Politecnico di Torino

The Politecnico di Torino (POLITO) is one of the most important university in Europe for engineering and architecture studies, strongly committed to collaboration with industry.

In the FP7 POLITO had more than 230 approved projects with a total EU contribution of 66.5 M€, ranking among the top 200 entities participating in FP. In H2020 POLITO has already 127 approved projects with a total EU contribution of 47 M€, and it has already 22 MSCA approved projects for a total EU contribution of 7,2 M€. With more than 400 bilateral international agreements and 100 double degree agreements, POLITO has links with the most prestigious EU universities. In 2005, POLITO was one of the first institutions to endorse the “European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers”; in November 2013, the European Commission awarded the “HR Excellence in Research” logo to POLITO, remarking the strong commitment in the implementation of the principles of the Charter and Code aimed at creating a high quality academic environment.

The LACE laboratory is equipped with spectrum analysers (up to 110GHz), and network analysers (up to 90GHz); for antenna testing, two anechoic and shielded chambers (equipped with a spherical near field antenna test range), and one outdoor far field system are available. The VLSI laboratory is equipped with workstations for design and simulations, with development boards for testing and prototyping FPGA systems, lab tools for prototyping, and instrumentation tools for lab measurements.