Università di Roma Tor Vergata

INTERNATIONAL CBRNe MASTER COURSES

Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and explosive

Department of Industrial Engineering and School of Medicine and Surgery

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EUProtect (2019 - expected 2021)

The proposal “EUProtect” will be financed by the European Union under the programme ISFP-2018-AG-CT (H2020).

The proposal “EUProtect” will be financed by the European Union under the programme ISFP-2018-AG-CT (H2020). 

The goal of EUProtect is to develop new concepts of urban landscape design aiming at reducing the vulnerability of public spaces against terrorist threats, taking into account the recent rapid changes in terrorism threats. Special care will be paid to citizens, through modelling and simulation of their behaviour in the event of terrorist attacks. This will include virtual assessment of different protection measures. Soft target use-cases have been involved for the scope and include a metro station. This will bring to the development of measures applicable to different targets, covering both standard and CBRN attacks. Best practice guidelines will be produced, aiming at providing advice to security stakeholders for reducing the risk of an attack and introducing proper measures for citizens and soft targets protection. Finally the decision-making community will be addressed through a specific dissemination effort to enhance the awareness of terrorist threats and scenarios facing soft targets.
Univeristy of Rome Tor Vergata will share its expertise in CBRN matters and training to support EUProtect, that is coordinated by Stam srl (www.stamtech.com) and run in cooperation with:

Istituto Affari Internazionali (www.iai.it), Metro de Madrid SA (www.metromadrid.es/en), APF SOLUCIONES DE GESTION SL (www.apfingenieria.com) and Paulinyi-Reith & Partners Zrt. Hungary (www.p-rp.hu).

The  project will start in October 2019. 
Stay tuned for updates on EUProtect!

Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Industrial Engineering Department
(Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale)
Via del Politecnico, 1 - 00133 Roma

By Car

  • Coming from the
    ROME-NAPLES highway

    Coming from the
    ROME-NAPLES highway

    • Take the TORRENOVA exit, drive to the traffic light and turn left (towards "Casilina").
    • Continue on "via di Passolombardo" and follow the signs to the Engineering School ("Ingegneria").
  • Coming from
    Rome's Ring (G.R.A.)

    Coming from
    Rome's Ring (G.R.A.)

    • Inside lane (decreasing exit numbers): take "Roma-Napoli" highway exit and, on the ramp, turn left to "Romanina". After passing over the ring, take "via Stanford" and follow the signs to "via della Sorbona". At the first roundabout, take the first exit (left) to "via del Politecnico".
    • Outside lane (ascending exit numbers): take the "Romanina" exit and, after passing over the ring, take "via Stanford" and follow the signs to "via della Sorbona". At the first roundabout, take the first exit (left) to "via del Politecnico".

By Public Transport

  • From the LEONARDO DA VINCI
    (FIUMICINO) airport

    From the LEONARDO DA VINCI
    (FIUMICINO) airport

    • Take the Rome-Fiumicino train ("Leonardo Express") at the airport to the terminal (Termini central station).
    • Take subway line A towards "Anagnina" and get off at "Anagnina" (last stop).
    • Take bus 20 Express and get off at "via Cambridge"'s second stop.
  • From
    CIAMPINO airport

    From
    CIAMPINO airport

    • Take the airport shuttle bus to the "Anagnina" subway stop (line A terminal).
    • Take bus 20 Express and get off at "via Cambridge"'s second stop.
  • From Rome's Central Train Station
    TERMINI

    From Rome's Central Train Station
    TERMINI

    • Take subway line A towards "Anagnina" and get off at "Anagnina" (last stop).
    • Take bus 20 Express and get off at "via Cambridge"'s second stop.

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