• Announcement of the Open Market Consultation of the EU Innovation Procurement project Instand-NGS4P 2 Marzo 2021
    NewsTuesday, 2 March, 2021Announcement of the Open Market Consultation of the EU Innovation Procurement project Instand-NGS4PDo not miss the Open Market Consultation on 22-23 March 2021 of the H2020 Pre-Commercial Procurement of Instand-NGS4P regarding integrated and standardized Next Generation Sequencing workflows for personalised therapy.In the Horizon 2020 project Instand-NGS4P, a buyer’s group of seven leading […]
  • EBEAM aims to develop ground-breaking technology for electron microscopy 25 Febbraio 2021
    New projectsThursday, 25 February, 2021EBEAM aims to develop ground-breaking technology for electron microscopy The new EBEAM project works on expanding the energy and spatial resolution of electron microscopy and demonstrating new applications in multiple disciplines, such as life sciences and quantum technology. EBEAM succeeded among proposals submitted for FET Proactive Emerging Paradigms and Communities call […]
  • New EU project ‘ONEM’ develops a unique hybrid imaging technique 19 Febbraio 2021
    NewsFriday, 19 February, 2021New EU project ‘ONEM’ develops a unique hybrid imaging technique The ONEM project will develop a new non-invasive microscopy technique for imaging dynamic processes at interfaces, called Optical Near-field Electron Microscopy. The project is conducted by research groups from Leiden University, the J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, and the University of […]
  • HySolChem brings artificial photosynthesis to wastewater treatment 19 Febbraio 2021
    NewsFriday, 19 February, 2021HySolChem brings artificial photosynthesis to wastewater treatment HySolChem is developing an innovative, low-cost reactor for capturing greenhouse gases and producing high value fuels and chemicals, while contextually removing harmful pollutants from wastewater. And all of this with photosynthesis.HySolChem  (A Hybrid Reactor for Solar CO2 and N2 Conversion Coupled to WasteWater Treatment) is […]
  • OPTOMICS: Digital twin technology improving type-2 diabetes healthcare 18 Febbraio 2021
    NewsThursday, 18 February, 2021OPTOMICS: Digital twin technology improving type-2 diabetes healthcare The EU Horizon 2020 OPTOMICS project will develop and validate a digital-twin model, which aims at developing non-invasive and inexpensive prognostic and treatment planning methods for type-2 diabetes patients.OPTOMICS (Combining optoacoustic imaging phenotypes and multi-omics to advance diabetes healthcare) is a 60-month project, which […]
  • EU to invest €150 million for research to counter coronavirus variants 17 Febbraio 2021
    NewsWednesday, 17 February, 2021EU to invest €150 million for research to counter coronavirus variants Today, the Commission presented a Communication for the proposed launch of a European bio-defence preparedness programme called “HERA Incubator” to address the emerging threat of coronavirus variants. Plans include important new research investments, mobilising an additional €30 million from Horizon 2020 […]
  • Collaboration agreement on Artificial Intelligence for extended social interaction 17 Febbraio 2021
    NewsWednesday, 17 February, 2021Collaboration agreement on Artificial Intelligence for extended social interaction The projects, which succeeded in the FET Proactive Emerging Paradigms and Communities call (FETPROACT-EIC-07-2020), subtopic A: Artificial Intelligence for extended social interaction, have set a collaboration agreement to strengthen dissemination and impact of project resultsThe FET Proactive Emerging Paradigms and Communities call aims […]
  • A new immersive audio technology for virtual and augmented reality 11 Febbraio 2021
    NewsThursday, 11 February, 2021A new immersive audio technology for virtual and augmented reality The immersive audio technology is developed by SONICOM, a new EIC Pathfinder project, which will revolutionize the way we interact socially within AR/VR environments and applications.SONICOM is a 60-month project, which started in January 2021. It was selected among proposals submitted for […]
  • Neurotwin proposes a novel therapy for Alzheimer’s disease 9 Febbraio 2021
    NewsTuesday, 9 February, 2021Neurotwin proposes a novel therapy for Alzheimer’s disease Neurotwin is a new EIC Pathfinder project that will build a computational framework to represent the mechanisms of interaction of electric fields with personalized brain networks and assimilate neuroimaging data in order to design personalized optimization strategies to treat Alzheimer’s disease.Neurotwin (Digital twins for […]
  • New solution for solar energy conversion and storage by LIGHT-CAP 8 Febbraio 2021
    NewsMonday, 8 February, 2021New solution for solar energy conversion and storage by LIGHT-CAP LIGHT-CAP is an EIC Pathfinder project develops an eco-friendly technology for efficient harness of solar energy as a primary resource. LIGHT-CAP was selected among proposals submitted for FET Proactive Emerging Paradigms and Communities call (FETPROACT-EIC-07-2020), in subtopic B: Breakthrough zero-emissions energy storage […]

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OBIETTIVI DI RICERCA

Il Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile (DINCI) ricade nell’area tecnologica CUN 08–Ingegneria Civile e Architettura e si ispira ai valori culturali che hanno da sempre contraddistinto l’ingegneria civile italiana, punto di riferimento nella pianificazione, costruzione e gestione delle infrastrutture e delle opere in ambiente urbano e nei contesti naturali. Il progetto culturale si basa sull’eredità dei tre Dipartimenti – Difesa del Suolo, Pianificazione territoriale, Strutture – ante legem 240/2010 e mantiene e rafforza le aree caratterizzanti dell’ingegneria civile, quali la Scienza e la Tecnica delle Costruzioni, l’Architettura tecnica e la Composizione architettonica, la Geotecnica, l’Idraulica e le Costruzioni idrauliche, le Strade, i Trasporti, l’Urbanistica e altre discipline di confine quali l’Estimo, la Tecnologia dei materiali e la Topografia. Ciascuna di esse sviluppa tematiche legate anche alla trasformazione delle opere, come è oggi richiesto dalla società, riprendendo temi classici dell’ingegneria civile e dell’architettura e riproponendoli alla luce delle nuove esigenze di sostenibilità e sicurezza.