CNR-IFAC: The “Nello Carrara” Institute of Applied Physics is part of the National Research Council (CNR), which is the main public organisation pursuing research and innovation in Italy. IFAC carries out research activities, experimental development and technological transfer in many areas of Applied Physics and ICT, as space, aerospace and earth observation; health, nanomedicine and safety; environment and food quality monitoring; cultural heritage
CNR-ISTI (Institute of Information Science and Technologies “Alessandro Faedo”) is affiliated to the CNR Dept. of Engineering, Information, Communication, Energy and Transportation Technologies (DIITET). ISTI-CNR is the largest CNR institute for Computer Science and is located in Pisa (Tuscany). The main aim of ISTI-CNR is to advance science and achieve important results in many Computer Science subdomains. The Institute also has a very solid expertise and reputation in the design and deployment of CS infrastructures and in technology transfer activities oriented towards industry or the public administration.
The Florence Center for Data Science is a joint effort of four Departments of the University of Florence, representing a rare, if not unique, balancing of statistical, mathematical, computer sciences, computer engineering and application-specific expertise. It has been envisaged with the goal of interconnecting and aggregating academic disciplines involved in several aspects of Data Science, to give rise to new methodologies and to develop ground-breaking real-world applications.
DSBSC- UNIFI: The Department of Experimental and Clinical Biomedical Sciences “Mario Serio” is part of the University of Florence. Professors and researchers of 15 scientific disciplinary fields of clinical and pre-clinical areas belong to the Department. Research activities are in the field of clinical and pre-clinical science.
The main objectives of the Department are: creating transversality between basic and clinical disciplines, creating synergies between different research groups, promoting the recruitment of new researchers to renew and enhance the design capacity of all research units.