Research and

concultancy projects

Smart Kids

 

Funding body: European Commission, Erasmus+

Duration: 24 months (2017-2019)

Total budget: € 215 000

Objective: Smart Kids is a research project funded by the European Commission's Erasmus+ scheme. The project aims to develop a complementary educational module for 10 to 14-year old pupils which will introduce the Smart City concept and its multidisciplinary perspective in the curriculum offered by primary and secondary schools.

 

 

Partnership: Edinburgh Napier University (United Kingdom); Mahatma Arquitectos Slp (Spain); Spanish Primary School (Spain); European Center in Training for Employment (Greece); Greek Primary School (Greece); UK Primary School (United Kingdom); University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz (Poland); Polish Primary School (Poland); Turkish Primary School (Turkey)

 

Online S3 (Online Platform for Smart Specialisation Policy Advice)

 

Funding body: European Commission, Horizon 2020

Duration: 24 months (2016-2018)

Total budget: € 3 889 000

Objective: This project aims to develop an e-policy platform augmented with a toolbox of applications and online services, which will assist national and regional authorities in the EU in elaborating or revising their smart specialisation agenda, in terms of policies and strategy. The platform will leverage existing methodologies, initiatives and tools developed by the EC for the RIS3 strategy, but it will also investigate, develop and test new and innovative technologies, tools and services aiming to strengthen the European capacity for knowledge-based policy advice.

 

Partnership: Edinburgh Napier University (United Kingdom); Research, Technology Development and Innovation, S.L. (Spain); Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece); European Future Innovation System Centre (Belgium); Research and Innovation Management GmbH (Austria); Ekonomski Institut Maribor (Slovenia); Slovak Business Agency (Slovakia); Aalto University (Finland); IntelSpace Innovation Technologies S.A. (Greece); The University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom); Innova Integra Ltd (United Kingdom); Region of Central Macedonia (Greece)

RESTART (Roadmap for European Smart City Strategies)

 

Funding body: Banca del Monte di Lomabrdia (FBML) Foundation, Early Career Research Grant Scheme

Duration: 12 months (2016-2017)

Total budget: € 30 000

Objective: The project aims at investigating the guiding principles characterising the development process of smart city development strategies in European cities by using case study research.

 

Partnership: Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering (Italy); Edinburgh Napier University, Centre for Smart Cities (United Kingdom)

 

MA-IN (Mantua INnovation Centre)

 

Funding body: Cariverona Foundation

Duration: 24 months (2014-2016)

Total budget: € 100 000

Objective: MA-IN aims to set up a centre for supporting the ecosystem of large, small and medium-sized enterprises belonging to the province of Mantua (Italy) in driving innovation activities forward.

 

Partnership: Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering (Italy); Chamber of Commerce of Mantua (Italy); Regional Government of Mantua (Italy); City of Mantua (Italy); University of Mantua Foundation (Italy); General Confederation of Italian Industry (Italy)

 

Census of the Oglio Po Region’s Landscape Heritage

 

Funding body: European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD)

Duration: 12 months (2013-2014)

Total budget: € 57 000

Objective: The aim of the project is to conduct a census of the landscape heritage belonging to the Italian rural region Oglio Po.

 

Partnership: Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering (Italy); Local Action Group Oglio Po (Italy)

 

Refurbishment Plan for the Historical Building Palazzo Ceni

 

Funding body: City of Medole (Lombardy, Italy)

Duration: 12 months (2006-2007)

Total budget: € 35 000

Objective: The project aims to set a refurbishment project plan for Palazzo Ceni, a 16 century historical building located in the Italian town of Medole.

 

Partnership: Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies (Italy)

 

Architectural Project for a New Market Square in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mantua

 

Funding body: City of Mantua (Lombardy, Italy)

Duration: 12 months (2005-2006)

Total budget: € 50 000

Objective: The project aims to design a project proposal for regenerating the market square of Lunetta, a district of the City of Mantua (Italy).

 

Partnership: Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies (Italy)

 

Refurbishment Plan for Alberto Pitentino’s Navigation Lock

 

Funding body: City of Roncoferraro and City of Governolo (Lombardy, Italy)

Duration: 12 months (2005-2006)

Total budget: € 35 000

Objective: The project aims to design a project proposal for managing the refurbishment of the historical navigation lock belonging to the Italian municipalities of Roncoferraro and Governolo.

 

Partnership: Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies (Italy)

 

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