cristoforetti was born in Milan in 1977 and she grew up in Malé (Trento). She got the master’s degree in Mechanical and Aerospsace Engineering  at the Technical University of Munich, after an Erasmus in Toulouse and an year in Moscow, for the research thesis. From 2001 she attended the Accademia Areonautica (the Italian Air Force Academy), getting a degree in aeronautical science. She got the licence of military pilot in the US and then she was allocated in the 51° Storno di Istrana, on a AM-X aircraft. She is officer of the Areonautica Militare, with the rank of captain. In 2009 she entered the Astronaut Corps of the European Space Agency and in 2012 she was detailed to the Expedition 42/43 on the International Space Station, a long-term mission at the disposal of the Italian Space Agency. The launching of the spacecraft Soyuz took place on 23rd November 2014 from the cosmodrome Baikonur, in Kazakhstan. Samantha spent 200 days in space, sharing her experience trough her logbook and on Twitter (@Astrosamantha).

 

The meeting is organized by the Politecnico di Torino and Unione Industriale di Torino, in collaboration with ASI, ESA and the publishing house La nave di Teseo. Moderator: Michele Bellone, scientific journalist.

Reserved seats in the Aula Magna are sold out, but you can follow the event in the adjacent rooms (Aula 3, Aula 5) and in streaming on Facebook.

For organizational matters, it is compulsory to give a credit by 12.00 am of 26th October to relazioni.media@polito.it

 

Invitation to the initiative

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