Politecnico di Torino was founded in 1906 and has its roots in the Technical School for Engineers created in 1859. It is internationally ranked among the most important universities in Europe for engineering and architecture studies, with 33,000 students, out of which 15% are international students. 

Politecnico is a center of excellence for education, research and technology transfer in engineering, architecture, design and planning and it works in close cooperation with the socio-economic system. 

For 160 years technological culture and territorial innovation

- Researches collaborations with TCL associated partners
- Multidisciplinary initiatives coordination in partenariat with other Institutions
- Technical support for monitoring territories tests and public interest innovative technological solutions
- Impact assesment of technological tests
- Networking actions and events
- Turin Municipality involvement as partner in local, national, European and international projects

Main action fields:
- Municipality digitalisation
- Mobility
- Drones technology

Politecnico deals with the above-mentioned actions making some of its interdepartmental Centers available:
- SmartData@PoliTO - Big Data and Data Science Laboratory
- CARS@PoliTO - Center for Automotive Research and Sustainable Mobility
- PIC4SeR - PoliTO Interdepartmental Centre for Service Robotics

Where necessary, Polito will also use the Energy Center (in which the Turin Municipality is already a member of the Advisory Board) and Full “The Future Urban Legacy Lab”, in order to strengthen the Municipality involvement in them.

Alberto De Marco, PhD
Associate Professor of Project Management | staff.polito.it/alberto.demarco
Research Group for Engineering Systems and Logistics | www.reslog.polito.it
Politecnico di Torino | Dept. of Management and Production Engineering
Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24 | 10129 | Torino | Italy Phone +390110907209 Mobile +393348883065 Skype ademarco1975