Smart Manufacturing Innovation, Learning-labs, and Entrepreneurship
Smart Manufacturing Innovation, Learning-labs, and Entrepreneurship’s (SMILE) contextual focus is smart manufacturing (SM), the hallmark of the next industrial revolution, representing a cornerstone for economic competitiveness and growth in order to create jobs and improve the quality of life of citizens.
Entrepreneurial and innovation skills for developing the new value chains of mobility, health and manufacturing
With the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Agreement of Paris, the world agreed for the first time in history to act decisively and face the 2 most important challenges to which humanity faces today: achieving sustainable development and tackling the problem of climate change.
Increasing the entrepreneurial innovation capacity of higher education institutions in AI and data science in healthcare
Artificial Intelligence (AI) – including the use of big data, digital health, wearables and electronic health records in health care and research – is rapidly emerging and radically changing medical practice. Despite impressive experimental results, concrete AI implementation in routine patient care is not yet common practice.
Strengthening Innovation Pipelines for Impactful Universities
Universities have the potential to widely impact society and the economy through the education of future entrepreneurs and translation of academic research findings into innovations and, eventually, successful companies.