European Conference on Nanoelectronics and Embedded Systems for Electric Mobility

The Electric Mobility Week will take place in Bologna, Italy from 24 September to 28 September 2012.


The ENIAC and ARTEMIS Project Workshops will be held on 24, 27, 28 September 2012 at:

Camplus Bononia

Via Sante Vincenzi, 49

40138 Bologna, Italy

HOW TO GET TO Camplus Bononia


Please register yourself for the European Conference and Nanoelectroncis and Embedded Systems for Electric Mobility at: NESEM 2012 Registration Form.

The Conference will
take place on 25 September - 26 September 2012 at:

University of Bologna

Faculty of Engineering: Aula Magna

Viale del Risorgimento, 2

40136 Bologna, Italy



The building of the Faculty of Engineering is an important example of the 19th century architecture. It was designed by Giuseppe Vaccaro and opened in 1935. Especially noteworthy is the tower, an impressive architectural element which now hosts the library.


Bologna is the principal city (capital) of the Emilia-Romagna Region in Northern Italy. Bologna is a lively and cosmopolitan Italian college city, with spectacular history, art, cuisine, music, and culture. It is the seventh largest city in terms of population in Italy and it is the heart of a metropolitan area (officially recognized by the Italian government as a metropolitan city) of about 1,000,000 inhabitants. The urban sprawl of Bologna, including nearby Modena, whose metropolises are adjoining, is continuously expanding.


The city, the first settlements of which date back to at least one millennium before Christ, has always been an important urban center, first under the Etruscans (Velzna/Felsina) and the Celts (Bona), then under the Romans (Bononia), then again in the Middle Ages, as a free municipality (for one century it was the fifth largest European city based on population). Home to the oldest university in the world, University of Bologna, founded in 1088, Bologna hosts thousands of students who enrich the social and cultural life of the city. Famous for its towers and lengthy porticoes, Bologna has a well-preserved historical centre (one of the largest in Italy) thanks to a careful restoration and conservation policy which began at the end of the 1970s, on the heels of serious damage done by the urban demolition at the end of the 19th century as well as that caused by wars.


An important cultural and artistic center, its importance in terms of landmarks can be attributed to homogenous mixture of monuments and architectural examples (medieval towers, antique buildings, churches, the layout of its historical center) as well as works of art which are the result of a first class architectural and artistic history. Bologna is also an important transportation crossroad for the roads and trains of Northern Italy, where many important mechanical, electronic and nutritional industries have their headquarters and is the first Italian city and the 47th European city in terms of its economic growth rate.


Bologna is home to prestigious cultural, economic and political institutions as well as one of the most impressive trade fair districts in Europe. In 2000 it was declared European capital of culture and in 2006, a UNESCO “city of music”. The city of Bologna was selected to participate in the Universal Exposition of Shanghai 2010 together with 45 other cities from around the world. Bologna is also one of the wealthiest cities in Italy, often ranking as one of the top cities in terms of quality of life in the country: it was ranked 5th in 2006, and 12th in 2007, out of 103 Italian cities. In 2011 Bologna was ranked 1st out of 107 Italian cities (Wikipedia).