Advanced education, frontier research and innovation: this is The BioRobotics Institute of Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, founded in 2011. With time the Institute has built a wealth of knowledge and expertise in several fields of biorobotics and bionics, such as medical robotics, wearable technologies, collaborative robotics, bio-inspired robotics, neuroscience robotics, rehabilitation robotics and implantable technologies.
The Institute promotes the internationalization of didactics and scientific research through collaboration with the most prestigious international knowledge centers. The Institute aims to educate engineers that are scientists, inventors, entrepreneurs and problem solvers.
Our mission is based on three pillars:
- Education: MSc in Bionics Engineering and PhD program in BioRobotics;
- Research: scientific publications, national and international research projects, joint labs;
- Innovation: start-up companies, patents and industrial contracts.
The BioRobotics Institute has also activated an Educational Robotics program with schools in Tuscany, Italy. The program aims at bringing technology and robotics in schools and using them as a new instrument for teaching scientific and technical subjects.
The seminar participants will include: Mario Cavalli (Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli), Guerrina Filippi (AMRER Onlus), doctors and experts Riccardo Meliconi, Mariada Perrone, Stefano Zaffagnini , Alessandro Russo, Mariagrazia Benedetti, Mariela Terrafino, and Giovanni Ciancio (Aosp–Ferrara)
As it celebrates its Patron St. Faustino on October 10, Pontedera and the Biorobotics Institute at the Polo Sant’Anna Valdera host a Science festival to promote research conducted in their labs and share research outcomes with the local community
As the event theme for presenting Artificial Intelligence implications and networking opportunities across all sectors of society, the “Rules” are a series of 13 conferences, taking place in Pisa from 10 to 13 October 2019, that give the public the chance to explore the digital innovation