The Alumni of Politecnico di Milano are a fundamental support to helping growing the University in Italy and in an international context. They are part of the social, economical and technological development of the Country.
If you are also one of the over 190,000 former students of the Politecnico di Milano, with a donation of 70, 120, 250, 500, 1.000 or 5.000€, you can support the free activities and events created for all former students of the University.
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Take part in the free events organized for all former students of the Politecnico di Milano:
Participate in Digital Talks: four cycles of meetings with Alumni and experts from all over the world to talk about polytechnic research, discover the professional evolutions of today's world, experience the international soul of Politecnico Alumni and discuss topics of innovation, human capital, entrepreneurship and society in a continuous exchange of knowledge and experiences.
Take part in the Convention of the Alumni: the annual appointment of the Politecnico di Milano with the Alumni. Through dialogue with its graduates, the Polytechnic opens up a space for sharing that stimulates reflection on its path of innovation and on the professional growth of Alumni, with the pragmatic approach linked to polytechnic know-how.
Find your former classmates at Reunions: two special days to return to the Politecnico and re-embrace your own university
Students at Politecnico study while flying. Support them by getting back P92DAER in the sky: plane, classroom and lab, a one of a kind project!
The fundraising campaign in memoriam of Marco Seclì is aimed at supporting students of Mathematical Engineering of our University living outside Milan and commuting everyday in the city to study.
Dynamis PRC is the Formula Student team of Politecnico di Milano. Consisting of more than one hundred engineering students each year, the team designs and builds a formula-style racing prototype. It ranks as the first Italian team and fourth in the world in the combustion category. In 2020 the team switched to a fully electric prototype, obtaining a third place in Formula Student Online, the replacement event organized to make up for the lack of physical races.
The team of Politecnico di Milano participates in the first car race for autonomous vehicles
39 universities from 11 different countries will partecipate in the Indy Autonomous Challenge. 1.5 million dollars to be won by programming the sportscar Dallara IL_15.