Sapienza University of Rome, founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII, is one of the oldest universities in the world and a high performer among the largest universities in international rankings. The main campus was opened in 1935. It is the largest in Europe, within it teaching activities are integrated with libraries, museums and comprehensive student services. Sapienza carries out outstanding scientific research in most disciplines, achieving impressive results both on a national and international level.
Specifically, the Department of Astronautical, Electrical and Energy Engineering (DIAEE) of Sapienza University is participating in the YENESIS project. DIAEE promotes and coordinates scientific research, academic teaching, PhD courses, and third parties in the following areas: Energy and Environment, Energy Saving and Distributed Micro Generation, Renewable Energy Sources, Heating and Cooling Power Plants, Risk analysis, Energy Planning and Management, GIS Analysis, etc. DIAEE Department has a multiyear and multidisciplinary experience in energy analysis, hybrid energy systems, building performance assessment and historical building refurbishment. In the last decades, it collaborated with several national and local public administrations (i.e. Italian Ministries, Regions, Municipalities, etc.) developing national and international scientific projects. DIAEE has extensive experience in participating in and coordinating EU co-funded projects in programmes such as HORIZON 2020, ENPICBCMED, Interreg, etc. Only in the last 3 years, it was involved in more than 10 EU projects. With academic staff from a range of disciplines, together with a highly experienced administration, DIAEE combines a breadth of technical expertise with a high level of project management competence.
Contact details:
Project Manager: Davide Astiaso Garcia
Tel: +39 0649918641
Mob: +39 3492303498
Organisation address: Via Eudossiana, 18 – 00184 Roma (ITALY)


YENESIS benefits from a € 2.3 M grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants. The project aims at creating employment opportunities for NEETs in islands


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