A team of 53 economists has explored past experiences and possible recovery scenarios in various fields of economics, business and finance, creating in just a few weeks the first book on the post-COVID world, published by Edizioni Ca’ Foscari and downloadable for free online.
On Monday September 14, a team of Italian and Swiss scientists reached the Corbassier glacier, on the Grand Combin massif, setting up camp at 4.100 meters, to extract three ice cores and deliver two of them to the dedicated ‘ice sanctuary’ that will be set up in Antarctica by the Ice Memory international programme.
This challenge involves 21 universities and companies from Europe, Canada, China and the United States, coordinated by Roberto Pastres, professor of Ecology at the Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics at Ca' Foscari.
The project was conceived by Andrea Gambaro, professor of Analytical Chemistry at Ca’ Foscari, with colleagues Ketevan Kupatadze (Ilia State University, Georgia) and David Ebert (Oklahoma University, United States) and is entitled "Network for alerting and managing public safety and resilience”, in short REACT.
The Film Festival entirely conceived, organized and managed by a university is back for its 10th edition, becoming a widespread event in the city thanks to the participation of the most famous Venetian institutions and in compliance with anti-Covid regulations.
The event will take place from 11.00 a.m. at the Carlo Goldoni Theatre (San Marco 4650/B, Venice). All members of the Ca' Foscari community - students, faculty and administrative staff - are welcome to attend, upon online registration.
The annual Winter Party organized by the Counseling and Welcome Unit will start at 5:00 p.m. inside Ca' Foscari's main building.
If you think cookbooks are B-list, you've never held a copy from. The most refined publishing house in the world, famous for the visual arts, has been opening its doors to Food for over 10 years thanks to the intuition of a former Ca' Foscari student.
Anna Schipilliti, Chiara Moschini and Alessia Pavani are three Ca’ Foscari students currently engaged in an Overseas mobility programme in Seoul. Today, they talk to us about life in the capital of one of the first countries to find itself having to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic.
What lies behind Ca' Foscari's success as a host institution and what are a few tips for young scholars who are thinking of applying? We talked about it with Professor Matteo Legrenzi, professor of Politics and International Relations.
Ca’ Foscari has yet again confirmed its reputation as an outstanding international research hub, gathering brilliant scholars from all over the world. With 23 new Marie Curie Individual Fellowships announced today, our University has bested its own record.
Last November, Ca‘ Foscari University was also badly affected by the exceptional acqua alta that put the city, its residents and its institutions under great strain. This is why the university immediately took action by launching a fundraising campaign to support Venice and its priceless cultural heritage.
Ca' Foscari has safely welcomed back its students, guaranteeing social distancing and the highest hygene standards in its premises through special regulations, latest generation technologies and the use of innovative platforms.
Each year we strive to widen the global scope of our PhD programmes. Ca’ Foscari has opened a new call to select PhD students for 2020/2021 academic year. You have until May 27th to to submit your application to one of our 14 programmes.
At Ca’ Foscari you’ll be able to choose from a wide array of Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes fully held in English, while also enriching your university experience by taking part in one of the many internships opportunities, mobility programmes and innovative workshops.