During a travel going to New York (Columbia University) and Miami (Florida Int. University and University of Miami), Prof. Gaudenzi of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering has accompanied nine students of Sapienza creators of CROPP project (Coltures Risks and Prevention Observation Platform) who won the yearly edition of Space Apps Challenge of NASA, overcoming the pre-selection of a competition with more than 150 universities of all the world.
La Sapienza University ranked third in the world
In his 2015 report on the state of global innovation, Thomson Reuters agency has classified the Sapienza University in third place in the world and first in Europe of academic aerospace institutions.
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the new plan of training offer 2015 - 2016 was released
GAUDENZI, FROM SPACE SECTOR A BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE AND SMALL ENTERPRISES AND FOR COUNTRY ECONOMY RETURN
If the country is still struggling to catch up, new challenges to economic return coming from the launchersspace sector, satellite data services and the production of satellite constellations that “open up great opportunities for development, employment and growth both to large companies and to small and medium-sized enterprises” of our country. Paolo Gaudenzi, Director of the Master in Satellites of Sapienza, draw with Adnkronos new scenarios of Italian industrial development, following the announcement of the new ASI mission of Italian ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli and the contract 182 million euro signed by Thales Alenia Space with ASI to continue the project of the second generation of the Cosmo-SkyMed.