IIT has established a number of Joint Laboratories with major international companies and R&D entities. In these laboratories a scientific and technological road map is developed jointly by IIT scientists and the R&D staff of the partner institutions.
Joint Labs List
created in Genoa in 2019 with the initial scope to scout for a project of common interest that was identified in 2020 and is therefore focused on wearable sensors for smart injections. Duration: 4 years.
created in Genoa in 2017 to develop actuations systems and materials for robotics and advanced manufacturing. Duration: 5 years.
established in 2020 for the development of new 3D physiological in vitro models (organ-on-a-chip) to study cellular and molecular mechanisms in physiological and pathological conditions by mimicking in vivo conditions.
created in Rome (IIT center CLNS) in 2014 to develop new microscopy techniques, with the aim to be able to use such microscopy techniques for early diagnosis of neurodegenerative pathologies. Duration: 2 years, extended.
created in Genoa in 2017 to research and development activities in the fields of advanced robotics and artificial intelligence applied to industrial automation in hostile environments. Duration: 4 years.
created in Ferrara in 2017 with the aim of developing novel electromedical systems for the stimulation and recording of the human central nervous system. Duration: 2 years, extended.
created in Milan in 2017, in collaboration with Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi ONLUS, to test companion robots with patients and other robotic solutions for rehabilitation. Duration: 3 years.
created in Genoa in 2019 to develop and realize a control framework able to allow a humanoid robot to help a human being in the execution of specific tasks. Duration: 3 years.
created in Genoa in 2017 to create AI application software to operate the IIT robotic platform smoothly in everyday scenarios such as medical/hospital help, information provision in shopping malls or airports, and home assistance. Duration: 3 years.
created in Genoa in 2013 in an agreement between IIT Rehab Technologies and INAIL to develop and implement new prosthetic, orthotic, and rehabilitation devices with a high technological impact. Duration: 3 years, extended.
created in Bergamo at Kilometro Rosso Innovation District with the aim to realize a teleoperated humanoid robot embedding most of the IIT technologies as a demonstrator for the Intellimech Consortium and its 30+ companies. Duration: 5 years.
created in 2018 to develop tests and rehabilitation technologies for young patients with visual impairment and for the analysis of their perceptive, motor, cognitive and neuropsychological abilities. Duration: 5 years.
created in 2020 on the topic of preclinical and clinical neuroplasticity to develop new protocols for rehabilitation of arm paralysis and cerebral neuromodulation after stroke.
created in Genoa in 2011, in collaboration with Istituto Giannina Gaslini, to develop technologies and clinical protocols aiming to investigate motor, perceptive and cognitive abilities in pediatrics subjects under normal or pathological conditions. Duration: 5 years, extended.
created in Genoa in 2014, the Nikon Imaging Centre at IIT (NIC@IIT) is a core facility for light microscopy. NIC@IIT addresses the needs of a wide community of scientists and professionals on an international level. Duration: 3 years, extended.
created in Genoa in 2019 with the aim to design and realize a Social Sign Communication Robot. Duration: 2 years.
created in Lecco (at the Novacart production site) in 2016, to develop novel cellulose-based substrates and to produce biocompatible/biodegradable food-grade containers with enhanced performance. Duration: 5 years.
created in Ferrara in 2017, is dedicated to research and development activities in the neuro-rehabilitation field and to develop new models of Action-Observation Therapy. Duration: 2 years.
created in Genoa in 2016 in collaboration with Moog, to develop next-generation actuation and control technologies for autonomous robots. Duration: 3 years, extended.