Politecnico Di Torino, Mu Nu

Mu Nu Chapter of IEEE-HKN is the first italian chapter. It was founded in March 2017 and it’s one of the few active chapters in Europe. Our members share the values upon which HKN is based and live in more than just a Chapter: we are a welcoming family where every elements fits in and contributes in his unique way.
Together we organize well appreciated tutoring sessions for assisting students in their preparation for the exams, public events, seminaries, hackathons and internal training events. We also like to put in practice the knowledge we acquired throughout our studies by designing autonomous driving robots or telegram bots.

We are always looking for new opportunities and chances to grow our network: do not hesitate to contact us!

Region: 8

Section: Turin

Founding Date: March 20, 2017

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Last Update: 7/1/2020

Turin

Turin is an important business and cultural centre in northern Italy.
It is the capital city of the Piedmont region and was the first Italian’s capital from 1861 to 1865. It is one of the most historical cities in Italy, being born as an ancient Roman colony. In the more recent history, Turin was the key for the unification and creation of the Italian Kingdom that later became the Italian Republic.
The city is today a palpitant heart in the Italian society and is well known for the Olympic Winter Games of 2006 and for being the headquarters of FIAT, Lancia and Alfa Romeo and many more great industries.

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what chapter members are saying

Founding this chapter has been the most fulfilling experience of my life, since it didn’t just create a common group of anonymous students, but a small family

Edoardo Operti

Joining HKN means being part of a group of great people: the opportunities to grow, to improve yourself or to simply have fun with a bunch of friends are countless.

Alessandro Scisca

When I joined the Mu Nu chapter I wasn't aware of how much it would have impacted my life: I consider my chapter first and foremost as a group of friends rather than an association.

Sandro Sartoni