Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Associated Beneficiary: Department of Sciences and Methods for Engineering and Department of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari"


The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (1176) is the third oldest University in the world, and has
always been ranked among the first Italian universities for quality of teaching and research since 2007. It is
a networked campus located in the towns of Modena and Reggio Emilia. It counts about 20.000 students,
14 departments, 13 PhD programs. UNIMORE has excellent international network including academic and
industrial organisations. It actively participates in EU S&T programmes across different domains. Its project
portfolio in the period 2007-2013 comprised 69 FP7 projects, 9 LIFE+ projects and several industrial
research project financed by the JTIs (ENIAC/ARTEMIS).

The Department of Sciences and Methods for Engineering (DISMI) is involved in methodological and applied researches, and education in various areas of engineering and basic sciences related to. DISMI assemble professors and researchers with a wide international range of experiences and knowledges, active in the main sectors of engineering and basic sciences applied to.
These transversal expertises and a strong interdisciplinar approach are essentials to be successful in the
most modern and complex technological challenges. DISMI is able to provide dynamic and qualified
solutions to any engineering need, both in its purely theoretical aspects, and in its designing, prototyping
and testing.

The Department of Engineering “Enzo Ferrari” (DIEF) was created in 2012 by unifying all the Engineering Departments of the University. It now gathers Mechanical, Materials, Environmental, Civil, Information and Electronic Engineering. The former Materials and Environmental Engineering Department will be involved in the project. Its primary research interest is the study of new materials, the development of new treatments, devices and systems which could bring benefits in terms of sustainability and competitiveness, pursuing the maximum efficiency with minimum environmental impact.


Contact Info

Phone : +39 059 2056511
Email : urp@unimore.it