Is SISSA a good institute?

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Is SISSA a good institute?

According to the U.S News and World Report “2021 Best Global Universities Rankings” SISSA confirms its excellence. SISSA is also ranked 55th in Best Global universities in Europe and 148th in Best Global Universities out of 1500 worldwide institutions.

Is sissa prestigious?

According to a report just published by Nature Index the institute also ranked among the top ten in Europe. SISSA scored first place in Italy, seventh in Europe and among the Top 50 “Young Universities” in the world.

What does sissa mean?

What is the meaning of the name Sissa? The name Sissa is primarily a female name of American origin that means Diminutive Form Of Cecilia. Also a nickname for sister or a person who is cowardly.

What does sissa stand for?

Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati
International School for Advanced Studies

Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati
Director Prof. Andrea Romanino (s. 2021)
Administrative staff 88
Location Trieste , Italy
Website www.sissa.it

How long has the SISSA been training students?

For more than 40 years, SISSA has been training students and early career researchers, giving them the instruments to pursue their own path of excellence. And now, as leaders in their own fields, our SISSA alumni will recount their own success story…

When is the next SISSA colloquium at MIT?

The next SISSA colloquium will be held Thursday June 10, and will feature Gigliola Staffilani, the Abby Rockefeller Mauze Professor at MIT. Title: The Schrödinger…

Who is the director of the SISSA center?

Spergel is the Director of the Center for Computational… SISSA Colloquium with Riccardo Sabatini, titled “Towards genome scale drug design” Riccardo Sabatini is a world renown scientist and entrepreneur specialized in…

Are there any lectures going on at SISSA?

Lectures and Colloquia are ongoing at SISSA despite the limitations due to the pandemic. Here the full list of events planned in 2020 and 2021 is available. Giulio Regeni was a scientist like us. We hope his cruel death may serve to focus our attention on the need to respect human rights.

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