Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

Diparimento di Ingegneria Chimica, dei Materiali e della Produzione Industriale


Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (UNINA) is among the oldest Universities worldwide, founded by Frederick II of Hohenstaufen in 1224. The University of Naples Federico II is the third biggest Universities in Italy, offering courses in essentially all academic disciplines through 155 bachelor (Laurea) and master (Laurea Magistrale) programs. The University consists of four Schools and 26 Departments which operate as semi independent bodies for management of teaching and research missions. Current student enrollment totals at nearly 80000. The number of Faculty members totals at about 2500.
The Department of Chemical, Materials and Industrial Production Engineering (DICMAPI) was established in 2013 by merging the former Department of Chemical Engineering and Department of Materials and Industrial Production Engineering. It is one of the top Italian educational and scientific centres, developing world class teaching and research in chemical engineering, materials, production processes and industrial management. DICMaPI consists of 73 faculties, 21 Staff and Technicians, 20 Post-docs and 129 PhD students. DICMAPI has established a permanent cooperative network with leading research institutions in Italy and worldwide. Among them, there is a close link with the Combustion Research Institute of National Research Council, based on shared competences, projects, personnel and research infrastructures

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