Research for Global Challenges

Ca’ Foscari is highly committed in achieving excellence in research, developing international partnerships and funding promising researchers. Our Research Institutes will enforce this engagement by promoting an interdisciplinary approach to research.

Detecting Epistemic Communities in the Frame of Early Modern Cosmology

A Research in Computational History

24 September 2019
Aula Baratto, Ca' Foscari University, Dorsoduro 3246, Venice

Guest speaker: Prof. Matteo Valleriani
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Technische Universität Berlin / University of Tel Aviv

Biomedical and biotechnological application of peptides and proteins

Allesandro Angelini, researcher and member of the Team Science of Complexity at Ca' Foscari University, presents his contribution on "Molecular evolution of peptides and proteins for biomedical and biotechnological applications" in Ca' Bottacin, Venice on July 10, 2019 at 3 pm.

Get involved: join a Research Institute

If you are a researcher at Ca' Foscari or at a Research Center linked

You can express your interest to join one or more Institute anytime.

For the research staff of Ca' Foscari only a membership fee of 100€/year/Insitute will be charged on the individual budget for research.

You will be guided step-by-step by a dedicated scientific staff in the process of identifying the best Institute for you. The staff will support your research fund raising. The staff is made of scientific coordinators and a pool of PhDs with proved knowledge of national and European grant writing.

To express your interest, please fill in the form (if you are interested in joining more than one Research Institute, you are invited to fill in as many forms as the number of Institutes you would like to join).

If you are not a researcher at Ca' Foscari

If you are a researcher not from Ca' Foscari University and eager to collaborate on a project proposal, you can express your interest by writing to:

For partnerships, collaborations or more info concerning "Research for Global Challenges" please contact the International Research Office: