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Talent Valorisation Webinar | How a Ph.D. student becomes a successful innovator also beyond academia and how to train for this goal?

Which are the possible Carrier Paths for a Ph.D. also beyond academia? What steps a Ph.D. student has to take in order to get in touch with Business jobs? How to train to enter this world and to express your talent? 

A webinar with Riccardo Furlanetto, who has a great experience in the so called “hard industry”, in particular in the managing of Talent scouting, and he will give us an important point of view regarding the difference between hard and soft skills to be successful innovators in a company and how to best train for this goal.  

SCIAMA LECTURE | Quantum Mechanics and Reality: the Schism in Modern Physics, from 1927 to the Present Day

Quantum mechanics is singular among physical theories in that it does not make clear statements about what actually exists. Physicist Antony Valentini of  Clemson University will discuss how the uncertainty principle and 'quantum superposition' appear to challenge conventional ideas about reality and how these challenges may be overcome by a theory of 'hidden variables' containing a wealth of potentially new and radical physics.

The European Research Council

An APRE training workshop by Serena Borgna, National Contact Point Horizon 2020 for ERC - European Research Council, SC2 - Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy, NMBP - Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing. The event, organised by SISSA and OGS, will be held, in Italian, at SISSA, room 128 (1st floor), starting from 9 am.


A new appointment within the Navigando initiative to talk about designing the ship of the future by new emerging technologies, shape optimisation techniques, digital twin(s) and HPC solutions. With Christian Veldhuis (MARIN), Matteo Diez (CNR INM) and Antonio Traverso (CETENA).

The event is free, but registration is encouraged at mareFVG.