The research center is involved into several collaborative projects and bilater cooperations
The aim of subCULTron project is achieving long-term autonomy in a learning, self-regulating, self-sustaining underwater society/culture of robots in a high-impact application area: Venice, Italy.
The project’s objective is to develop and investigate closely linked symbiotic relationships between robots and natural plants and to explore the potentials of a plant-robot society able to produce architectural artifacts and living spaces.
ASSISI|bf - Animal and robot Societies Self-organise and Integrate by Social Interaction
EU-FP7 Project no. 601074. Objective ICT-2011.9.10: Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems - FOCAS
Swarmrobot - Open-source micro-robotic project.
This open-source project originated from the European I-Swarm project. Research with Jasmine robots leaded finally to SYMBRION and REPLICATOR projects and contributed to Assisi project. Development within this project is going on.
Application of LED-based technology in horticulture.
This is a new project of the research center, which appeared from the previous bilateral cooperations. Currently this project is in the initial phase.
Bilateral and trilateral cooperations
Design and development of bio-inspired underwater sensing approaches and devices
Design and development of EDL-based sensors and biologically active LED emission
Performing of biological experiments on vegetable organisms and development of treatment strategies