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The new Orio Carlini scholarship projects are officially underway!

Pubblicato il 15 February 2024

From today the new study and research projects financed by the GARR Orio Carlini scholarships officially begin.

The projects range from distributed computing to cloud technology, to open science, to the use of blockchain and Machine Learning, to cybersecurity, and the study of optical networks.
Various universities and research institutions throughout Italy will host the winners, including:

  • Alessandro Auzzas at the University of Sassari, Department of Architecture, Design, and Urban Planning
  • Luca Bassi at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics, CNAF
  • Angela Cortecchia at the University of Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Cesena Campus
  • Giulio Domina at the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Etna Observatory
  • Annalisa Feliziani at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Pisa Section
  • Antonino Iaria at the University of Pisa, Department of Computer Science, DLT Lab
  • Eliseo Martelli at the University of Turin, Interdepartmental Center for Molecular Biotechnologies "Guido Tarone"
  • Enrico Miotto at the Polytechnic University of Turin, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications
  • Nicolò Thei at the University of Parma
  • Francesco Turini at the University of Pisa, Department of Physics.

We wish all the new scholarship holders good luck and we look forward to the first Scholars' Day in spring for the public presentation of their projects! 

Cosa sono le borse di studio Orio Carlini?

Each year GARR offers 10 scholarships, named after prof. Orio Carlini, intended for 10 young talents with a research project on digital infrastructures and their use in a multidisciplinary context. These scholarships have a duration of 12 months (with the possibility to be extended for other 12 months)

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