A significant part of the research activity concerns basic research, with the aim to increase understanding of fundamental principles. This provides a solid cultural starting point for the development of a number of activities more oriented to the application. A natural bridge in this sense is provided by the presence, within the Department, of several laboratories. The Department also hosts the activities of 8 spin-offs. Information on the spin-offs can be found at the following web page.
A number of co-operations are also established between the staff of DII and that of other Departments of the University for the activities related to other spin-offs. In order to give an idea of the several research activities developed in the Department, the following one is a list of the main topics:
- Applied Economics
- Circuit Theory and Signal Processing
- Operations Research
- Systems and Control Theory
|Circuit Theory and Signal Processing|
|Systems and Control Theory|