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The Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
(English: Polytechnic University
University
of Milan) is the largest technical university in Italy, with about 42,000 students.[2] It offers undergraduate, graduate and higher education courses in engineering, architecture and design. Founded in 1863, it is the oldest university in Milan. The Politecnico has two main campuses in Milan
Milan
city, where the majority of the research and teaching activities are located, and other satellite campuses in five other cities across Lombardy
Lombardy
and Emilia Romagna. The central offices and headquarters are located in the historical campus of Città Studi in Milan, which is also the largest, active since 1927. The university was ranked the best for Engineering
Engineering
and among the top big universities in Italy
Italy
in the CENSIS-Repubblica Italian University rankings for 2014-2015.[6] According to the QS World University Rankings, as of 2018 it is the 17th best technical university in the world,[7] ranking 5th for Design, 9th for Architecture, 9th for Civil and Structural Engineering, 17th for Engineering
Engineering
and Technology.[7] Its notable alumni include Giulio Natta, Nobel laureate in chemistry in 1963.

Contents

1 History 2 Campuses

2.1 Milan
Milan
Leonardo 2.2 Milan
Milan
Bovisa 2.3 Other campuses

3 Academics

3.1 International opportunities 3.2 Rankings 3.3 Admission

3.3.1 Engineering 3.3.2 Architecture, Design
Design
and Construction Engineering 3.3.3 Graduate programs

3.4 Departments 3.5 Library System and publishing

4 Scientific research 5 Governance 6 Student life

6.1 Organizations 6.2 Professional opportunities and statistics 6.3 Student politics

7 Notable alumni 8 See also 9 Notes and references 10 External links

History[edit]

Francesco Brioschi
Francesco Brioschi
(1824-1897), founder and first rector of the Politecnico.

Città Studi buildings in 1930

List of Rectors of the Politecnico di Milano[8]

Rector Tenure

Francesco Brioschi
Francesco Brioschi
(1824—1897) 1863—1897

Giuseppe Colombo (1836—1921) 1897—1921

Cesare Saldini (1848—1922) 1921—1922

Luigi Zunini (1856—1938) 1922—1926

Gaudenzio Fantoli (1867—1940) 1926—1940

Carlo Isnardo Azimonti (1876—1943) 1940—1943

Gino Cassinis (1885—1964) 1944—1960

Gino Bozza (1899—1967) 1960—1967

Bruno Finzi (1899—1974) 1967—1969

Francesco Carassa (1922—2006) 1969—1972

Luigi Dadda (1923—2012) 1972—1984

Arrigo Vallatta (1930—2001) 1984—1987

Emilio Massa (1926—1998) 1987—1994

Adriano De Maio (b. 1941) 1994—2002

Giulio Ballio (b. 1940) 2002—2010

Giovanni Azzone
Giovanni Azzone
(b. 1962) 2010—2016

Ferruccio Resta (b. 1968) 2017—2022

The Politecnico was founded on 29 November 1863 by Francesco Brioschi, secretary of the Ministry of Education and rector of the University
University
of Pavia. It is the oldest university in Milan. Its original name was Istituto Tecnico Superiore ("Higher Technical Institute") and only Civil and Industrial Engineering
Engineering
were taught. Architecture, the second main line of study at Politecnico, was introduced in 1865 in cooperation with the Brera Academy.[9] There were only 30 students admitted in the first year. Over the decades, most of students were men: the first female graduate from the university was in 1913.[9] In 1927 the Politecnico moved to piazza Leonardo da Vinci, in the district now known as Città studi (City of Studies), where Politecnico's main facilities are still today. At the time, it was named Regio Politecnico ("Royal Polytechnic"). The word Regio was removed as Italy
Italy
was proclaimed a republic at the end of World War II. The historical building still in use today was designed and built by engineers and architects all graduated in the Politecnico itself.[10] The present logo, based on a detail of the preparatory sketch of Raphael's School of Athens, was adopted in 1942. Until then, there was no official logo for the institution.[11] In 1954, the first European centre of electronic computation was opened in Politecnico by Gino Cassinis and Ercole Bottani. In 1963 Giulio Natta
Giulio Natta
received the Nobel Prize
Nobel Prize
in Chemistry
Chemistry
for his research on crystalline polymers, polypropylene in particular. In 1977, the satellite Sirio, jointly developed by Politecnico and other companies, was launched. Since the end of the 1980s, the Politecnico has begun a process of territorial expansion that would have resulted in the opening of its satellite campuses in Lombardy
Lombardy
and Emilia Romagna. A university program in industrial design was started in 1993. In 2000, the politecnico's faculty of design was created with new courses in undergraduate and postgraduate programs of graphic & visual, fashion and interior design along with the already existent industrial design.

The previous rector of Politecnico Azzone with the President of Italy Mattarella at the Milan
Milan
Bovisa
Bovisa
campus in 2015

In April 2012, the university announced that, beginning in 2014, all graduate courses would be taught only in English.[12] This decision was then partially revised, after the decision of the Italian Supreme Court, that stated Italian language could not be totally abolished nor downgraded to a marginal role.[13] Campuses[edit]

Entrance to the Design
Design
area of the Bovisa
Bovisa
campus (Durando)

The University
University
is spread over seven campuses: two main campuses in Milan
Milan
and another five satellite campuses across Lombardy
Lombardy
and Emilia Romagna.[14] Milan
Milan
Leonardo[edit] Milan
Milan
Leonardo is the oldest of the Politecnico campuses still in use. The first buildings on Piazza Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci
were inaugurated in 1927. Over the years, the complex has been expanded and is now generally referred to as "Città Studi", City of Studies, which also refers to some faculties of the University
University
of Milan
Milan
in the same area. The campus extends over several streets: Leonardo, Bonardi, Clericetti, Mancinelli, Gran Sasso and Colombo. The Leonardo Campus is the main campus of the university, and comprises the central administration offices, the rectorate, and most of the research departments. Milan
Milan
Bovisa[edit] The Milan
Milan
Bovisa
Bovisa
campus is located in the Bovisa
Bovisa
district of Milan
Milan
and became active in 1989; campus Bovisa
Bovisa
is today composed of campus Durando, opened in 1994, and campus La Masa, inaugurated in 1997. The first is the seat of the School of Design, while the second is dedicated to Industrial, Mechanical, Aerospace, and Energy Engineering faculties. Bovisa
Bovisa
also houses the related research facilities, including the wind tunnel.[15] Other campuses[edit] The first satellite campuses opened in 1987 in Como
Como
and in 1989 in Lecco. During the 1990s other three branches opened in Cremona
Cremona
(1991), Mantua
Mantua
(1994), and Piacenza
Piacenza
(1997).[16]

Polimi Leonardo campus main building

Academics[edit] Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
offers several three-year undergraduate courses, two-year graduate courses, one-year master courses and PhD programs in the fields of engineering, architecture and design. The Politecnico offers 32 first level (Bachelor) degree programs. Among these, there is an on-line course in Computer Engineering,[17] the first on-line academic course in Italy. This wide range of different curricula is tailored to the needs of its territory (the Lombardy
Lombardy
region), which is one of the most developed industrial areas in Europe. The academic year is divided into two terms, or semesters, the first from mid-September to late January and the second from March to late June. There are 3 exam sessions: those at the end of each semester (in February and July) and one more in September. Students need to achieve 60 "university credits" (CFU or Crediti Formativi Universitari) per year during their Bachelor and master's degrees. Therefore, the 3-years Bachelor requires 180 credits while the 2-years Master 120. Politecnico, as most universities in Italy, is organized to comply with the framework of the Bologna Process. Politecnico maintains several relations with foreign universities and offers a wide range of international projects for student exchange,[18] The university encourages the enrollment of foreign students by providing several courses in English, German and Spanish.[19] It participates in the ENTREE network for student exchange among Electrical Engineering
Engineering
colleges in Europe
Europe
and it is a member of Top Industrial Managers for Europe (TIME) network.[20] The Alta Scuola Politecnica is a joint institution of Politecnico di Milano and Politecnico di Torino
Politecnico di Torino
addressed to young talents who want to develop their interdisciplinary capabilities for leading and promoting innovation, and runs in parallel to the two-year programs of laurea magistrale (graduate courses). International opportunities[edit] PoliMi offers several opportunities for students that want to integrate their studies with an experience outside Italy.[21] Some of them are:

ATHENS Programme ERASMUS Programme Erasmus Mundus Programme Master of European Design Partnership of a European Group of Aeronautics and Space Universities UNITECH International Double degree with Tongji University, Shanghai, China Global Engineering
Engineering
Education Exchange

PhD students may also take advantage of "Progetto Rocca MIT-PoliMi Program", an international program that allows them to spend a visit period working at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[22] Rankings[edit]

University
University
rankings

ARWU World[23] 201-300

Times World[24] 201-250

Times Engineering[25] 82

QS World[26] 170

QS Engineering[27] 17

As for Italian national rankings, Politecnico was ranked the best university for Engineering
Engineering
and among the top big universities in Italy in the CENSIS-Repubblica Italian University
University
rankings for academic year 2011-2012.[6] In 2009 an Italian research ranked it as the best in Italy
Italy
over indicators such as scientific production, attraction of foreign students, and others.[28] According to the QS World University
University
Rankings,[7] the university is ranked as 170th overall in the world (the first Italian university in this ranking) and ranked 7th for Design, 14th for Architecture, and 24th for Engineering
Engineering
and Technology.[7] More specifically, it was also ranked as the 14th best university in the world regarding civil and structural engineering topics.[7] Admission[edit] Engineering[edit] The admission in the undergraduate program in Engineering
Engineering
in the Politecnico is bound to an admission test, aimed to verify the starting preparation of every student. The main goal of this test is to point out the lacks of the aspiring students and, in case, to assign them an extra course. Only some programs have a strictly limited number of places, even if the Academic Senate fixes an approximate maximum number of students for every program. The admission test for any Engineering
Engineering
school, except Construction Engineering, is divided in four parts, each about one of the following general subject: English Language; Logic, Mathematics
Mathematics
and Statistics; Verbal Comprehension; Physics.[29] Architecture, Design
Design
and Construction Engineering[edit] Architecture, Design
Design
and Construction Engineering
Engineering
schools have a limited number of students admitted every year and the selection is based on a national test administered by the Ministry of Education. The test is divided into five parts, each about one of the following general subject: Logic and General Knowledge; History; Drawing and Representation; Mathematics
Mathematics
and Physics.[29] Graduate programs[edit] Admission to the graduate programs in the Politecnico requires an undergraduate degree and a set of requirements specific for each school, such as the time spent in obtaining the undergraduate degree or the grade point average scored during the undergraduate program.[29] The Politecnico also offers courses of study for the title of Dottore di Ricerca (Ph.D.), MBA courses, and other postgraduate courses. MIP Business School is one of the most prominent management school in Italy
Italy
and was ranked as 96th best business school in the world by Financial Times
Financial Times
in 2011.[30] Departments[edit] Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
is organized in 12 departments:[31]

DaSTU - Dipartimento di Architettura e Studi Urbani ( Architecture
Architecture
and Urban studies) ABC- Architettura, Ingegneria delle Costruzioni e Ambiente Costruito (Architecture, Built Envirorment and Construction Engineering
Engineering
- ABC) DCMC - Chimica, Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica "Giulio Natta" (Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering) Design DEIB - Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (Electronics, Information and Bioengineering) Energia (Energy) Fisica (Physics) DICA - Ingegneria Civile e Ambientale (Civil and Environmental Engineering) Ingegneria Gestionale (Management, Economics
Economics
and Industrial Engineering) Matematica (Mathematics) Meccanica (Mechanics) DAER - Scienze e Tecnologie Aerospaziali (Aerospace Science and Technology)

Library System and publishing[edit] The library system of the Politecnico counts more than 470.000 records distributed over the libraries in the campuses.[32] The system comprises four central libraries along with teaching libraries (department libraries). The titles registered in the library system can be searched through an online public access catalogue (OPAC).[33] Since autumn 2004, the Politecnico owns a publishing trademark, Polipress,[34] created mainly to publish researches by the Politecnico community. Polipress publishes also the free Politecnico periodical.[35] Scientific research[edit] The Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
participates in European and international networks of scientific research. In year 2004 alone, about 60 large scale, multi-year international research projects have been initiated or participated by the Politecnico, just in the context of the European Research framework.[36] As of 2012, Politecnico takes part in over 132 current FP7 research projects. The University
University
raised almost 80% of its research funds from external sources in 2008,[37] from participation in national and international calls for proposals by its researchers and from research contracts stipulated with companies. Politecnico has a long history of research. Many scientists working in the university have received awards and recognition by the scientific community: among them, the most famous is Giulio Natta, the only Italian Nobel laureate for Chemistry, in 1963, who was the head of the Department of Industrial Chemistry. The University
University
also operated the first research nuclear reactor in Italy, the 50 kW LM54, from 1959 to 1979 in the "Enrico Fermi Nuclear Research Institute"[38] and now operates several important laboratories such as one of the biggest wind tunnels in Europe.[39] As of 2005, a number of professors at Politecnico are ACM or IEEE fellows. The Politecnico participates in associations and consortia for applied research, has offices to assist technological transfers and continuing education for professionals. The university supports the establishment of research spin-offs (20 spin-offs from 2000 to today), and also of high-tech companies during their start-up phase, with a structure named Acceleratore d'Impresa (Start-up Incubator).[40] According to the SIR 2013 World Report about the quality of scientific research produced, the Politecnico has a normalized impact factor of 1.42, and 16.62% of the articles produced fall within the 10% most cited in the international bibliography.[41] Governance[edit] The Rector, the Academic Senate and the Board of Directors (Consiglio di Amministrazione) are the governing bodies of the Politecnico. Internal Financial Auditors (Collegio dei revisori dei conti) controls the management and finance of the University. There are several other consulting bodies, among them the Students' Council, which is directly elected by students and serves in an advisory role. The Rector represents the University
University
and coordinates the Academic and Research activity. The tenure of the Rector is six years, and can serve only one term.[42] Student life[edit]

Exterior of the main engineering building, Bovisa
Bovisa
campus

Student fees at the Politecnico depend on the income of the family of the student. They range between about 150 €/year and 3000 €/year. Students with good grades are granted partial or full rebates, in addition to various kinds of scholarships.[43] There are many scholarships for international students as part of its recent internationalization program. Most Italian universities
Italian universities
do not offer accommodation for their students on campus. Politecnico has a limited number of approximately 2000 beds available for students. Most students from outside the city are either commuters or renting. It is customary for students to share flats in small groups of 3 or 4 people, as rent rates are very expensive in the city. The campuses Leonardo and Bovisa
Bovisa
are covered by a Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi
network, connected and interoperable with the Eduroam
Eduroam
service. Most public areas of the campuses are covered by wi-fi.[44] Organizations[edit] The Istituto per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario (ISU) manages additional student facilities such as scholarships, student housing, open libraries, lending of computers, cafeterias and study spaces.[45] Educafe is a cultural center in the Leonardo campus, where students can meet and events are held regularly.[46] Among the student organizations:

BEST Milano[47] (Board of European Students of Technology) a European non-profit and politically neutral organization, focus on Empowered diversity, done by students for the students and present in more than 30 countries. ESN[48] (Erasmus Student Network) a non-profit organization, gathering exchange student and encouraging exchange project. Euroavia,[49] an organization founded to gather aerospace students of the Politecnico and make easy to contact other aerospace students in Europe. Associazione Ingegneri Ambiente e Territorio[50] (Environment and Territory Engineers Association), a student association composed by students in Environmental Engineering. Teatro delle Biglie[51] ('Theatre of the Marbles'), an independent non-profit organization, born as a theatre association. POuL[52] (Politecnico Open Unix Labs), a student association for students interested in promoting open source and free software. Poli.Radio [53] is the student web radio. IEEE
IEEE
Student Branch[54] of the Politecnico di Milano. BEA - Biomedical Engineering
Engineering
Association [55] , an independent bioengineering students organization to create a network between students and professors, to promote activities and projects

Professional opportunities and statistics[edit] The 2007 graduate survey shows that 80% of graduates of the Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
find a job within three months from graduation, and almost 95% within six months.[56] The figures are similar for the bachelor and the masters level graduates. A specialized "Career Service" facilitates contacts between graduates and the industry, it invites companies for presentations and prepares statistics about graduated students. It posts several stage and job offers every day both for students and graduates.[57] Approximately 55% of undergraduate students complete their studies on time, and approximately 80% of them graduate within an additional year. Similar figures apply to graduate students.[56] Student politics[edit] Students at Politecnico elect representatives in the Academic Senate, the Board of Directors and in the Boards of schools.[58] Currently, the three main political groups in student's elections are:

Lista aperta per il diritto allo studio ("Open list for the right to study"), a movement based on the value of student's quality, generally considered as conservative because of its affinity to the Catholicism, even if it defines itself as not politically oriented; La Terna Sinistrorsa ("The left-hand coordinate system"),[59] the left-wing organization. The name is a pun on the Cartesian three-dimensional coordinate system. Svolta Studenti - La Students' Union del Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
("The Student's Union
Student's Union
of Politecnico di Milano"),[60] which takes inspiration from the Anglo-Saxon student-groups, is not politically oriented and its main purpose is to provide services to students.

There are also other smaller groups. However, participation in student elections is generally low, typically below 15%, as a result of low interest in issues and the low influence of elected students on the academy's decisions.[61] Notable alumni[edit]

Giulio Natta

Renzo Piano
Renzo Piano
with the President of Italy
Italy
Giorgio Napolitano

Main page: Polytechnic University
University
of Milan
Milan
alumni

Gae Aulenti
Gae Aulenti
(architect 1927-2012) Achille Castiglioni
Achille Castiglioni
(industrial designer and architect 1918-2002) Claudio Ciborra (organizational theorist 1951-2005) Gian Paolo Dallara
Gian Paolo Dallara
(engineer and entrepreneur, b. 1936) Elio
Elio
(musician, b. 1961) Gianfranco Ferré
Gianfranco Ferré
(fashion designer 1944-2007) Enrico Forlanini
Enrico Forlanini
(engineer and inventor 1848-1930) Stelio Frati (aeronautical engineer) Carlo Emilio Gadda
Carlo Emilio Gadda
(engineer and writer 1893-1973) Francesco Giavazzi (economist, b. 1949) Giulio Natta
Giulio Natta
(chemist and Nobel Laureate
Nobel Laureate
1903-1979) Adriano Olivetti
Adriano Olivetti
(chemical engineer and entrepreneur 1901-1960) Stefano Pessina
Stefano Pessina
(billionaire businessman, b. 1941) Renzo Piano
Renzo Piano
(architect, b. 1937) Giovanni Battista Pirelli
Giovanni Battista Pirelli
(entrepreneur 1848-1932) Gio Ponti
Gio Ponti
(architect 1891-1979) Ernesto Nathan Rogers
Ernesto Nathan Rogers
(architect 1909-1969) Aldo Rossi
Aldo Rossi
(architect 1931-1997) Saul Steinberg
Saul Steinberg
(cartoonist and illustrator 1914-1999) Giuseppe Terragni (architect 1904-1943) Marco Zanuso
Marco Zanuso
(architect and designer 1916-2001) Anna Castelli Ferrieri (architect and designer 1918-2006)

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Polimi". Politecnico di Milano. Retrieved 8 February 2012.  ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-08-28. Retrieved 2006-08-22.  ^ http://www.polimi.it/studenti/accedi-ai-servizi/educafe/ ^ BEST Milano - official website ^ ESN - official website ^ Euroavia Archived 2006-09-02 at the Wayback Machine. - official website ^ Associazione Ingegneri Ambiente e Territorio - official website ^ Teatro delle Biglie Archived 2006-12-05 at the Wayback Machine. - official website ^ Poul - official website ^ Poli.Radio - official website ^ IEEE
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Student Branch[permanent dead link] ^ [3] - official website ^ a b "Indagine occupazionale dei laureati e laureati specialistici del Politecnico di Milano
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usciti nell'anno 2007" [survey on occupational levels for alumni of Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
graduated in 2007] (PDF). Politecnico di Milano.  ^ www.careerservice.polimi.it - Politecnico di Milano
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- Career Service ^ Carta degli Studenti, VI, 33 p. 4 ^ www.ternasinistrorsa.it - official website ^ www.svoltastudenti.it - official website ^ Results of the last elections are available on-line at Archived 2006-12-22 at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

(in English) Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano
website (in Italian) Brief history of the Politecnico AlumniPolimi - Politecnico Alumni

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Engineering
Education and Research

Aalborg Aalto Athens Polytechnic BME BUT Chalmers CTU Prague DTU École Centrale Paris ENAC ENSMA EPFL ETH Zurich Florence Ghent GIT Hanover Heroit-Watt INSA de Lyon INSA de Toulouse ISAE IST ITU KIT KTH KTU KU Leuven LTH METU NTNU ParisTech Polytechnic University
University
of Milan POLITO Porto PUB Queen's PUT RWTH Aachen Southampton Stuttgart Supélec Technion Thessaloniki TPU TU Berlin TU Crete TU Darmstadt TU Delft TU Dresden TU Eindhoven TU Hamburg TU Ilmenau TU Munich TU Warsaw TUT TUW Twente UCD UCL UPC UPM UPV

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Universities in Italy

Major

Bari Bologna Catania Florence Milan Milan
Milan
Polytechnic Naples Federico II Padua Palermo Pisa Rome La Sapienza Turin

Large

Cagliari Calabria Chieti–Pescara D'Annunzio Campania Luigi Vanvitelli Genoa L'Aquila Messina Milan
Milan
Bicocca Milan
Milan
Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Parma Pavia Perugia Rome III Rome Tor Vergata Salento Salerno Turin Polytechnic Verona

Medium

Bari Polytechnic Bergamo Brescia Ferrara Marche Polytechnic Milan
Milan
Bocconi Modena and Reggio Emilia Naples Eastern Naples Parthenope Rome Marconi Rome Niccolò Cusano Sassari Siena Trento Trieste Udine Urbino Venice Ca' Foscari

Small

Aosta Valley Basilicata Bozen-Bolzano Bra Gastronomic Sciences Camerino Carlo Cattaneo Cassino Catanzaro Enna Florence SUM Foggia Insubria Leonardo da Vinci Lucca IMT ISIA Macerata Milan
Milan
Humanitas Milan
Milan
IULM Milan
Milan
San Raffaele Molise Naples II Naples Benincasa Naples Pegaso Pavia IUSS Perugia Foreigners Pisa Normale Pisa Sant'Anna Ragusa Reggio Calabria Reggio Calabria Dante Alighieri Rome Biomedical Rome Foro Italico Rome Link Campus Rome LUISS Rome Maria SS. Assunta Rome St. Pio V Sannio Siena Foreigners Teramo Trieste SISSA Turin ESCP Turin International College Tuscia Venice IUAV Vercelli Eastern Piedmont

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Universities in Milan

Public

University
University
of Milan University
University
of Milan
Milan
Bicocca Politecnico di Milano

Private

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore IULM University
University
of Milan Bocconi University Vita-Salute San Raffaele University Humanitas University

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