Science and Technology

Science and Technology
The Faculty

A strong presence since the founding of the University of Milan in 1924, the Faculty of Science and Technology coordinates the scientific degree programmes involving seven departments: Biosciences, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Earth Sciences and Environmental Sciences and Politics – all holding an important position in national scientific research, with excellent results at European and international levels as well. 

Thanks to a strong emphasis on national and international collaboration and an extremely rich and diversified cultural environment, Science and Technology is able to train a high number of graduates and postgraduates with cultural and scientific skills strongly linked to the demands of the job market.   

President of the Managing Committee
Prof. Paolo Landini

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Science and Technology at the University of Milan

Introduction to the Area, Third Mission

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After graduating

Continue your studies or enter the workplace: employment opportunities and post-graduate training

Location

 

The Faculty of Science and Technology is located in Milan, on via Saldini 50.

 

Classrooms

You can view the classroom list on the coordinating board's website.

Dipartimento di Bioscienze
Via Giovanni Celoria 26 - 20133 Milano

Dipartimento di Chimica
Via Golgi 19 - 20133 Milano

Dipartimento di Fisica “Aldo Pontremoli”
Via Celoria 16 - 20133 Milano

Dipartimento di Informatica “Giovanni Degli Antoni“
Via Comelico 39/41 - 20135 Milano

Dipartimento di Matematica “Federigo Enriques”
Via Sadini 50 - 20133 Milano

Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra “Ardito Desio”
Via Mangiagalli 34 - 20133 Milano

Dipartimento di Scienze e Politiche Ambientali
via Celoria 2 - 20133 Milano

Management Committee Chairman's Office

Phone: 02 5031.6001
E-mail: sedi.scienzetecnologie@unimi.it

Student Desks

Via Celoria 18 - 20133 Milan

Faculty events

L'incontro, a cadenza annuale, riunisce i ricercatori che si occupano di ricerca di base e traslazionale nel campo della biologia e genetica applicata alla medicina sui meccanismi regolatori che governano le funzioni cellulari nonché le loro alterazioni associate alle patologie umane. Nel corso del Congresso verrà selezionato e premiato il vincitore del Premio Guido Tarone, in memoria dello studioso scomparso prematuramente, istituito nel 2018.