Revolutionizing the technologies for health: the four MUR initiatives complementary to the PNRR

June 21, 2023 | 15:30-16:30
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Lorenzo Chiari, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Energia Elettrica e dell'Informazione "Guglielmo Marconi", Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna

Valeria Panebianco, Dipartimento di Scienze Radiologiche, Oncologiche ed Anatomo-Patologiche, Università la Sapienza, Roma

Fabio Previdi, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Gestionale, dell'Informazione e della Produzione, Università di Bergamo, Bergamo

Paolo Ravazzani, Istituto di elettronica e di ingegneria dell'informazione e delle telecomunicazioni (IEIIT) , CNR


As part of the National Investment Plan complementary to the PNRR, the Italian Ministry of University and Research MUR has activated four research initiatives on innovative technologies and innovative pathways in the health and welfare fields.
The objectives of all four initiatives are as such to systematize the strengthening of research on enabling technologies in the health sector to improve diagnosis, monitoring, treatments, including rehabilitation. The 4 research topics concern in particular robotics and digital tools, remote monitoring, process re-engineering and data mining.
This round table has the objective to present the 4 initiatives that aim to revolutionize health technologies: Fit4medrob Fit For Medical Robotics, Dare - Digital Lifelong Prevention, D3 4 Health Digital Driven Diagnostics, Prognostics And Therapeutics For Sustainable Health Care, Anthem: Advanced Technologies For Human-Centred Medicine.

Companies meet the GNB

June 22, 2023 | 14:30-15:30
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Roberto Bizzotto, Istituto di Neuroscienze, CNR


Luca Fattore, Exemplar

Andrea Tiso, Inventis

Wagenhuber Britta, Sanofi


Third Mission represents the economic and social mission of universities and their contribution to communities and territories. A relevant chapter of this contribution is dedicated to companies and industries and mostly deals with technology transfer. Contemporarily, companies are today contributing to the research activities of universities by providing instrumentation, devices, software and technical skills.
In the field of bioengineering, the main bridge between the two realities is built by bioengineers, getting their degree from universities, bringing their knowledge to the companies, and turning back to universities to improve the collaboration between the two entities and its fruits. This special session is aimed at strengthening the bidirectional exchange between companies and universities, providing a unique channel of communication between them and specifically involving the bioengineers of the future.