A researcher from Ca' Foscari has analysed the chemical composition of the material of four paintings belonging to Museu Picasso in Barcelona. It is the first study that focuses on the mechanical degradation of Picasso’s paintings with a scientific, analytical and diagnostic approach.
The collaboration between Ca’ Foscari and Agricola Lusia has delivered a system that scans and squeezes fruit, using mathematical models to determine the juiciness of oranges in a non-destructive way.
Anthropologist Antonella Diana has recently concluded her Marie Skłodowska Curie fellowship at the Department of Asian and North African Studies at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Her project URBAN_CHINA. Urbanization in China’s Southwestern Borderlands. The Case of Jinghong, Xishuangbanna focused on urbanisation as a negotiation strategy
The study, which was published today in The Economic Journal, was was written by three experimental economists: Fabio Galeotti and Marie Claire Villeval of The French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and Valeria Maggian from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
Following the online edition of 2020, the 10th edition of Art Night Venezia has been scheduled for 2 October 2021, like the famous Nuit Blanche in Paris.
On Friday 16 April at 5 p.m., Gina Apostol will be interviewed for MULTINOVEL - Dialogues on the multilingual novel with contemporary authors. Click here for a preview of the interview.
Read a preview of the conversation between authors Bernardine Evaristo and Maaza Mengiste and Professor Shaul Bassi that will be streamed online on Thursday, 15th April 2021 at 6:00 p.m. The event is part of the Afropean Bridges international workshop, now at its third edition.
The fourteenth edition of the Incroci di Civiltà international literary festival, organised by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, is scheduled to take place in November 2021. The festival allows participants to meet some of the most interesting writers of our time. We have interviewed professor Flavio Gregori, the newly appointed director.
In 2020, the health situation put a halt on many things in our lives, including international mobility programmes. What hasn’t stopped, though, are Ca’ Foscari’s efforts to make our University a safe place to welcome new international students that have chosen Venice as their destination.
Ida Zilio Grandi is the director of the newly founded Italian Cultural Institute in Abu Dhabi, inaugurated in October last year, and has recently returned to the Council for Relations with Islam, reconvened in November 2020. We interwieved her to know more about her work and the current situation in the Emirates.
Elena Bacchin, Matteo Favaretto and Sabrina Minuzzi, Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellows at the Ca' Foscari Department of Humanities, share their experiences of international research during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How did Ca' Foscari international students cope with the COVID situation? How are they getting by nowadays? A series of interviews to find out. Maria Kuznetsova is an international student from Russia. She's a second-year MA student in Language Sciences.
With the two Venetian universities, Venice stands as a candidate city in the run for 5 pilot projects that the European Commission will select and finance across the European Union, as announced by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
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.
In an effort to bridge the gender gap in “hard science” and encourage female students to choose a scientific career, Rector Tiziana Lippiello introduces a €500,00 reimbursement of university tuition fees for the most high-achieving female students