Scientific production is the main value taken into account to evaluate research quality. Usually this term refers to scientific papers published on peer-review journals, however IIT encourages further activities that overcome this definition. As strongly suggested by the European Commission (both in Horizon 2020 and the FP9 guidelines), researchers are also required to communicate scientific results at international congresses through invited talks and dissemination talks addressed to stakeholders and the general public. The Foundation encourages researches to follow the rules of Responsibile Research and Innovation (RRI) in order to attract new investors and increase people’s awareness about science and research development.
IIT monitors the scientific results ensuing from all of its research lines and groups them in the following sections:
Publications groups IIT scientific publications (books, papers and congresses) since the institute was founded back in 2006.
Scientific Talks gathers talks delivered by our researchers at congresses, workshop and seminars as invited speakers.
Dissemination Talks contains all publications and talks that are not strictly scientific, but fundamental to disseminate research results.
* Preliminary year-end data