Bando per premio di studio - HIT Award 2018

Tue, 10/16/2018 - Tue, 10/23/2018

Un bando per premio di studio di 1000€ lordo sarà conferito dal centro interdipartimentale HIT al candidato che avrà condotto il miglior progetto di ricerca sul tema del digitale. Eleggibilità e termini di partecipazione sono indicati nel testo del bando scaricabile da questa pagina. Scadenza:  23 ottobre 2018 ore 12:00

Innovation in Psychology 2016

Thu, 05/26/2016 - Fri, 05/27/2016

Thursday 26th May, the final stage of the the prize "Innovation in Psychology 2016" by Ordine Psicologi Veneto took place at the Botanical Garden of the University of Padua.

HIT researchers receive Smart Community Prize


The Smart Community Prize at SMAU 2015 in Padova was granted on April 2 2015 to the european project CultAR, developing augmented reality solutions to improve the experience of urban cultural heritage. The award was received by Luciano gamberini and shared with his team involved in the project (Anna Spagnolli, Valeria Orso, Alessandro Privitera). Below is a picture of the award cerimony in Padua.A video of the event is available from

HIT member Mauro Conti team is multiple winner of Clusit prizes

Sun, 03/22/2015

The SPRITZ Security and Privacy Research Group of Prof. Mauro Conti (HIT - Human Inspired Technology Research Centre) has been awarded with several prizes for the best 2014 MSc thesis in Computer Security from the CLUSIT - Italian Association for Computer Security: Claudio Guarisco won the 1st prize, Giuseppe Cascavilla the 3rd prize, and finally, Sebastiano Gottardo, Giulia Mosca and Riccardo Spolaor (currently PhD student in Brain, Mind & Computer Science PhD School of the HIT) won the 5th prize.

Doctoral classes starting now

First year courses of BM&CS PhD program start in January 2015. More info at:

HIT member Francesca Rossi is Radclliffe Fellow at Harvard for one year

Francesca Rossi is Radclliffe Fellow at Harvard for one year with a project on Preference Aggregation for Advanced Sentiment Analysis.Read her interview on the Radcliffe Magazine:

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