Conference Hall Angelo Antonio Orio Gabriele Zanetto
The Conference Hall of modern and minimalist design can be found alongside the Auditorium. The Hall is furnished with conference chairs with writing tablet, a whiteboard and fitted with multimedia equipment and lends itself to hosting seminars, workshops, conventions and business meetings.
The Hall may also be used as a side room to the Auditorium for complex convention purposes that foresee press releases and/or rooms for specific needs or, alternatively, can be set up as a refreshments/buffet room.
Location: Scientific Campus Via Torino, Mestre
The site which houses the Science Campus was granted to Ca’ Foscari University by the Municipal Council of Venice in 1991 as part of the “Public Recovery Project for the University in Via Torino Mestre”. The objective of the programme was to pilot the urban regeneration of the area outlined by Via Torino, Canal Salso, Viale Ancona and Forte Marghera. The first action was to restore and put to use the two existing buildings. The “ex abattoir”, now called Zeta building, was assigned to the Computer Science Degree Course and the Eta building was allocated for the research laboratories and teaching staff offices. This was followed by the start of the construction of the new buildings for the Science Campus.
What we see today is a Campus building complex of 27, 500 m² consisting of Zeta and Eta, the two original buildings, and four other new buildings known as Alfa, Beta, Gamma and Delta. In the near future, a further and fifth building, Epsilon, will be built as will be a student residential area. In its entirety, this complex will represent a modern university citadel that is equipped and open to the surrounding territory.
Type: Modern and functional building of new construction. Conference hall. Multipurpose multimedia hall, fitted with conference chairs with writing tablet.
Address: Via Torino 155 - 30170 Venezia Mestre
Bus lines: Lines 31, 32, 40 (more information)
Accessibility: Totally accessible
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