Evento speciale

EIT Manufacturing Info Day @UniTrento

Presentation of the Double Degree Master’s Programmes offered by DISI and DII Departments
28 novembre 2022
Orario di inizio 
Polo Ferrari 1 - Via Sommarive 5, Povo (Trento)
Aula A107, e online su Zoom
Organizzato da: 
Dipartimenti di Ingegneria e Scienza dell'Informazione; Ingegneria Industriale
Comunità studentesca UniTrento
Ingresso libero con prenotazione
Scadenza prenotazioni: 
24 novembre 2022, 23:59
prof. Enrico Blanzieri, prof. Francesco Pilati

Be the next Manufacturing Innovator and Entrepreneur!

During this Info Day jointly organized by the Departments of Information Engineering and Computer Science (DISI) and Industrial Engineering (DII), students will get to know the double degree programs opportunities offered at the University of Trento within the EIT Manufacturing Master School framework.

It will be possible to get more information about the following programs: 

The event is addressed to third-year bachelor students. 


1:30 Welcome and presentation of the EIT Manufacturing Master School 
        Enrico Blanzieri (University of Trento) and Milena Bigatto (Trentino Innovation Hub Foundation -HIT)
1:40 EIT Data Analysis and AI for Competitive Manufacturing programme presentation
        Enrico Blanzieri, Programme Coordinator 
1:50 EIT Zero-Defect Manufacturing for a Circular Economy programme presentation
        Francesco Pilati, Programme Coordinator
2:00 EITM partners presentation
        Jouni Partanen (Aalto University, Finland)
        Catherine da Cunha (Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France)
        Giorgio Corani (University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, Switzerland)    
2:20 Q&A


Free participation both in presence and online on Zoom upon mandatory registration.

More information

Download the brochures of both programs at: https://www.eitmanufacturing.eu/what-we-do/education/education-programmes/empower-programme/master-school/

The EIT Manufacturing Master School provides knowledge of cutting-edge manufacturing innovation, and entrepreneurship. With a learning-by-doing approach, students will gain real work experience and solve industrial business case challenges whilst collaborating with the industry.
During this time, they will develop their technical, leadership, creativity, business creation, decision making, problem solving, and innovation management skills, all of which will be used to create their own business at the end of year study.