"Resilient" homes to withstand natural disasters: Politecnico di Torino team wins resilient homes design challenge competition
The response of architects, engineers and designers to natural disasters in an international competition, in which the masters degree team in 'Architecture for sustainable projects’ of the Politecnico ranked among the nine winners
While reducing emissions, hypersonic flights will allow people to move ten times faster than now, thanks to Stratofly project coordinated by Politecnico di Torino
First-hand accounts and documents, many of which unpublished, presented at a seminar and in an exhibition provide opportunities to reflect on the University's past, present and future role in the processes of construction of the city of Turin in the 20th and 21st centuries.
The EU-funded project aims to install 4 hybrid power-to-power storage systems in isolated areas of Italy, Greece and Norway
New materials and technologies: at politecnico di torino phd students from the coach project present their research to industries
Industries from all around Europe to the final event of an international, multidisciplinar, intersectorial research and training project on advanced glasses, composites and ceramics
The EMERALD project, coordinated by Politecnico di Torino, has kicked off. 27 European partners: universities, hospitals and private companies. Supported by the European Union “Marie Sklodowska Curie actions” with 3,3 million euro
Summer School at the Polytechnic of Turin on "Brain and Gut Neuroscience: From Molecules to Mood"
ARIA wins Innovation for Change 2018: among 8 business ideas, the Jury awarded a project of network of sensors mapping air pollution in cities
Bottles that reduce microplastics in the oceans, detectors that prevent accidents and increase the safety of crowds at urban events, special tablets that allow the elderly to receive photos and videos that children and grandchildren post on social media: all the projects of sustainable businesses developed by 51 young people
A research by Politecnico di Torino, published in the journal Physical Review E, demonstrates how a wave in a fluid needs to amplify its vorticity and not only its energy in order to change the nature of the flow