Circle Of Donors is the Politecnico di Milano program dedicated to donors that wish to support the best graduate students by financing scholarships together with a personal support of mentoring.
Selected students receive 10.000 euros for the both year of their degree course.
Each Donor that wishes to join the program Circle Of Donors committs to donate 2.000 euros per year for 5 year and will meet twice a year selected students sharing experience and advice for their professional future.
Il programma, lanciato nel 2016, coinvolge ad oggi 29 Donatori che hanno donato un totale di 341.500 euro in borse di studio:
Roberto Beltrame | AD Microelettrica Scientifica
Roberto Biondi | Partner – Global head of Financing Group Permira
Andrea Brentan | Director Atlantica Yield – Senior Advisor Bain Capital
Alessandro Cattani | CEO Esprinet
Paolo Cederle | Vice President Everis Italia
Paolo Enrico Colombo | Partner Quence
Giampaolo Dallara | Founder and President Dallara Automobili
Enrico Deluchi | DG – Polihub
Luigi Ferrari | CEO Lima Corporate
Guglielmo Fiocchi | CEO and Founder GF4BIZ
Aldo Fumagalli Romario | President and CEO Sol
Mario Gaia | Founder & honorary Chairman Turboden
Livio Gallo | Head of Enel Global Infrastructure and Networks
Nicola Gavazzi | Managing Director and Country Manager Russell Reynolds
Luciano Gobbi | Senior Advisor Landmark Group
Alberto Iperti | President Terna Rete Italia
Mauro Longobardo | CEO Officer AMTPJ – AMI FZE – VP Tubular Products Arcelormittal
Andrea Lovato | CEO Tenova
Massimo Lucchina | Executive Director Samsung Electronics
Andrea Manfredi | Internal Auditor Intesa San Paolo
Marco Milani | President Vallespluga
Riccardo Monti | President BCG – The Boston Consulting Group
Claudio Salini | Founder S.A.L.C.
Stefano Salteri | Former CEO Wincor Nixdorf
Francesco Starace | AD Enel
Enrico Zampedri | AD Metra
Enrico Zio | President Alumni Politecnico di Milano
In a.y. 2020/21 two students received the scholarship:
Gabriele Zanoletti | Graduate in Electrical Engineering | Current graduate student in Electronics
Paolo Morreale | Graduate in Energy Engineering | Current graduate student in in Building and Architectural Engineering
For a total of 16 students that since 2016, were supported by the program Circle:
Alessio Durante | Winner in 2016 | Graduate in Electrical Engineering
Giulia Realmonte | Winner in 2016 | Graduate in Energy Engineering
Serena Farina | Winner in 2017 |Graduate in Electronics Engineering
Alberto Lucchini | Winner in 2017 | Graduate in Automation and Control Engineering
Andrea Sassella | Winner in 2018 | Graduate in Automation and Control Engineering
Lorenzo Amadori| Winner in 2018 | Graduate in Ingegneria Meccanica | Currently enrolled in a graduate course in Mechanical Engineering
Daniele Loda| Winner in 2018 | Graduate in Ingegneria Elettronica | Currently enrolled in a graduate course in Electronics Engineering
Riccardo Galvani | Winner in 2018 | Graduate in Biomedical Engineering
Andrea Ticozzi | Winner in 2018 | Graduate in Automation and Control Engineering
Jacopo Pio Gargano | Winner in 2018 | Graduate in Computer Science and Engineering
Marina Nikolic | Winner in 2018 | Graduate in Ingegneria Informatica | Currently enrolled in a graduate course in Computer Science and Engineering
Tommaso Marchesi | Winner of Prize Salini 2018 | Graduate in Ingegneria Civile
Paolo Cattaneo | Winner 2019 | Graduated in Ingegneria Fisica | Currently enrolled in a graduate degree course in Engineering Physics
Massimo Terzi | Winner in 2019 | Graduated in Ingegneria dell’Automazione | Currently enrolled in a graduate degree course in Automation and Control Engineering
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