The Department of Management - Ca' Foscari University of Venice - is pleased to invite you to the public event of the MIMOSA (Maritime and multimodal sustainable passenger transport solutions and services) Italy-Croatia project:
When: Friday 14th of October, 9:30 AM - 2:45 PM
Where: Room "Mario Baratto" - Ca' Foscari University (2nd floor), Dorsoduro 3246, Venice – Italy
Registration: Please register here
Working languages: Italian and English (simultaneous translation will be provided)
Following the institutional greetings of Tiziana Lippello, Rector of Ca' Foscari University and Anna Flavia Zuccon, Managing Authority of the Italy‐Croatia Interreg Programme – Veneto Region, the October event will present the achieved results and future perspectives, by MIMOSA's researchers and partners.
In particular will be presented: the contribution of the MIMOSA project to the improvement of cross‐border connections between Italy and Croatia, with Paolo Dileno, Central European Initiative ‐ Executive Secretariat (CEI‐ES).; the carbon footprint analysis of the main routes between Italy and Croatia with Josip Dujmović, University of Rijeka – Faculty of Maritime Studies; The intermodality bike‐boat to support the maritime connections and the development of the cycling in the basin of the Adriatic, with Marco Padrini, Autonomous Friuli‐Venezia Giulia Region – Central Directorate for infrastructure and territory. Regional and local public transport service.
The keynote presentation "From the capitalization of the results of the 2014‐2020 Programme to the priorities of the new Programming 2021‐2027" by Silvia Comiati, Joint Secretariat of the Italy‐Croatia Interreg Programme ‐ Veneto Region, will conclude the first session. The second session will open with the round table "relevance of territorial cooperation programmes in solving cross-border problems", moderated by Massimiliano Angelotti, Autonomous Friuli‐Venezia Giulia Region – Central Directorate for infrastructure and territory. Regional and local public transport service. Discussing: Antonio Revedin, Veljko Radić, Luca Di Benedetto, Alessandro Morace, Pier Paolo Pentucci, Andrea Ballarin.
Andrea Stocchetti, scientific coordinator of Ca’ Foscari university research team will conclude the event.