Young Italian Innovators Under 35 Award

On Tuesday, May 28th, the projects of young innovators coming from academic and corporate research will be awarded at Villa Guastavillani. Established by the Italian edition of MIT Technology Review, MIT’s magazine on innovation and technology, the Young Italian Innovators Under 35 Award is dedicated to the best young innovators of 2019, coming from the world of academic and business research.

The competition is open to all those who have an innovative project or who have already founded a company and need to build connections with other researchers, innovators and investors.


The main objectives of the contest are:

  • emphasize the importance of scientific research for economic and social development;
  • present the best ideas and innovative projects developed in Italy;
  • find financial resources to support research and innovation projects;
  • promote an entrepreneurial culture based on innovation.



9.30 a.m.  Welcome and Introduction

Alessandro Ovi, President, MIT Technology Review Italia
Riccardo Fini, Associate Dean for Entrepreneurship, BBS

9.40 a.m.  Presentations TR 35

12.00 a.m.  Summary

David Rotman, Editor at Large, MIT Technology Review

12.15 a.m.  Awarding



To confirm your participation, please register through the apposite form.