EULA-GTEC: Technology and Innovation Management Master

Scientific Coordinator: Giampaolo Campana
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Sector: Curriculum development
Sub-action: Joint Projects

Unibo structure involved: 
Department of Industrial Engineering (DIN)
Department of Computer Science and Engineering (DISI)

Unibo Team: Claudio Sartori, Dario Croccolo, Barbara Cimatti, Fabio Lenzi, Mattia Mele, Francesco Robusto

Website:
https://eula-gtec.unlu.edu.ar

Project Duration in months: 36
Start Date: 15/10/2017 
End Date: 14/10/2020

Budget: 999.784,50 euro
Unibo Budget: 98.855,00 euro

Coordinator: UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE LUJAN - UnLu (Argentina)

Partners:
UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA-UAB (ES)
ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA - Unibo (IT)
UNIVERSITE D'AIX MARSEILLE - AMU (FR)
INSTITUTO UNIVERSITARIO DE LISBOA - ISCTE (PT)PONTIFICIAUNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DEL PERU - PUCP (PE)
UNIVERSIDAD PERUANA CAYETANO HEREDIA - UPCH (PE)
FUNDACAO DE APOIO A UNIVERSIDADE DE SAO PAULO -FUSP (BR)
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE MAR DEL PLATA - UnMdP (AR)
UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO GRANDE DO NORTE -UFRN (BR)

Description
This project intends to give a significant contribution in high education, proposing a specific master programme to form innovative managers, researchers and local developers, but at the same time providing a strict connection with industry and society, in a framework of blended learning approach. Precisely, the main aim is to allow SMEs and other kind of companies or institutions identifying good practices and new behaviours to face innovation challenges. The master degree students shall be capable to deal with innovation in traditional sector products, but also with the most advanced technologies, such as nanotechnology, biotech and ICT most innovative tools, with particular attention to the environmental problems in order to achieve sustainable solutions. Concerning sustainability, competences related to the circular economy will be trained, particularly promoting resource productivity with the aim of reducing wastes and avoid pollution. Industrial products and systems should be designed in order to close the loop, recycling and reusing post-consumer waste to make new products. This innovative approach must be fostered, especially among manufacturing enterprises, and the expected results of the master degree will be well prepared managers and researchers, fundamental in implementing sustainable innovation. Therefore, the programme will create competences for transforming knowledge into added value for society, providing entrepreneurship training to innovative participants, supporting with innovative financing (crowd-sourcing) such new opportunities, and interacting for solving environmental problems with new tools and rationale of the circular economy. In term of future impacts, this project will create capacities in managing technology and innovation in social and productive applications while constructing bridges for overcoming the “Valley of Death”, or the “European Paradox”, in a world of uncertainty, sustainability and complexity.

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union