March 18, 2024

Join the information meeting about the Summer School in Off-Highway Vehicle Design!

We are pleased to invite all students interested in exploring the dynamic world of Off-Highway Vehicle Design to join us for an informative meeting on March 18, 2024.

This event, which will be held online from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (UTC +01:00), is open to all enthusiastic students who want to gain insight into the upcoming Summer School organized by MUNER.

The meeting will feature speakers such as Soundous Drissi, Project Manager at MUNER, Michael Mattetti, Professor at Unibo and Director of the Summer School, and representatives from Fondazione Marco Biagi, who will provide valuable information on the registration process.

MUNER is always interested in and promotes new technological solutions from the automotive industry to meet the challenges of climate change. Off-highway vehicles play a crucial role in achieving the EU’s Sustainable Development Goals by reducing the burden of fossil fuels on agriculture.

To this end, the Summer School in Off-Highway Vehicle Design aims to engage and attract a new generation of experts in the off-highway vehicle industry. The school offers a comprehensive immersion into the world of off-highway vehicles, providing participants with invaluable insight and hands-on experience.

The program, scheduled for May 27-31, 2024, will be held at various locations, including Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences in Bologna (Unibo), the Department of Engineering Enzo Ferrari in Modena (UNIMORE), and CNH Industrial’s headquarters in Modena. Attendees can look forward to engaging sessions that combine theoretical knowledge with hands-on experience, showcasing the rich history and innovative advances of the Italian off-highway vehicle sector.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the Summer School and how you can help shape the future of off-highway vehicle design. Mark your calendars and join us for an enriching session on March 18th:

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