Thank you everyone for attending the event, it was an amazing night!
A special thanks goes to the sponsors, Gruppo Finservice, Infineon, ICsense, Informatica System, IBM, Melexis and of course to the Politecnico of Torino the INP Grenoble and the EPFL.
Accueil & Registration
Opening point by:
Leblebici Yusuf (EPFL)
Pierre Benech (Grenoble INP)
Fabrizio Pirri (Politecnico of Torino)
Infineon, Giacomo Cascio
IBM, Alberto Tha
Ozge Karatas (Nanotech 9)
Sebastien Grisot (Nanotech 2)
Maxence Bouvier (Nanotech 12)
Sara Ringante (Nanotech 4)
Peisino Michela (Nanotech 2)
Maverick & Tara Magie
Always Dare duet,
Alberto Marsico &
Sabrina Oggero Viale
Giova & Dani
The science of creating, designing, integrating and manufacturing
miniature components, instruments and systems is carried out using
expertise in micrometric and nanometric technology.
Because of the rapid development rate of the microsystem/nanosystem world, it becomes very important to educate and train young technicians and researchers able to operate in micro- and nanotechnology applications.
The Politecnico of Torino, the INP of Grenoble, and the EPF of Lausanne have introduced a joint International Master in Nanotechnology starting on September 2004.
Aim of the joint Master is to train engineers able to operate in the field of the micro and nanotechnologies, including new materials and processes, the design of new devices and the discovery and explanation of new phenomena occurring on the nanometer scale. This new engineer will be able to increase the know-how and the competitiveness of European industry in the field of micro and nanosystems, in particular for what concerns the ICT field.
Each year, more than 40 students are recruited from students at Grenoble INP, the Politechnico in Turin and from the EPF Lausanne. The Master's degree course in micro and nanotechnology will enable students to acquire a solid and well balanced knowledge and skills base in the different fields linked to micro and nanotechnology, which will be directly relevant to the working environment.
Founded in 1886, the Esperia rowing & tennis club is part of the historical, architectural and artistic
patrimony of the city of Turin.
It is placed centrally near Piazza Vittorio Veneto and the famous Gran Madre church in a quiet area surrounded by trees on the right river bank of the Po river.
The main hall, once used as a gym for the members, reflects an old english charm mixed with contemporary art. The gorgeous terrace faces the river and is furnished with old iron.