This Saturday, starting at 11, the last module of this first edition of our master kicks off, a module dedicated to EU funds in the emerging technologies sector.
Saturday 7 November (11-14)
Institutions, information sources and types of European funds
Lecturer: Vittorio Calaprice, political analyst and institutional relations, Political Affairs Sector, Relations with national institutions at the
European Commission – Representation in Italy
. He received a teaching assignment on European financial planning 2014-2020 at the University of Naples “L’ Orientale “. He was deputy director of the second level university master in “Analysis of Public Policies” at the Corep of Turin, where he is also the lecturer in charge of the “Implementation Analysis” course.
Friday 13th November
Technique and methodology of drafting European projects / Practical exercise: how to respond to a call for EU funding
Teacher: Luisa Crisigiovanni, General Secretary of
and Fundraising manager of Euroconsumers, CNCU member at the Ministry of Economic Development, collaborates with universities and training bodies on consumer protection and community projects.
Saturday November 14th
The new community planning and investments in Artificial Intelligence
Teacher: Vittorio Calaprice (see above)
Next Generation EU, emerging technologies and drive towards digitalization
Lecturer: Lucilla Sioli, she is Director of “Artificial Intelligence and Digital Industry” for DG Connect at the European Commission where she coordinates the industrial strategy for European digitization. Prior to this post, you were head of the Digital Economy and Skills Unit, responsible for publishing the DESI | Digital Index of Economy and Society, of the annual Europe’s Digital Progress Report as well as of the management of the policy for digital skills within the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition. you have a PhD in Economics from the University of Southampton and another PhD from the Catholic University of Milan.