The INFN’s strategy for Technology Transfer (TT) rests upon leveraging innovative ideas and techniques arising from basic research, with the guiding principle of facilitating and accelerating the processes underlying the exchange of knowledge between the world of research and industry; new technologies can thus be transformed into goods and services that can be used by society at large.
- INFN-TT website
- CNTT Portal (accessible with godiva credentials). The following is available on the page:
- INFN-TT and spin-off guidelines
- documentation on calls and open calls
- forms for collaborative research agreements
- confidentiality agreements, patents, etc...
For questions/advice, please contact: Chiara Ilaria Rovelli.
INFN-TT contact person for the Rome sectionChiara Ilaria Rovelli.
- Network interface card for parallel computing network node on gpu, and related internodal communication method - Manager: Davide Rossetti
- Beta detection probe for intraoperative identification of tumour residues - Manager: Riccardo Faccini - Partner: Museo Fermi
- Echo-scintigraphic probe for medical applications and related diagnostic procedure - Manager: Roberto Pani - Partner: Sapienza
- Intraoperative probe - Manager: Valerio Bocci
- Planning system and treatment verification during iORT procedures - Manager: Francesco Collamati
Existing collaborative research agreements
- Cosmo ArduSiPm - Manager: Valerio Bocci - Partner: MicroChip
- Additive manufacturing of copper parts - Manager: Valerio Pettinacci - Partner: SeamThesis/SIAD
- COVID-19 prognostic system based on AI and biomechanical simulations - Manager: Cecilia Voena - Partner: MedLea
TT activities and results
Ptolemy-Nano UV Facility: synthesis of Carbon nanotubes ▽
The facility performs the following activities:
- new directional light dark matter detectors;
- new UV-light;
- new nanocomposite materials (in partnership with the Engineering Department);
- self-cleaning biosensors and coatings (in partnership with the Biology Department).
Manager: Francesco Pandolfi
ArduSiPM has been an TT domain activity underway at the Rome Section since 2017. The main applications are: school, university labs, beam testing and outreach.
Manager: Valerio Bocci