An article published in the scientific journal Nature Review Physics carries out the first comprehensive review of Financial Networks, an exciting interdisciplinary field. Professor Guido Caldarelli coordinated the study which involved, among others, Professor Stefano Battiston.
The Dunan language, spoken on the Japanese island of Yonaguni, is disappearing. This is the focus of the projectby artists Anush Hamzehian and Vittorio Mortarotti, who were accompanied in their experience by Prof. Heinrich from DSAAM. We interviewed the professor about the project and the research and translations that surrounded it.
According to a study by Boston University, Ca' Foscari and CMCC, climate change could reduce global crop yields by 10% by mid-century and 25% by century’s end, under a vigorous warming scenario, if farmers cannot adapt better than they did historically.
At the start of the pandemic, India seemed to be facing the crisis better than other countries. However, the second wave of COVID-19 has hit India with a brutal force. Thomas Dähnhardt, professor of Modern Languages and Literatures of the Indian Subcontinent at the Department of Asian and North African Studies, comments on this situation.
Professor Dähnhardt (Ca’ Foscari) and Dr Claudia Ramasso (Turin) tell us about the exhibition of paintings and poems they have curated for MAO Museum, Turin: “Krishna, the divine lover” (28 April - 26 September 2021). Tune in to the conference “Krishna, a personification of divine love” (27 May at 5 p.m.).
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.
On 2 June 2021, Fabiana Zollo participated in the Global Vaccine Confidence Summit, organised by the UK government as part of its presidency of the G7. The aim: using technology to promote confidence and trust in vaccines globally.
Dr Pietro Ferrara is one of the 101 winners from 59 universities around the world, making Ca’ Foscari the only Italian university on the winning list. Dr Ferrara is a researcher at the Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics and his project focuses on the security of access policies.
A truly international university experience is guaranteed when you choose a double or joint degree (DJD) at Ca’ Foscari. Marta Ongaro (Double Degree in English and American Studies) and Luca Doretto (Double Degree in Economics and Finance) tell us about their DJD experience.
A truly international university experience is guaranteed with a double or joint degree (DJD) at Ca’ Foscari. Ilaria dal Barco (Joint Degree Erasmus Mundus) and Giorgio Diprima (Double Degree in European Computer Science) tell us about their DJD experience.
"In September Ca’ Foscari will return to being the place we all know and love, as we will finally return to our classrooms!" says the Rector, Tiziana Lippiello, in a message to Ca' Foscari's community.
The Interuniversity Consortium has published its 23rd Report on the Profile and Employment Rate of Graduates. Ca’ Foscari's strengths are employment rate, internships, and experiences abroad.
Would you like to join Ca' Foscari's International College for your postgraduate studies? You can submit your application until 8 July.
Katia Figini, an athlete and sports coach, will be the guest for the Graduation Day Ceremony that will be held online on 26 June on Ca’ Foscari’s YouTube channel. The ceremony is for graduates from the 2019/2020 autumn degree session and extraordinary degree sessions (including the second window).