Aug 19

“Best Oral Contribution” award

Davide Rocco has been awarded at the “Riunione congiunta GTTI-SIEm” for the best oral contribution given by a PhD student by presenting the work “Efficient harmonic generation in AlGaAs nanoantennas on epsilon-near-zero materials”.

The event was held on 26th – 28th June at the University of Pavia, Pavia (Italy) organized by “Società Italina di Elettromagnetismo” SIEm, “Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni” CNIT and by “Associazione Gruppo Telecomunicazioni e Tecnologie dell’Informazione” GTTI.



Jun 19

Admissions to the PhD are now open!

The admission procedures for XXXV cycle of the PhD program in Information Engineering are now open.

– Deadline for online applications:

July 25, 2019, h 14:00 (Italian Time, GMT+2).

– The cycle will start on November 1, 2019.

Instructions on admission procedures: !! HERE !!



Oct 18

The final ranking list of merit (XXXIV Cycle) is available

The final ranking list of merit to be admitted to PhD Courses (XXXIV Cycle) is available.

For more information: click here.



Oct 18

Innovation Design Contest 2018 Award

Alessandro Nastro has been awarded at the “Innovation Design Contest 2018” by presenting the project “SANSONE: MEMS microsensor for measurements of force and mechanical properties in biological samples”.

The event was held on 18th October at the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci”, Milan (Italy), organized by the journal “Selezione di Elettronica”, in collaboration with ON Semiconductors.

Detailed Information: here.


Oct 18

Assignment of places for post-graduate research students at the Collegio Lucchini

The Collegio Universitario Luigi Lucchini, every year, offers some places to all post- graduate research students at the Università degli Studi of Brescia.

This opportunity is open to both male and female Italian and foreign post-graduate research students, who must be under 30 years of age. They must be enrolled and participate in their studies with regular presence and merit.

The graduate research members of the Collegio must participate in some of the cultural activities provided. In agreement with their Supervisors, they can also suggest other possible, specific activities of common interest. Foreign students have to follow a free course of Italian (base level).

The graduate research members of the Collegio are also requested to offer some time (compatible with their research work) in activities such as tutorship, mentorship,conversation in foreign languages and other activities in the Collegio’s cultural program tohelp the other undergraduate and graduate residents.

For more information: click here!