Summer course of environmental engineering for Development (SeeD)

SeeD is the field mission of the course Engineering for International Sustainable Development: Methods and Project Work (12 ECTS) of the track  Environmental Sustainability and International Cooperation of the Master Degree in Environmental Engineering of the University of Trento.

The project is organized and held in cooperation with local partners (Universities, NGO, CSO) and takes place in the field for about two weeks.  The main aim of this experience is to put into practice the theoretical notions learned, while learning to interact with several public/private actors and to manage multidisciplinary projects in multicultural contexts.

The Vigliani family supports the SeeD program in memory of Dr. Piergiorgio Vigliani.

2020

Italy, Calabria

Irrigation, Fluvial engineering

In collaboration with:

2019

India, Kerala

Flood, Landslide

2018

Kosovo, Peja

Hydropower, Water Resources

2017

Ethipia, Embdibir

Rural aqueduct, Water Resources

In collaboration with:

EmCs secretariat of diocese of Embdibir in Ethiopia

2016

Dominican Republic, Boya

Rural aqueduct, Irrigation

In collaboration with:

2015

Albania, Lalzit bay

Coast erosion, Fluvial engineering

2014

Tanzania, Mkuru

Rural aqueduct

2013

Albania, Vermosh

Landslide, Fluvial engineering

2012

Uganda, Koboko

Geo-hydrological risk

In collaboration with:

2011

Tanzania, Pemba

Water Resources Management

2010

Mozambique, Caia

WASH

2009

Serbia, Rudno

Waste

In collaboration with:

2008

Mozambique, Caia

WASH

2007

Kosovo, Peja

Water Resources Management

In collaboration with:

2006

Mozambique, Caia

WASH

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