The #E-CROME project, for #telemedicine to assist cancer and terminal patients, is launched.The project, funded by Regione Lazio, Lazio Innova, Call Projects Research Groups 2020 involves the Department of Chemical Sciences and Technologies (DSTC) and the Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering (DICII) of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, the National Research Council (CNR-ISM and CNR-IC) and the Gemelli University Hospital Foundation (FPG).
In veterinary medicine, as well as in human medicine, regenerative therapy using stem cells is getting increasing importance.
Regenerative medicine is an interdisciplinary field focused on the prospect of repairing, replacing and / or regenerating tissues and / or organs.
The projects aims at establishing the "General Laboratory for Atomic and Molecular physics" support laboratory (GLAM) at Elettra.
In the framework of the call FETOPEN H2020, TECSAS project, recently funded, is coordinated by ISM-CNR and started on March 1st, 2021. The aim of the project is the technical and economic evaluation of the integration of an innovative thermionic energy converter for the solar energy concentrated-to-electricity conversion within CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) plants, in order to make them highly competitive if compared with extended photovoltaics. The main output of the project will be the technological validation of the coupling between the upstream thermionic conversion stage and the downstream thermodynamic conversion, and the definition of a business plan strategy that allows to launch this innovation on the market in the short-medium term.
The H2020 project CITYSOLAR will set new standards for photovoltaic windows.
By combining two photovoltaic (PV) technologies in a tandem configuration, the EU project CITYSOLAR aims to revolutionize the market for transparent solar cells for windows. The project has received 3.779.242 EUR in support from the H2020 framework programme.
Development of new, highly sustainable strategies for the synthesis of organic materials for electronic and opto-electronic devices.
The project aims at developping a new technology based on the use of magnetic nanoparticles dispersed in ionic liquids for thermoelectric applications
Main purpose of the COST action is the creation of an interdisciplinary network of laboratories and industries, equipped with complementary analytical techniques to study the degradation mechanisms of "state of the art" Solar Cells in order to target next generation organic photovoltaics.