Academic Senate election
By Rectoral Decree the Rector convened the electoral body for the supplementary election of:
- 2 members of the Academic Senate belonging to the technical-scientific area
- 1 member of the Academic Senate belonging to the area of social sciences, humanities and law
who will serve for the 2019/2022 term. The vote will be held on Monday 12th April 2021.
Stand for election
Full-time professors of the University who are not in situations of incompatibility can be elected.
As required by art. 92 (3) of the University General Regulations, the academic structures are subdivided in:
a) technical-scientific area:
- Department of Physics
- Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering
- Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science
- Department of Industrial Engineering
- Department of Mathematics
- Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
- Cellular, Computational and Integrative Biology – CIBIO
b) area of social sciences, humanities and law:
- Department of Economics and Management
- Department Faculty of Law
- Department of Humanities
- Department of Sociology and Social Research.
Fixed-term professors can submit their candidacy, provided that they simultaneously commit in writing to opt, if elected, for full time. People in a situation of incompatibility may also present their candidacy, as long as they undertake to remove it if elected.
Entitled to vote
Tenured professors, tenured researchers and fixed term contract researchers as per Article 24 (3) (b) of Law 240/2010 are entitled to vote.
The right to vote is not precluded by leaves due of health or family reasons, research or study, secondment or incompatibility.
The requirements for exercising the right to vote must be possessed on the date of publication of the lists of the active electorate. The lists of the active and passive electorate are published at least 15 days before the start of the voting to allow the interested parties to report errors or omissions. The lists can be downloaded at the address https://webapps.unitn.it/AreeRiservate, folder “Ateneo”, subfolder “Elezioni suppletive Senato accademico”.
The candidates are:
1. Alberto Montresor – Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science
2. Francesco Pederiva – Department of Physics
3. Alberto Bellin – Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering
social sciences, humanities and law area
1. Gabriella Berloffa – Department of Economics and Management.
The vote will be held online, on Monday 12th April 2021 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., by connecting to the address https://elezioni.unitn.it/, through the online voting system Helios Voting.
Each voter can express only one preference for a candidate from their area.
Voting is valid whatever the number of voters.
Election of the Rector
By Decree no. 1 of 29 December 2020, the Doyen of the University of Trento, Remo Job, convened the electoral body for the election of the Rector who will serve for the 2021-2027 term.
The voting schedule is as follows:
First round of voting: Tuesday, 23 February 2021, from 9.00 to 17.30
Second round of voting (if necessary): Wednesday, 24 February 2021, from 9.00 to 17.30
Third round of voting (if necessary): Thursday, 25 February 2021, from 9.00 to 17.30
Ballot (if necessary): Friday, 26 February 2021, from 9.00 to 17.30
Under article 5, paragraph 8, of the University Charter, and article 48 of the University regulation, the following are entitled to vote:
a) tenured professors, tenured researchers and fixed term contract researchers as per Article 24 (3) (b) of Law 240/2010;
b) fixed-term contract researchers as per Article 24 (3) (a) of Law 240/2010, researchers as per Law 230/2005, doctoral students, and research fellows as per Article 22 of Law 240/2010. The votes expressed by this group are weighted so that they represent 2% of the votes expressed by the voters in letters (a) and (d) of this paragraph. The weighted votes given to each candidate are rounded up or down to the nearest whole number;
c) management staff, technicians, administrative staff and language experts, who are employed by the University on contracts of employment. Their votes are weighted so that they represent 4% of the votes expressed by the voters in letters (a) and (d) of this paragraph. The weighted votes given to each candidate are rounded up or down to the nearest whole number;
d) the members of the Student Council.
Individuals who are on a leave for health reasons or to care for a family member, for study or research or other reasons, maintain the right to vote.
The list of individuals entitled to vote is available on the website of the University https://webapps.unitn.it/AreeRiservate in the folder named Ateneo/Elezioni Rettore, as well as at the Central Management (Direzione generale) – Ufficio Supporto Organi collegiali - Via Calepina 14, Trento.
Any errors or omissions must be reported to the Doyen (by email to uff.organicollegiali [at] unitn.it) who will examine and correct them as required.
By decree no. 2 of 2021, the Doyen appointed the Central electoral committee.
Voting will be online.
The vote will be held online, by connecting to the address https://elezioni.unitn.it/, through the online voting system Helios Voting.
You can vote from any recent device connected to the Internet, using your UniTrento username and password.
Below you can find the voting guide, the Decree of the Doyen which sets out the voting procedures and the information on the processing of personal data carried out as part of the online voting procedures for the election of the Rector.
Two candidatures were received for the position of Rector for the 2021-2027 term, from:
- Flavio Deflorian, full professor of Materials science and technologies at the Department of Industrial Engineering;
- Massimiliano Sala, full professor of Algebra at the Department of Mathematics.
Below are the documents submitted by the candidates which are published, together with the evaluation of the Committee for Candidates for the Rectorship, in compliance with the Decree of the President of the Board of Directors no. 3 of 24 December 2020.
The Committee for Candidates for the Rectorship approved the candidates' profiles in a meeting that took place on 22 December 2020.
Discussion forum (using your University credentials): https://groups.google.com/a/unitn.it/g/f...
Online meetings with the candidates (using your University credentials):
20th January 2021
21st January 2021
25th January 2021
27th January 2021
28th January 2021
17th February 2021
The results of the elections can be found in the document below.