Exhibitors 2023

Category "Universities "

LARM - Laboratorio di Robotica e Meccatronica - Università di Roma Tor Vergata

Il futuro della robotica grazie alla stampa 3D e all'ispirazione della natura

Meng Wang, Marco Lepidi

A fluid-solid biphasic 3D printable mechanical metamaterial can be capable of simultaneous insulation of elastic and acoustic waves, which is essential for efficient sound and vibration isolation solutions.

Gruppo di Ricerca in Architettura Tecnica - Università di Roma Tor Vergata

Modern 3D design and printing techniques that can help creativity in engineering and architecture

A. Iele, A. Ricciardi, M. Consales e A. Cusano (DING - Unisannio) & C. Pecorella, A. Cirillo, F. Ficuciello, B. Siciliano (PRISMA Lab, DIET- Unina) & R. La Rocca e V. Mirone (DNSRO - Unina)

Miniaturized probe, based on optical fiber technology and integrated inside a medical needle, for measuring the elastic consistency of biological tissues aimed at diagnosing prostate cancer.

Belcastro Davide, Dorin Crainic Lucian

The application consists in receiving magnetic resonance images to the brain as input, through computer vision algorithms the image is analyzed

  H3 (pav. 6)

Fabrizio Frezza, Carmen Cantisani, Flavia Grignaffini, Maurizio Troiano, Lorenzo Piazzo

Machine-learning and deep-learning approaches have been developed to early identification and diagnosis of skin lesions.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Centro interdipartimentale di ricerca DigiLab - CoopCulture

ArcheoVerso: an integrated ecosystem of 3D virtual fruition and services for Cultural Heritage within digital metaverses.

Gruppo di Ricerca in Automazione e Controllo - Università di Roma Tor Vergata

Hardware and software development of a real-time control system with rad-hard specifications for manipulators operating on nuclear fusion reactors

Alberto Sciamplicotti

Video and photographic digital surgical archive

Stefano Di Domenico, Beatrice Palermo, Irene Nepita, Matteo Santoliquido, Franco De Cian.

How to build a perfusion system for research purposes using low-cost components.

Biagio Carboni, Walter Lacarbonara, Giuseppe Quaranta, Francesco Barsi, Pranth Kumar Gourishetty, Vinay Janga, Harrish Joseph.

The invention is a device that reduces the magnitude of vibrations when it is installed on civil and industrial structures exposed to dynamic loading, thereby improving both the safety level and the serviceability conditions.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Studenti e studentesse dell’Università degli Studi di Trieste

Two rooms inside the university: An office to design, a construction site to build. And then the sea to experiment.

Manole Lorenzo, Vergari Adriano Liam, Di Maggio Alex, Recchia Alessandro, Palermo Federico, Bulla Giorgio

Our project’s aim is to build a device that makes it possible for blind people to improve their sensory abilities by using a low latency wearable device that brings back an immediate feedback

  H3 (pav. 6)

E.G. Di Domenico, L. Toma, F. Ensoli

Diagnostic assay to determine antibiotic activity in biofilm-forming microorganisms, using a standardized diagnostic system, called BeST.

Salvatore D'Alessandro, Gianluca Cidonio

The innovative project in the field of tissue engineering aims to revolutionize the sector of regenerative medicine

  H3 (pav. 6)

Luisa Mannina, Cinzia Ingallina, Andrea Salvo, Mattia Spano, Giacomo Di Matteo, Pietro Matricardi, Chiara Di Meo, Anna Maria Giusti, Enio Campiglia, Alvaro Marucci

Prototypes of biostimulants for crops and supplements for human health obtained from artichoke and cauliflower production waste, will be proposed.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Dr. Eliana Capecchi

BIOTHINK & BIOTHINK REMOVER were born as innovative biotech-devices for the sustainable ink and de-inking in the tattooing and dermo-pigmentation

Orsini Matteo, Ferracci Isabella

Brushcob is a set of three scrub brushes for the skincare made with a biomaterial of our ideation based on corn cob, an abundant industrial waste.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Davide Susa

Organizational and gamification tools to support you in defining and developing your Business Model and Business Plan.

  C16 (pav. 6)

Maurizio Boccacci Mariani, Vanessa Giannetti, Mattia Rapa

As part of specific departmental and multidisciplinary initiatives (Department of Management) for consumer protection and developed within the Commodity Laboratory, we have identified a cluster of specific and innovative indicators [molecular markers] which allow to better characterize the perceived quality of some commercial food products.In particular, we applied our model to pasta [primary sector of interest], craft beers, grappa and coffee. The main aim of our studies is to discriminate commercial products which, thanks to their specificity - deriving in particular from "mild" industrial treatments - can benefit from "premium price" logics.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Ilaria De Angelis, Barbara Cosciotti, Sebastian Lauro, Elisabetta Mattei, Elena Pettinelli.

Space view home wanted: Come walk among planets and moons of our Solar System and discover many astronomical curiosities

Francesco Cassini

Thanks to the use of LLMs (starting with the most famous chatGPT), the idea was to create a robot that can be programmed in natural language

  H3 (pav. 6)

Domenico Prattichizzo

We will show how to recreate an interaction with remote/virtual environments and wearable haptic devices.

Patrizia Bagnerini, Echrak Chnib, Antonio De Donno

The adaptive vertical farm, a project of the UNIGE spin-off Space V, will enable growing vegetables in orbit and in future lunar settlements.

Marco Bardanzellu, Fabio Fuoti, Edoardo Loddi, Andrea Miele, Dimitri Patlade, Ennio Zanzarelli, Graziana Cavone, Federica Pascucci

Cyber-physical zebra crossing: microcontrollers, sensors, actuators, cameras, and wireless communication systems for safe pedestrian crossings and vehicular circulation.

  D20 (pav. 6)

Pervasive Electromagnetics Lab - Università di Roma Tor Vergata

Wearable and implantable sensors for a monitored human body

Sofia Menconero, Leonardo Baglioni, Marco Fasolo

The perspective study of a panel from the “Storie di san Bernardino” attributed to Perugino revealed a contracted space, represented in three dimensions by the ‘objective model’. In contrast, the ‘ideal model’ eliminates the deformation and maintains the architectural proportions. The installation creates a physical model that allows even non-specialist audiences to appreciate the scientific results by positioning the eye (or camera) at the fixed viewpoint to verify the overlap between the view of architectural model and the painter’s perspective.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Giulia Bordi

A journey into the 3D of the medieval church of Santa Maria Antiqua in the Roman Forum to discover its incredible paintings

Dr. Davide Piccinino

ECOLUV represents the match between the nature and the science of nanotechnology to give an innovative of sun protection

Irene Guerrieri

EGGS are multifunctional chairs designed to inspire creative associations and playful combinations.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Fabiano Bini, Michela Franzo', Simona Pascucci, Francesco Gioia, Francesca Romana Nobili, Mariano Serrao, Franco Marinozzi.

The proposed prototype is a mixed reality system, consisting of an optical viewer (HoloLens2) connected to the PC, specifically implemented based on suggestions from patients and neurologists for the neurorehabilitation of the upper limbs.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Mario Baioli , Andrea Casale,

Innovative scenarios in PCTO training in which the methodology of learning by doing is applied.

E-Agle Trento Racing Team: la squadra di Formula Student dell’Università di Trento

A maker-style electric single-seater: from the extensive use of additive manufacturing to the development of dedicated electronics and software

Giuseppa Lonoce, Eliana Maraglino, Alessandro Tripodi

Platform allows quality company to elderly, provided by young people, in order to improve their social, mental and physiological well-being

Andrea Vitaletti

Food pairing is a method of identifying which foods go well together.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Settore valorizzazione della ricerca, trasferimento tecnologico e rapporti con le imprese

Evolved strategies for managing, protecting and enhancing the intellectual property generated by universities

  B1 (pav. 6)

Enactus UniTs

Give it a longer life! The shared rental platform promoting sustainability and responsible sharing of objects

Liorni Niccolò, Petrizzelli Francesco, Napoli Alessandro, Biagini Tommaso, Bianco Salvatore Daniele, Mangoni Manuel, Adinolfi Marta, Giovannetti Agnese, Caputo Viviana, Mazza Tommaso.

Meet GLUT1 Deficiency Syndrome, a rare and often misinterpreted genetic disease, at our booth! Immerse yourself in GLUTIFY, our virtual reality environment, where you'll actively explore our groundbreaking research

  H3 (pav. 6)

Annachiara Aiello, Dario Balboni, Giacomo Carfì, Sebastian Serra

HearAgain is a mobile application that enables deaf people to participate better in small group conversations, using voice transcription technology.

HaRmonicV Control & Consulting - Università degli Studi di Rome Tor Vergata

The revolution in personalized training programs and fitness analysis

Sezione INFN di Ferrara, Liceo Scientifico “A. Roiti”, MIT, Dipartimento di Fisica e Scienze della Terra dell’Università di Ferrara

BUILT IT, LEARN IT, SHARE IT: a new approach, more experiential, hands-on, collaborative, motivating and fun to Physics and STEAM

Fabrizio Frezza, Maurizio Troiano; Marco Mastrogiuseppe; Fabio Mangini; Luca Balestreri

Use of Georadar (or Ground Penetrating Radar, GPR) and electromagnetic diagnostic techniques for subsurface investigations of cultural heritage and archaeological/paleontological sites/resources

  H3 (pav. 6)

Fabrizio Frezza, Maurizio Troiano, Flavia Grignaffini, Giulia Paloni, Fabio Mangini

We designed a Machine Learning (ML) and a Deep Learning (DL) for nuclei classification by using features extracted by immunofluorescence images.

  H3 (pav. 6)

Polito Sailing Team

A boat made of recyclable and sustainable materials aiming lightness and performance.

Michela Addis, Giorgia Masili, Caterina Conigliani, Luca Spinesi, Elina De Simone, Luca Aversano, Mariachiara Giorda, Elisabetta Bonvino

Cultural Heritage is a key driver of individual well-being and resilience. Our project tests this relationship

Responsabile scientifico: Daniele Calisi. Con: Stefano Botta, Alessandro Cannata. Grazie all’aiuto di: Lorenzo Carbonari, Matteo Durante, Michela Di Seri, Marco Peperoni Romano

Terragni in Rome: three never completed projects for Via dell'Impero. VR for the immersive representation of the virtual architectural space.

Massimo Reverberi, Stefano Sarti, Antonella Cartoni, Federica Favino, Luca Iocchi, Marco Scuderi, Claudio Chimenti, Alessio Valletta, Giulia Capotorti

Thanks to the lab2go project, many schools have had the opportunity in recent years to redevelop their school laboratory and re-evaluate the role of laboratory activity in learning STEM disciplines.

Prof. Stefano Carrese, Prof. Marialisa Nigro, Prof. Fabrizio D’Amico.

Technologies for tracking, tracing and classifying vehicular and pedestrian flows. Digital models of linear transportation infrastructure making use also of cutting-edge technologies such as VR & AR viewers.

  D20 (pav. 6)

Cristina Panti, Matteo Baini, Maria Cirstina Fossi (Università di Siena). Stefania di Vito, Elisa Scocchera, Marzia Mattioli (Legambiente)

Life MUSCLES, circular innovations to protect the sea

Marco Fellin, Roberto Scotta, Emanuele Sartori, Ario Ceccotti, Daniele Casagrande, Andrea Polastri, XLAM Dolomiti spa

LifeShell. Life in a shell: life saving wooden furniture protecting from earthquakes collapses.

Data updated on 2023-11-14 - 4.10.03 pm