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A SHORT OVERVIEW ON ISMB December 2014
2 Copyright © 2014 ISMB OUR MOTIVATION To create value-driven and socially relevant technological & process innovations in close collaboration with industry and institutions. ISMB is an “Operating Body” of Compagnia di San Paolo and it has been founded in 2000 with Politecnico di Torino. The Institute is a no profit Research & Innovation center operating in the ICT domain.
December 2014 3 Copyright © 2014 ISMB ISMB STRUCTURE RESEARCHERS & STAFF WORKFORCE COMPOSITION ONGOING PROJECTS PUBBLICATIONS OVERALL TURNOVER 7 research areas 3 strategic programs 75 employees 33% PhD 87% engineers 89% master degree 23 EU funded (FP7) 32 industrial R&D 27 national & regional 984 total 123 in 2013 10,0 MLN € 5 MLN € CdSP 5 MLN € competitive budget 52 collaborators aged under 35 103 in 2013 currently 4 functions
December 2014 4 Copyright © 2014 ISMB RESEARCH AREAS, STRATEGIC PROGRAMS AND FUNCTIONS ADVANCED COMPUTING & ELECTROMAGNETICS APPLIED PHOTONICS INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT MOBILE SOLUTIONS MULTI-LAYER WIRELESS SOLUTIONS NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGIES PERVASIVE TECHNOLOGIES FUNCTIONS SMART CITY Strategic Program SMART ENERGY Strategic Program SMART HEALTH Strategic Program
December 2014 5 Copyright © 2014 ISMB HOW WE CREATE COMPETITIVE BUDGET Research Areas as well as Strategic Programs create research perspectives through public and private projects coming from: EUROPEAN COMMISSION (HORIZON 2020) NATIONAL (E.G. MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT) AND REGIONAL (E.G. INNOVATION CLUSTERS) CALLS CONTRACTS WITH INDUSTRIES, AND SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES HIGHER EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING EUROPEAN (ESA) AND ITALIAN (ASI) SPACE AGENCIES
December 2014 6 Copyright © 2014 ISMB VALUE FOR THE SOCIETY 10,0 MLN € 10 MLN € 6 MLN € 5 MLN € 25 MLN € 2013 INNOVATION PROJECTS 15 MLN €
December 2014 7 Copyright © 2014 ISMB A DEDICATED PROGRAM FOR COMPANIES Services designed on companies requirements! ANALYSIS OF CORPORATE INNOVATION NEEDS AND TRENDS HR SUPPORT, SELECTION AND COACHING OF TALENTS CO-MARKETING INITIATIVES JOINT PROJECT PROPOSALS (NATIONAL AND EU LEVELS) STRATEGIC SCOUTING NETWORKING AND COOPERATION AMONG ISMB PARTNERS
December 2014 8 Copyright © 2014 ISMB OUR VISION “We believe in people creativity, and our motivation is to create a dynamic environment in which researchers are addressed to innovation of process and systems in close cooperation with industries and institutions with the goal of generating concrete benefits for our society”. Giovanni Colombo ISMB Director
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