Exhibitors 2022


Making Future Flights

Making Future Flights

At the beginning of the 1900s, citizens began to drive cars after having acquired a license and an insurance. From 2021, the European Regulation 2020/746 similarly agrees to fly, starting the democratic revolution of the air! With Making Future Flights, 60 students have built 60 planes (removable, 1.36m wingspan, 40 minutes autonomy) and paper (or vegetable) aerostructures controlled by smartphones, experimenting with aerodynamic principles and different piloting styles with flight simulators. The course, differentiated for Junior and Senior, aims to consolidate soft skills and to bring STEM subjects to life by gamification.


Making Future Flights

Istituto Massimiliano Massimo

MakingOpen.net, based on Istituto M. Massimo school of the Jesuit fathers in Rome, is a team of professional volunteers (engineers, professors, doctors, entrepreneurs, ....) devoting for free at organizing open -source courses related to hi-tec humanitarian projects.
The courses, widely reported on television and in the national and international press (TG1 main editions, TGR, Rai News, Isoradio, Washington Post, Repubblica, Corriere, Libero, EWTN US channel, 6ABC US Channel, ...), involves about 60 students per year from 9 to 16 years old, mainly lead by of Claudio Becchetti, Paolo De Gregorio, Fausto Poletto, Fabio Topani with the support of other 15 professional volunteers.



 Education
  P.19 (pav. P) - Istituto Massimiliano Massimo
 2022

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