Undergraduate and Graduate Studies
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The graduation ceremony represents a special moment in the life of the Department, an opportunity to celebrate the students who have reached an important milestone at the end of their studies.
During the ceremony on Saturday, 14 October 2023, attended by the SUPSI Director General, Prof. Franco Gervasoni, the Director of the Department of Innovative Technologies, Prof. Milena Properzi, and the Head of the Master's programme, Prof. Donatella Corti, 61 Master of Science in Engineering diplomas were awarded to:
Al Mokdad Alessandro, Ambrosio Luca, Antinori Hilaria, Arrivabeni Edoardo, Baj Angelo, Basili Michel, Bazzolo Lorenzo, Biaggi Nicolò, Camerota Francesco, Campello Alessandro, Capuzzimati Claudio, Ceresa Kevin, Colombini Luca Aldo Carlo, Croci Ambrogio, Cusini Adam, Dalle Pezze Brian, De Babo Martins Samuel, Delamotte Giulia Elena, Di Maggio Laura, Donadini Marco, Duzzi Daniele, Ferchichi Hichem, Ferrè Filippo, Hess Gabriele, Iacono Mattia, Knupfer Marcel, Lawani Emmanuel Ofuje, Maggiolo Matteo, Magnoni Luca, Mantegazzini Riccardo, Marino Andrea, Matteri Davide, Mendoza Zapata Emmanuel David, Michetti Simone, Moiana Leonardo, Molteni Gabriele, Monticelli Michele, Muratore Michele Cosimo, Nasi Davide, Paiva Mimbela Jayro Zaid, Palmas Eric, Palmato Davide, Petkov David, Pettinato Gian Mattia, Puric Alem, Puthuparambil Stefy, Ranieri Riccardo, Rivola Giacomo, Rubattu Nicolò, Savino Asia, Scarafile Marco, Scarfogliero Andrea, Tadini Guglielmo, Talarico Luigi, Tordoya Taquichiri Carlos Rafael, Torre Federica, Trevisan Mota Marco, Veljanovska Suzana, Ventriglia Luca, Vilela Pardo Marcelo Antonio e Volonterio Luca.
Many students also had the opportunity to express their gratitude to the BPO, Chaudoire, PREMIOSWISSENGINEERINGTICINO, and RETECA Foundations for the fundamental support they provided in their studies after receiving their Bachelor's degrees.
The best thesis
The purpose of the Nizzola Foundation is to encourage student excellence in Ticino in the field of technical Masters at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) and at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ) with scholarships and prizes for the best students and thus increase the excellence of future industrial executives from Ticino and Switzerland.
The awards, presented by SUPSI General Director Franco Gervasoni, together with Luca Nizzola and Anna Nizzola, vice-president and member of the foundation respectively, and Fabienne Bonzanigo, the foundation's treasurer, were given to:
- 1st prize: Daniele Duzzi – Thesis: Strategy for the Sustainable Management of Bridges: Territorial Considerations on Integrating Environmental and Socio-Economic Impacts into Decision-Making Processes
- 2nd priza: Lorenzo Bazzolo – Thesis: Test bench for in vitro preclinical testing and evaluation of endovascular prosthesis
- 3rd prizd: Andrea Marino – Thesis: Reduced gravity experiment on particle entrainment by flowing water
Finally, Dr. Robin Kolvenbach, co-CEO of Argor-Heraeus, which has been supporting the students of the Department of Innovative Technologies for more than ten years through a prize dedicated to the best thesis on the topic of environmental sustainability, awarded the ex-aequo prize to
- Claudio Capuzzimati – Thesis: Sustainability journey in Montanstahl AG: laying the foundations for responsible sustainable development
- Giulia Elena Delamotte – Thesis: MIBOC - Microbially Induced Boosted Calcium Carbonate Precipitation
To all the new graduates we send our best wishes for a personal and professional future full of satisfaction!