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The European Commission gives Unimore about 15 million euros to support its researchers

Unimore international standing is growing, as well as its ability to obtain research funds through competition programmes.   Since the 2014-2020 fund programming, 57 are the research projects by Unimore that have been funded by the European Commission (10 belonging to the Marie Sklodowska Curie actions, for young researchers’ mobility), which see the involvement of research groups and units of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Nine (9) of these are directly coordinated by inter...

Modena draws up the new guidelines on male Osteoporosis

The new European guidelines on male osteoporosis were drawn up in Modena and Leuven, Belgium. At the recent congress of the European Academy of Andrology, held in Budapest from 11 to 13 October 2018 professor Vincenzo Rochira of Unimore, endocrinologist of the University Hospital of Modena, Hospital of Baggiovara, in fact presented the guidelines on the health of bone in males, the result of an international cooperation with the research group of the University of Leuven, Belgium, directed by ...

Second edition of the Master’s Degree Programme in Advanced Automotive Engineering, applications to be submitted by 21 December

Enrolments are now open for the second edition of the Master’s Degree Programme in Advanced Automotive Engineering , organised by Unimore with the Universities of Parma and Ferrara, and the cooperation of Automobili Lamborghini spa, Dallara Automobili spa, Ducati Motor Holding spa, Ferrari spa, Haas F1 Team, Magneti Marelli spa, Maserati spa, Pagani Automobili spa, and Scuderia Toro Rosso spa. Applications shall be submitted by 1pm of Friday 21 December 2018. The study programme of the Maste...

Unimore is leader of ADAS+, a 10 million euro project aimed to develop an innovative safe drive assistance system

Unimore takes another leap forward in the field of smart automotive research. The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia is one of the leaders of ADAS+, a nearly 10 million euro project just launched with the purpose of developing an innovative safe drive assistance system (aka ADAS – Advanced Driver Assistance System) able to timely and constantly monitor the psychological and physical status of the driver, his/her drunkenness, and the air quality in the cabin. All this will be possible th...

Unimore Professors Michele De Luca and Graziella Pellegrini have been awarded the prize 'Lombardia è Ricerca 2018'

The Regional Council presented the winners of the Prize 'Lombardia è Ricerca 2018'. Sponsored by Regione Lombardia, the acknowledgment gives 1 million euro to the best scientific discovery in the Life Science field, based on the decision of a Jury made of 15 internationally renowned scientists. Two out of the three winners were present at the prize giving, professors Michele De Luca and Graziella Pellegrini, director and coordinator respectively of the Cell Therapy of the “Stefano Ferrari” Rege...

A study carried out by Unimore was published on the international scientific journal American Journal of Physical Anthropology

The study of mummy hair found in Roccapelago of Pievepelago (MO) reveals the movements of these ancient ancestors. The findings, which are object of the Bachelor’s degree thesis in Geological Sciences of a young student, Valentina Tavaglione, were made by the group of professor Anna Cipriani of the Department of Chemical and Geological Sciences (CHIMGEO) of Unimore, which also sees the participation of Ph.D. Federico Lugli.  The work carried out by the researchers of Modena included the a...

The Department "Enzo Ferrari" hosted prof. Deniz Gunduz of Imperial College London

The seminar "Learn to Communicate - Communicate to Learn" by prof. Deniz Gunduz of Imperial College London, was held at the Department "Enzo Ferrari", with the participation of Rector Angelo O. Andrisano. Below is an abstract of the meeting: “In the first part of this talk I will explore how modern machine learning techniques, particularly deep neural networks, can be used to improve wireless communication systems. I will first introduce a novel uncoded "analog” communication technique for w...

Unimore moves up in the general ranking of London-based Times Higher Education institution

Well done for Unimore, which in the world university rankings 2019 drawn up by Times Higher Education (THE), namely the most rigorous, wide and documented qualitative investigation on universities, is assigned a range between 351-400, thus improving the results obtained last year and moving up fifty positions. Five indicators have been chosen for the assessment: teaching methodology, research, quotations by professor in academic publications, contributions from the private sector and intern...

The first degree programme in Occupational Therapy has now started in Damask with the contribution of Unimore

Unimore will transfer its expertise gained in the field of occupational therapy to rescue war-torn Syria in training rehabilitation professionals. Under the auspices of Unimore and Armadilla, the first degree programme in Occupational Therapy established in this middle-eastern country has now started in Damask. “After nearly seven years since the beginning of the Crisis in Syria, even though the situation seems to become more stable and in most parts of the territory fire attacks are diminis...

Unimore draws up an investment plan to offer more classrooms and laboratories

Nearly 20 million euros. This is the amount of the financial commitment entered into by Unimore in the investment plan aimed at adapting the facilities and the laboratories of the University to the new needs of a constantly increasing student population, attracted by a wide educational offer that has been tailored to professional profiles ensuring a fast integration of graduates in the job market. With over 24,000 students enrolled, Unimore faces the need to widen the availability of classroom ...

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