‘Made in Polimi – Storie di Ingegneria Gestionale’ (Stories of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering) has just been inaugurated, the exhibition that tells of the creation and evolution of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano, in a time perspective of over 50 years.
This adventure, which really kicked off with the start of the degree programme in ‘Engineering of Industrial Technologies with an Organizational Economic Track’ whose 40th anniversary is being celebrated this year, was made possible thanks to the many professors who strongly believed in the project and enthusiastically built educational and research programmes that were profoundly innovative for the times in which they were conceived. The exhibition traces the most significant phases in five multimedia panels: degree programme, department, observatories, graduate school. A physical and digital place where we can rediscover the full awareness of our ‘roots’ on a daily basis, which are behind the imagination and the construction of our future.
The inauguration ceremony was opened by Alessandro Perego, Head of the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering and promoter of the project, together with the rector Ferruccio Resta and the newly elected rector Donatella Sciuto. Next Federico Bucci, Vice Rector and delegate for Cultural Policies, illustrated the project as a whole. Then the curators Umberto Bertelè, Armando Brandolese, Remigio Ruggeri, Emilio Bartezzaghi went into detail on the breakdown of the contents, the objectives and the method followed in the construction of the narrative, evoking some iconic episodes from the beginning. Before the ribbon cutting, Lola Ottolini the designer of the set-up concluded proceedings.
The exhibition is open to the public from Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 6 pm, in Via Lambruschini 4/b – Building BL26/b.
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Milano, 22 November 2022
Credit photo: Lab Immagine, Dipartimento di Design, Politecnico di Milano