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ADVANCED EDUCATION: APPLY NOW FOR SUMMER COURSE ON CYBER SECURITY, offered by Sant’Anna School Dirpolis Institute. “EARLY BIRD” REGISTRATION UNTIL 31 MARCH 2019. The application deadline is 30 April 2019

Registration is now open for the “Summer School” course on cyber security offered by Sant’Anna School Dirpolis Institute. Early Bird...

DIGITAL technologies: 3 RENEWABLE scholarships worth 22,000 euro PER YEAR ARE OFFERED to study complex industrial systems data analysis and process monitoring. the Call for applications is now open until 9 APRIL 2019

The Sant’Anna School Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies (TeCIP) and the ICT-COISP Information and Communication...

the new frontier for PHOtonics technologies: on tuesday 26 march, tuscany region authority and sant’anna school inphotec foundation REPRESENTATIVES PRESENT recent advancement of photonics

On Tuesday 26 March, Tuscany Region and Sant’Anna School INPHOTEC Foundation, at the Press Club Europe Bruxelles, will host a conference to...

SANT’ANNA school rector election for 2019 – 2025 term. second round results: QUORUM requirements are met but no candidate reached the election threshold. the third ROUND IS scheduled for march 26-27, 2019

Pietro Tonutti, as the official who supervised the election process on 5-6 March, has announced the second round results of the Sant’Anna School...

ADVANCED EDUCATION: APPLICATIONS FOR POSTGRADUATE COURSE ON ASYLUM, ENVIRONMENTAL MIGRATIONS AND CLIMATE CHANGE WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL MARCH 28, 2019

Sant’Anna School Dirpolis Institute (Law, Politics and Development) and the Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration (ASGI) offer...

Sant’Anna School and Department of Public Security of the Italian Ministry of Interior agree on rules of ethical behaviour and codes of conduct for the public sector, in accordance with recent regulatory reform

Sant’Anna School and the Department of Public Security of the Italian Ministry of Interior signed a cooperation agreement on “models and rules...

Law Act on Stalking offences came into force ten years ago: on Monday, March 25, Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament Mara Carfagna participates in a seminar at Sant’Anna School

Ten years ago, Italy enacted the Law 38/2009 to tackle all forms of harassment including stalking. On Monday, March 25, at 3.00 pm, Sant’Anna...

INDUSTRY 4.0: SANT’ANNA SCHOOL HOSTED A WORKSHOP ON AUGMENTED REALITY FOR TECHNICIANS. SPIN-OFF COMPANIES VRMEDIA AND WEREABLE ROBOTICS PRESENTED THEIR AR DEVICES, A tool for digital tech transformation

Sant'Anna School, University of Florence, University of Brescia and the IbisLab - RISE (Research Innovation for Smart Enterprises) organized a...

PHOtonics technologies: 3 scholarships worth 22,000 euro each to study complex industrial systems data analysis and process monitoring. The Call for applications is now open until 19 march 2019

The Sant’Anna School Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies (TeCIP) and the ICT-COISP Information and Communication...

Cooperation between Italy and Libya to support institutional reforms and reinforce Libya’s capacity building. On March 4, 2019, Sant’Anna School faculty members provide training in legislative drafting to Libyan officials

The legislative drafting program offered by Sant’Anna School on March 4 will provide Libyan officials with practical skills and law making...

“Fridays for Future” March 15, 2019. Professor Roberto Buizza, coordinator for Normale and IUSS research program, presents the “Action Plan  for Climate Change Mitigation”

F4F i.e. “Fridays for Future” student organization has called for a global strike on March 15, 2019. Students were inspired by Greta Thunberg,...

JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN SANT’ANNA, NORMALE AND IUSS: THIRD ROADMAP WORKSHOP TAKES PLACE ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 20 - 21 MARCH IN PAVIA

From year to year, greenhouse gases emissions rise and the warming effect of gases increases due to carbon dioxide. The “Center for Climate...

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