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1. TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS
A series of results packaged as products and/or services in response to specific needs of the market, accompanied by advisory services – both academic and technological – or patented technology developed at the University and transferred together with custom training courses.
2. ADVICE AND CONSULTANCY
This is where the University’s services linked to its staff’s expertise and skills are presented. These services include advice, consultancy, in-company training, development of tools and applications or scientific and technical services.
3. INDUSTRIAL MSC AND PHD THESES
Enterprises can offer scholarships so that students complete their MSc/PhD theses working on a given specific challenge proposed by the enterprise. Our industrial partners can also benefit from the Industrial Doctorates Programme. Our group offers support in the development of smart solutions for complex real-life problems in the areas of logistics, transportation, and production as well as in the areas of distributed and parallel computing (including cluster, grid and cloud computing). Our smart solutions combine different analytics techniques, including: optimization, computer simulation, and data analysis/mining.
Examples of Industrial PhD Projects
- Smart solutions for gas delivery using a fleet of vehicles.
- Waste collection management in smart cities.
- Smart solutions for integrated vehicle packing and routing.
- Smart solutions for delivering in-house services using shared vehicles.
- And many more…
4. RESEARCH PARTNERS
Our group is always open to become a scientific partner in different R&D projects, both at domestic and international levels (e.g. Horizon 2020, etc.), related to the development of smart solutions in the areas of logistics, transportation, and production as well as in the areas of distributed and parallel computing (including cluster, grid and cloud computing).
They are tech- and knowledge-based companies involving University staff which exploit the results deriving from the University’s research and innovation activities.