Jump start a project with Italian colleagues
The MIT-Italy Seed Funds enable MIT faculty and research scientists to initiate transatlantic projects and collaboration with the Politecnico of Milano and the Politecnico of Torino. Applicants are encouraged to involve MIT students in their projects.
Help us create opportunities for MIT students
MIT-Italy matches about 50 MIT students with all-expenses-paid professional internships and research opportunities annually. Encourage your students, both undergrads and graduate students, to take advantage of this unique MIT program. We can help you find labs and departments that will host MIT students in Italy, and may be able to help funding their stays at labs you’re collaborating with.
MIT interns at Actua, a Torino start- up
Help us extend our network of partner institutions and strengthen our presence at MIT
The MIT-Italy Program relies on the expertise and advice of numerous MIT faculty. Many have hosted visiting PhD.s and post docs from our partner institutions and participated in collaborative projects. We are especially thankful to the members of the MIT-Italy Scientific Committee, which includes:
- Emilio Bizzi, Institute Professor, MIT-Italy Scientific Committee Chair
- Jacopo Buongiorno, Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering ( please link to http://web.mit.edu/nse/people/faculty/buongiorno.html)
- Bruno Coppi, Department of Physics
- Forbes Dewey, Mechanic Engineering and Bioengineering
- Sanjoy K. Mitter, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Tomaso Poggio, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
- Paola Malanotte-Rizzoli, Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Science
- Carlo Ratti, Urban Studies and Planning, ( Please link to http://senseable.mit.edu/
- Serenella Sferza, MIT-Italy Program Co-Director ( please link to http://web.mit.edu/misti/mit-italy/contact.html)