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Research day 2016, all the projects in progress, told by the Uninettuno researchers

International Telematic University UNINETTUNO



“In order to conduct quality research work all faculties must cooperate and speak to each other because only team work makes science and knowledge expand” Prof. Maria Amata Garito, Rector of the International Telematic University – UNINETTUNO.

12 currently running research projects (and 44 ones already completed) and many projects linked to the single Faculties, all carried on jointly with international universities and research institutes. In 2016, these research activities related to single degree courses are divided as follows: 17 in the Economics Faculty; 2 in the Law Faculty; 20 in the Engineering Faculty; 3 in the Literature Faculty; 6 in the Psychology Faculty and, finally, 6 in the Communication Sciences Faculty.
“Our University is the largest Big Data repository on university teaching and precisely the web-based tools used by the University and on which its pedagogic model is based, represent its added value contributing to the quality of the launched research projects”. – Prof. Luciano Modica, coordinator of all UNINETTUNO research activities.

Actually, the research laboratories are included into UNINETTUNO technological platform; this allows web-based connections with other research laboratories of various countries (as for example, in China and Japan) and of other universities worldwide, allowing researchers to exchange data, standardize research protocols and share materials, equipments and laboratories. This model allowed to maximize costs, reduce the number of travels and missions, share knowledge at a global level and make assessments before, during and after the implementation of expensive and complex experimentations. Instead, as for humanities, researchers can exploit the book heritages of several libraries of the world, made available on the Web. The digitalization allowed for the creation and updating of library catalogues that it would be otherwise possible to use only on site, in the libraries and study centers.