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2015 Schedule & Venues

The schedule is tentative, and could change slightly during the Conference. More details coming soon.
You can find a list of all the venues below.

 

SUNDAY, 10th May
20.00 – Welcome Aperitivo @ Serendepico [included in the fee]

 

MONDAY, 11th May
  9.00 – Registration @ Bocconi University, via Gobbi 5
10.00 – Opening Ceremony @ Aula Magna Bocconi
13.00 – Lunch
14.00 – Committee Session with Guest Speaker
16.00 – Coffee Break
16.30 – Committee Session
18.30 – End of debates
20.00 – Italian Night @ La Fabbrica [included in the fee]

 

TUESDAY, 12th May
  9.00 – Committee Session
11.00 – Coffee Break
11.30 – Committee Session
13.00 – Lunch
14.00 – Committee Session with Guest Speaker
16.00 – Coffee break
16.30 – Committee Session
18.30 – End of debates
20.00 – Aperitivo @ Just Cavalli

 

WEDNESDAY, 13th May
  9.00 – Committee Session
11.00 – Coffee Break
11.30 – Committee Session
13.00 – Lunch
14.00 – Committee Session with Guest Speaker
16.00 – Coffee break
16.30 – Committee Session
18.30 – End of debates
20.00 – Gala Night @ Hotel dei Cavalieri [included in the fee]

 

THURSDAY, 14th May
  9.00 – Committee Session
11.00 – Coffee Break
11.30 – Committee Session
13.00 – Lunch
14.00 – Committee Session
16.00 – Coffee break
16.30 – Committee Session
18.30 – End of debates
19.30 – Cultural Night – Museo del Novecento + Aperitivo @ Bar Bianco

 

FRIDAY, 15th May
  8.30 – Arrival at EXPO Venue
10.00 – Closing Ceremony
13.00 – Free time to visit EXPO
20.30 – Closing Night – Aperitivo & Clubbing @ Old Fashion

 

Venues
Here you will find the main venues of our Conference. Click on the images to zoom, or click on the addresses to open them in Google Maps.

Bocconi University, “Biblioteca”
Via Ulisse Gobbi, 5
The Gobbi Building of the University, commonly reffered to as “Biblioteca”, is the place in which the Opening Ceremony will take place. The event will be held in the Aula Magna, located in the basement.

 

 

 

 

 

Serendepico
Piazza Castello, 1
Located in the square in front of the stunning Castello Sforzesco, Serendepico is a classy bar that will host our Welcome Aperitivo. Here you will have the chance to meet your Chairpersons, as well as the delegates of your same Committee. The place is easily reachable through the Red Line (MM1), Cairoli stop.

 

 

 

 

Fabbrica Pizzeria con Cucina
Alzaia Naviglio Grande, 70
Next to the Porta Genova FS stop, Green Line (MM2), and on the shore of Naviglio Grande, the heart of the “movida” in Milan, La Fabbrica is the place that will host our Italian Night.

 

 

 

 

 

Just Cavalli Club Milano
Via Luigi Camoens
Just Cavalli Restaurant & Club, location of the famous fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, is a reference point for the city of Milan for elite events. Designed by Italo Rota, the three excellences of Made in Italy come together: Fashion, Food and Design.

 

 

 

 

Hotel dei Cavalieri
Piazza Giuseppe Missori, 1
In Piazza Missori, which is a stop of the Yellow Line (MM3), and just 300 meters away from Piazza Duomo, Hotel dei Cavalieri is a historical four-star hotel conveniently located in the heart of Milan.

 

 

 

 

 

Museo del Novecento
Palazzo dell’Arengario – Via Marconi, 1
In Piazza Duomo, next to the famous Duomo di Milano, the “Museum of Twentieth Century” features one of the largest collections of Italian and international Twentieth Century’s art in Italy, as well as many international artists.

 

 

 

 

 

Bar Bianco
Viale Enrico Ibsen, 4
In the heart of Parco Sempione, on the eastern shore of the Lake, Bar Bianco is a small bar is modeled after a beach. Its “chill” atmosphere and beautiful view will accompany our Aperitivo.

 

 

 

 

 

Old Fashion Club
La Triennale di Milano – Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6
Located in the Palazzo dell’Arte of Milano in the heart of the historic Parco Sempione, Old Fashion has an inner surface of approximately 800 square meters split into two halls and a large private garden of 1300 square meters. It is considered one of the best clubs in Milan.

 

 

 

 

Rho Fiera (EXPO venue)
Rho, Baranzate MI
Easily reachable through the Red Line (MM1), Rho Fiera Milano stop, this new fair area is one of the biggest in Europe, with a surface of about 2 million square meters. Conceived by the architect Massimiliano Fuksas, the area will be well connected to the different areas of the city in order to make the access easier to visitors arriving from any place.

 

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