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SCHNEEBERGER partners with Sapienza Università di Roma

SCHNEEBERGER partners with Sapienza Università di Roma

We are thrilled to share that SCHNEEBERGER has embarked on a groundbreaking partnership with the esteemed Sapienza Università di Roma (University of Rome "La Sapienza"), a symbol of academic brilliance and pioneering innovation in Europe.

In a recent meeting that marked a milestone, Tobias Daniel and Claudio Lo Vercio from SCHNEEBERGER had the honor of discussing future collaborations with Professor Ruta, Professor Massi, and Doctor Tonazzi from the esteemed Facoltà di Ingegneria La Sapienza di Roma. Founded in 1303 by Pope Bonifacio VIII, La Sapienza stands as Europe's largest university in terms of enrollment, boasting over 122,000 students. Its rich history and significant contributions to education and research make it a vital institution not only in Italy but across Southern Europe. La Sapienza is renowned for its extensive funding, cutting-edge laboratories, and comprehensive libraries.

The university's global recognition for academic excellence is underscored by its impressive roster of notable alumni, including Nobel Laureates and leading figures in politics and various fields. Its commitment to excellence is evident in its consistent high rankings, such as being in the top 100 for QS World University Rankings for Graduate Employability in 2018 and named the best Italian University in 2022 and 2023.

This collaboration marks a significant step towards fostering innovation and underscores our commitment to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and technology. Together, SCHNEEBERGER and La Sapienza will harness our combined resources, expertise, and networks to spearhead transformative projects and initiatives.

We are enthusiastic about the myriad opportunities this partnership will unlock for both institutions. By aligning with La Sapienza, we not only enhance our innovation ecosystem but also contribute to nurturing the next generation of leaders and innovators in their respective domains.