MICS* Made in Italy Circular and Sustainable. Research and companies in support of Italian excellence of the country system
- Tuesday, November 7, 2023
- 14:00 - 17:00
- Tulipano Room B6 Pav
Circular and Sustainable Made in Italy is a National Extended Partnership between companies and research centers (Universities and CNR) throughout Italy, financed by the Ministry of University and Research thanks to funds from the NextGenerationEU programme. MICS wants to be the protagonist of the country's ecological and digital transition process, supporting and enabling circular, self-sufficient, self-regenerative, reliable, safe and sustainable design and production of Made in Italy excellence over the next three years.
The focus of MICS will (at the moment) be three sectors such as Fashion, Furniture and Automation, towards which the ambitions of basic research aimed at enhancing sustainability and circularity will be channeled. Research that sees the world of business and academic research united for the first time in a sort of great crusade of forces and brains, the largest ever activated in our country. MICS has impactful system numbers and a significant challenge which in the next three years will develop over one hundred research projects of certain application in innovative Italian companies with an international reach.
Moderator: Franco Canna, Innovation Post Journalist
Philosophy and strategy of a project that was also created to strengthen the national system
Bianca Maria Colosimo, (TBD) steering committee coordinator MICS, Politecnico di Milano
Testimonials from some of the MICS partner companies:
Claudia Fiorio, Experimental Station for the Leather and Tanning Materials Industry, Napoli
Andrea Anesi, SCM Group, Rimini
Lorenzo Minoli, ITEMA spa RADICI group Bergamo
Young people, Gender, South, three tenders for the development of research on sustainable Made in Italy
Serena Del Puglia, researcher at the University of Palermo
Open research, Digital technologies, Advanced Design, keys to MICS circularity and sustainability
Flaviano Celaschi, University of Bologna, Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee, Open Innovation
* The MICS Foundation is the managing no profit initiative of the largest basic research in the form of an extended partnership ever carried out in our country on the topics of Circularity and Sustainability of Made in Italy products and processes. With over 450 researchers involved, the winning consortium of the PNRR PE11 tender is made up of 13 leading Italian universities and 12 partner companies, standard bearers of Made in Italy excellence in the furniture, clothing and automation sectors, the critical mass operates in the which characterize 55% of the country's GDP.
- organized by Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee & MICS Foundation
- Resource efficiency and Circular Economy