It is the group created to bring together graduates of the Polytechnic who live, work or have interests in the French capital and its surroundings.
The activities are organized by the group leader and include meetings with colleagues which foster the exchange of ideas and information and the communication of professionally useful experiences. Go to the wall to look for people who have your same degree.
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President of the Group, with responsibility for strategy and development. Engineering Manager at EDF.
Would you like to join the group? Contact email@example.com and the other core-team members:
- EMANUELE MARTINOLLI (Nucl. 1999)
VP of the Group, for relations with the Industry.
Manager at AREVA.
- MASSIMILIANO PICCIANI (Nucl. 2008)
VP of the Group, for Public and Political Affairs.
Research Engineer at SAINT-GOBAIN.
- GIUSEPPE J. SANGIOVANNI (Nucl. 1999)
Director at LINKERS.
- JACOPO ZANETTI (Mater. 2012)
VP of the Group, for Alumni Relations.
Shipping Economist at TOTAL.
- ANDREA ZOIA (Nucl. 2004)
VP of the Group, for R&D.
Research Engineering at CEA.
NEWS AND EVENTS
Event fully dedicated to haute couture for men and newest frontiers of italian E-commerce in the heart of Saint Germain des Près quarter at the Parisian Lanieri's studio.
During the evening Alumnus Riccardo Biolchini was present, he is the Brand Manager France for LANIERI, a fashion brand addressed to male elegance which provides an on-line service for tailored suits for its customers.
Twenty French/Italian associations talking about four different topics - Employability, Research and development, Art e culture, Lifestyle and social rights – are pleasured to meet young Italians recently landed in France to share experiences, suggestions and start a dialogue.
- EMPLOYABILITY: Donne Italiane Rete Estera (DIRE), AlumniPolimi Parigi, Alumni SciencesPo, Associazione Alumni Bocconi, Alumni PoliTo.
- RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: Rete dei Ricercatori Italiani in Francia (ReCIF), Master pro Industries culturelles France-Italie Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, Organizzazione per la Cooperazione e Sviluppo Economico (OCSE), Institut Pasteur.
- ART E CULTURE: Fondo per l'Ambiente Italiano-FAI France, Associazione “Anteprima”, Dante Alighieri, Associazione Italo Calvino, “Les ateliers de Cribeau”, Italyssime.
- LIFESTYLE AND SOCIAL RIGHTS: Comitato Italiani all’Estero (Comites) di Parigi, Consiglio Generale degli Italiani all’Estero (CGIE), Italia in rete, ACLI France, INCA France.
The Italian Consulate in Paris hosts a beautiful event focused on Europe's future financial and economic perspectives after Brexit, new American president election and with a view to forthcoming elections in France, United Kingdom, Germany e Italy.
Roundtable 1 «Euro: source of strength o weakness ?» with participants:
- Alessandro Giraudo - Chief Economist – VIEL-TRADITION
- Denis Ferrand -Director General - COE-REXECODE
- Pierre Beynet - Chef de Division - OCSE
Roundtable 2 «Europes's innovation, competitiveness e financial attractiveness »with participants:
- Pietro Grassano - Director General France - JP MORGAN ASSET MANAGEMENT
- Marco Sormani - Founding Partner - VARENNE CAPITAL
- Charles Letourneur - Managing Partner - ALVEN CAPITAL
Alumni Polimi Paris with the support of FAI-France (association affiliated to FAI, Fondo Ambiente italiano) e Alumni SciencesPo organized an event aimed at sponsoring Italian heritage.
Here below the main players of the roundtable:
- Giovanni La Varra - Professor at Politecnico di Milano and University of Udine, graduated ITT Chicago and Highrise Award with "Bosco Verticale";
- Giampietro Romano - Expertise of Italian Carabinieri in the protection of underwater cultural heritage;
- Romano Ferrari - President of FAI France;
- Giacomo Parrinello - Professor of environmental history at the Centre for history of the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Ecole Urbaine de SciencèsPo);
- Camilla Ponzano - Founder of #riprendiamociGenova.
In collaboration with Alumni TIME, Alumni Polimi Parigi schedules a discussion on the start-up topic, involving:
- Borna Scognamiglio –President and Co-fondatore - Pixis
- Marie Aichagui – Managing Director - Beauty Waps
- Antoine Vettes -Chief Executive Officer and Founder - UpSlide
An interesting article (in Italian) Ilsole24ore start-up.
In the centre of Paris, Alumni Polimi meets agains for the third Annual Meeting of the Association. The opening is made by board members of the Association and the meeting proceeds with excellent speeches focused on topic 'Building an international future'.
Welcome: Role of international networking and history of Association AlumniPolimi Paris:
- Enrico Zio - President of AlumniPolimi Association
The role of Italy in international organizations:
- E. Ambassador Alessandro Busacca -Permanent Rappresentative of Italy to the International Organizations and related Agencies in Paris;
- Isabella Palombini -Scientific Attaché of the International Organizations and related Agencies in Paris.
AlumniPolimi in France between innovation, technology and business:
- Stefano Agnelli - Director European Institutional Affairs - Eutelsat
- Annalisa Ambroso - Expert and Project Manager, - AREVA NP
- Giulio Biroli - Directeur de Recherche, Institut de Physique Théorique, - CEA
- Rocco Valentines - Co-Founder & Associate - MenoMenoPiu Architects
You are thinking about your career, you would like to give it a boost. During this evening, you will be able to ask experts and remove any doubts on your career management, in order to optimize your project of professional development.
In collaboration with Alumni T.I.M.E., with the special attendance of :
- Rosa Rossignol – Carnet d’Adresses RH
- Anne Marie Ronayne – Terra Connecta
Guided tour at the exhibition «Leonardo in France. The Master and his Pupils 500 years after crossing the Alps. 1516-2016» was opened on 21 September 2016 at the Italian Embassy in Paris at the presence of the Italian Minister for Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, Dario Franceschini, and of the French Minister of Culture and Communications, Audrey Azoulay. The exhibition was organised under the High Patronage of the Presidents of the Republic of Italy and France.
The event, organised in partnership with the Louvre Museum and with Italy’s major museums, falls within the framework of the actions of Italy’s cultural diplomacy for the promotion of its artistic heritage and is an expression of the commitment to valorise Italy’s and France’s common culture at European level.
The exhibition celebrates the anniversary of the world-renowned Master’s arrival in France and offers to the French and international public the most emblematic works by Leonardo and his pupils.
The exhibition juxtaposes works by Leonardo da Vinci and by his closest apprentices (Francesco Melzi, who followed him to France, and Gian Giacomo Caprotti, better known as Salai, who went to Amboise during Leonardo’s permanence in France), and displays Leonardo’s masterpieces “Head of a Woman”, also known as “La Scapigliata”, from the Gallery of Parma (in the Pilotta Monumental Complex), in an itinerary showing references to the three paintings that Leonardo brought to France (the Mona Lisa, St. John the Baptist, St. Anne). Leonardo exhibition in Paris
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[Hal Varian, Google's Chief Economist at The McKinsey Quarterly, January 2009]
AlumniPolimi Paris invites you to a dinner theme, Followed by a debate, about the impact of statistical prediction models on the complex dynamics of society, in a way comprehensible and appealing to an audience of non-specialists. How can a statistical model influence the products we need and buy, the technology we use, the way in cui we move and live our city? with:
• Piercesare Secchi (Full Professor, Director of the Mathematics Department, Politecnico di Milano)
• Lorenzo Ravagli (Quantitative Strategist, Societe Generale)
• Lionel Texier (Associate Director at R & A - Risk & Analysis)
• Erwan Le Quentrec (Head of Enterprise & Customer Relationship R & D Unit, Orange France)
Meeting promoted by Confindustria Young Entrepreneurs, organized by the Italian Embassy in Paris, in order to renew the ties with "expats".
Invited Alumni Polimi Paris under40:
• the debate, with the interview to some Polimi during the radio broadcast of Sergio Nava "Young Talents" Radio24 of 23/6.
• the articles and the links (IlSole24Ore, Confindustria, Radio 24, Blog))