- FASHION & WEARABLES
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- PRODUCT DESIGN
- 3D PRINTING
- 3D SCANNING
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- MUSIC & SOUND
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- STEAM PUNK
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
- HOME AUTOMATION
- NEW MANUFACTURING
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- VIRTUAL REALITY
Category "Universities "
"lombriCOMPOSTiera", the new community composter that is sustainable, biomimetic, educational and tecnological, that produces high quality compost.
ACUADORI is an easy-to-use platform for water monitoring of vineyards based on novel wireless biosensors with no impact on farming activities.
A space where knowledge blends, cultivating competences that help develop new entrepreneurial ideas: AlmaLabor is a Maker Space – a prototyping laboratory for creating prototypes for your business idea, as well as a Co-working and training space.
Applications of collaborative robots based on artificial vision and machine learning for object manipulation, detection and grasping.
We show how phylogenetic analysis is useful for the initial screening of SARS-Cov-2 sequences to check for phylogenetic clusters.
New deterrent devices to reduce interactions between sea turtles, dolphins and fisheries
The ATTICUS project aims to realize a hardware and software system for monitoring non-invasive vitality and behavior of users.
New photonic system analyzing the lipid content in hematic cell membrane as an innovative diagnostic marker for several diseases
This is a proposal that - exploiting an integrated interdisciplinary approach of computer engineering, law and psychology - aims to contrast the actions of bullying and cyberbullying, the last great challenges of modernity
Saperi & Co, will coordinate Sapienza projects at Maker Faire Rome.
Do you want to specialize in artificial intelligence? come and visit us!
How can ICT empower Humanities? One question, different answers for Archaeology, Geography, Italian Literature, Paleography, History, Art History and Philology.
New multisensor system integrated in a mechanical drive for diagnostics/ prognostics of problems and end-of-life cycles
DoMoMEA implements an innovative telemonitoring approach to guarantee a fair access to rehabilitation services to all patients.
Design and development of an eco-sustainable cosmetic products from waste materials and formulated with completely green and vegan excipients and manufacturing processes.
Energy harvesting makes possible the feeding of wireless sensors where and when it is needed.
We are working on innovative methods to remove sensitive information from both implicit and explicit data in digital documents.
Our research aims to improve human-robot collaboration using new technologies such as augmented reality and human motion tracking.
Lasercut origami structures’ is a multidisciplinary research and educational project dedicated to the 'file to factory' design of origami structures.
A real videogame to learn Math by playing. It is suitable for kids (7-13) and their innovative teachers.
The aim of the project is to build a methodological prototype suitable to manage the quality control of production processes and organizational structure of production processes
Discover the relations between the actors of oxidative-stress related system and the dietary and lifestyle habits that affect its equilibrium
A system for permanent real-time wireless monitoring of the stress state in structural elements of new and existing buildings
Development of low-cost microsensors for real-time meteorological and air quality monitoring.
PMA solution uses the radio fingerprint emitted by digital devices during daily activities to understand how we move, what attracts our attention and how we socialize.
StopMedWaste reduces loss and waste of fresh fruit, vegetables and aromatic plants by physical means, natural substances and biocontrol agents
The primary objective of the project is to implement objects made with Additive Manufacturing and 3D-printing in a clinical and research context.
By imitating the hygromechanical properties of pine cones that react to the change of humidity in the air, this experiment makes use of 4D printing for the programming of natural hygromorphic compounds: the transformation of these modules is integrally integrated into the printed architecture thanks to the control and the design of the printing direction and the manufacturing and assembly method of wood (active layer) and fiberglass (passive layer). This experimentation envisages a potential application in the architectural field for membranes and roofing systems