Fiat announces lectures series on Design and Sustainable Mobility

Conferences 13 Nov 2012
Fiat announces lectures series on Design and Sustainable Mobility

Fiat has announced a series of lectures on the theme “Design and Sustainable Mobility”. The first one will take place tomorrow at the Turin Politecnico University.

The series of eight lectures, which is part of the “Fiat Likes U” project in collaboration with Italian ministries for Education and for Environment – will be be presented by Fiat designers, engineers and managers

The first lecture, presented by Fiat Group Vice President Design Center Roberto Giolito – is scheduled for tomorrow at 12AM and will be hosted at the Politecnico di Torino University, Cittadella del Design e della Mobilità Sostenibile, located in Corso Settembrini 178, Turin.

The event will also see the participation of Claudio Germak, Industrial Design professor at the Architecture and Design department of the Politecnico.

The lecture will be also available as a streaming video through and

The second lecture, titled “New rules in the automotive industry”, will take place on Tuesday November 267, 2012 at the LUISS University in Rome.

(Source: Fiat)


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