Venues

Facoltà di Giurisprudenza - Aula Magna

La Sala conferenze della Facoltà di Giurisprudenza è stata inaugurata nell'ottobre del 2006 nella nuova ala progettata lungo via Rosmini dall'architetto Mario Botta. Con i suoi 370 posti complessivi è la sede ideale per convegni ed eventi della facoltà ma anche dell'ateneo. Moderna e versatile, può essere divisa in due aule separate tramite una parete scorrevole. È attrezzata con cabina per la traduzione simultanea, sala regia e completa di impianti audio video, telecamere a circuito chiuso e per videoconferenza, collegamenti telefonici e Internet. La nuova sede dispone anche di una grande hall dove si trova la reception della facoltà, un guardaroba e lo spazio per l'organizzazione di coffee-break e buffet lunch. L'aula Magna presenta gradoni alti 12,5 cm e profondi 97 cm; la zona relatori non è accessibile. Sono presenti ascensori dislocati in più punti della Facoltà che permettono di raggiungere tutti i piani. Presenza di rampe interne ed esterne con pendenza dal 6.3% al 7.7% e lunghezza da un minimo di 355 cm ad un massimo di 395 cm. I servizi igienici a piano terra sono attrezzati con maniglioni su entrambe i lati del wc (alto 49 cm). Su tutti i piani sono presenti bagni dedicati. I parcheggi riservati a persone con disabilità sono in via Verdi e in via Rosmini.

Address

Via Antonio Rosmini, 27 e 33 Trento, TN Italy

46.0675016 11.118894299999965

Events

31 11:00

Nationalism: at the origins of an idea

introduced by Carlo Martinelli Macron’s nationalism appears very different from Trump’s. To understand the reasons, it is useful to go back to the origin of the concept of modern European political thought, and to the distinction between...
31 15:00

Is secular stagnation in our future? Lessons from the past

introduced by Andrea Fracasso The question of whether industrialized economies can continue to grow has been discussed in the past ten years, as growth rates have slowed down. Some economists have argued that the advanced economies are doomed to...
31 17:00

Balance of power: states, societies and the narrow corridor to liberty

coordinated by Alessandro Barbera This talk will argue that the foundations of institutions that protect individual liberty and create an environment conducive to economic growth are not in clever institutional designs or top-down development of...
31 18:30

Globalisation and universalism: the new frontiers between the right and the left

introduced by Giorgio Zanchini In the last few decades economic globalisation has not been accompanied by universalism of human and welfare rights. The gap has encouraged favoured the establishment of populism and nationalism and has called into...
01 14:30

How Many “Eurozone” Economies?

organised by INET speakers: Matteo Cavallaro, Mustafa Erdem Sakinç, Anna Maria Simonazzi This panel analyzes political and economic factors that play unexpectedly, play a major roles in the Eurozone. Little-noticed differences within and between...
01 16:30

Austerity, the euro and populism

coordinated by Roberto Bagnoli What are the prospects for the Euro and European fiscla policy co-ordination after the European elections? The popular support for the common currency has been increasing lately in most countries. But doesn't a...
01 18:30

Understanding religions as competing platforms: what has happened to religion in the world since the second world war?

introduced by Pietro Veronese Over the last 65 years there has been a large rise in the share of Muslims in the world population and a decline in the share of Christians, but the big story is not one about the former growing at the expense of the...
02 10:00

The third pillar. how markets and the state leave the community behind

organised by Egea discussed with Luigi Guiso, Pier Carlo Padoan coordinated by Tonia Mastrobuoni