- STEAM PUNK
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
- VIRTUAL REALITY
- NEW MANUFACTURING
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- FASHION & WEARABLES
- PRODUCT DESIGN
- HOME AUTOMATION
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- 3D PRINTING
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
- 3D SCANNING
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- MUSIC & SOUND
Result for TAG "Science"
A presentation of the 3DINGLab of the engineering department, with 3D printing technologies from micron to macro scales.
What is gravity? How do planets, stars and galaxies move in the Universe? Let’s find it out together!
A proprietary enzyme treatment of wheat gluten is effective in suppressing the inflammatory response in intolerant people without influencing its technological properties
Smart Architecture for Industry 5.0
Recovery and exploitation of organic waste through the bioconversion process operated by the larvae of the soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) - HERMES Project
The nettle fibers have been kneaded with calcium oxide and water thus obtaining a resistant product. The compound obtained was placed inside a mold that allows to give the brick the desired shape.
The nUVA light disinfects environment even at low intensity and is safe for people and animals.
The project has been supported by the Italian MISE as part of the PON I&C 2014-2020, no. F/190066/01-02/X44. The project is led by Totaro Automazioni s.r.l in conjunction with the ICAROS center of the University of Naples Federico II. The goal of the project is the creation of a robotic platform capable of managing the tasks related to the management of a bar counter in its multiple aspects of interaction, manipulation, and personalization of the offered services.
A framework for bullying and cyberbullying action detection by computer vision and artificial intelligence methods and algorithms
New candidate drugs designed with AI_assisted computer simulations
We will show how to recreate an interaction with remote/virtual environments and wearable haptic devices.
The blue crab is a Mediterranean invasive species: our goal is to turn this harmful presence into a valuable resource.
A showcase of research activities run in our DHLab applying ICT to Archaeology, Geography, Italian Literature, Paleography, Art History.
A system consisting of a set of devices capable of analyzing the state of water pollution over vast geographical territories.
Do you want to know how the most recent artificial intelligent models are used to develop the visual system of the next generation of robotic agents? Come to visit our booth!
Measuring food quality with light: spectroscopy at the service of food safety
Development of a gamma ray detector for emerging medical applications: multimodal imaging, Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT) and Hadrontherapy monitoring.
MakerNurses, Doctors, OTs and patients are building the future of health technology by using maker tools to create new technology to diagnose, health, and manage our health.
Analyzing digital models of linear transportation infrastructure making use also of cutting-edge technologies such as VR & AR viewers
The beauty of water shines in many phenomena. This project is aimed at illustrating some of them, highlighting their importance from the natural and industrial point of view.
Ecological buoy which is capable to remove oils and other organic liquids from the water surfaces of seas, lakes and rivers.
Technologies for tracking, tracing and classifying vehicular and pedestrian flows and their use for transport engineering.
Examples of continuous monitoring of civil structures for safety and prevention purposes
How much would you weigh on Jupiter? How big are Saturn’s rings? Discover this and more surfing our solar system
Pico Bricks is an electronic development board + software which is designed for use in maker projects. With ten detachable modules included, Pico Bricks can be used to create a wide variety of projects. It also includes a protoboard that you can use to add your own modules!