Politecnico di Milano encourages all its students to practice sports. Sport supports individual training and professional growth and brings people together, stimulating competition and building self-esteem. The university manages the Giuriati Sports Centre and its facilities, which are open to Politecnico staff and students as well as all citizens of the community.
An initiative developed at the CST Laboratory of the Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering. NECSTCamp has the specific aim of improving self-confidence and self-awareness in both students and staff, boosting their fear and stress management abilities through training activities.
The aim of the course is to provide the basis for expanding knowledge in the field of materials used for the manufacture of prosthetic medical devices and to learn about the status and regulations underlying the relevant market sector, which is currently of strategic and social importance and is expanding rapidly. For the student, the aim is to acquire the necessary knowledge to be able, in the near future, to interface with the sectors of those who propose, design and use medical devices.
This course is delivered in the following Degree Programmes:
- Design del prodotto industriale [Product Design] (BSc)
The Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering (DEIB) manages eight laboratories in the fields of Bioengineering and Health, focused on biomedical research, biomechanics, biofluid-dynamics, health ICT and robotics, clinical devices and technologies development:
- B3Lab - Biosignals, Bioimaging, Bioinformatics
- Computational Biomechanics Lab
- E-Health Lab
- EMF4Health Lab - Computational Bioelectromagnetics
- NearLab - Neuroengineering and medical robotics
- TBMLab - Biomedical Technologies
- “Luigi Divieti” Posture and Movement Analysis Lab
- µBS Lab - Experimental Micro and Biofluid dynamics
Place4Carers, developed at the Department of Management, Economic and Industrial Engineering in partnership with Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, aimed at identifying services for fragile people living in isolated territories through a collaborative model involving different stakeholders.
Scientific Coordinator: Cristina Masella
uKNEEversal is a H2020 research project carried out at the Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering by the Biomechanics research group. Its aim is to develop a miniaturised 3D in-vitro model of a human joint in order to obtain new knowledge on the pathophysiology of osteoarthritis.
Scientific Coordinator: Marco Rasponi
A research project carried out at the Department of Design. ACTS intends to support and test out the introduction of a programme of structured sports activities into Milan’s prisons, with the aim of improving the wellbeing and sociability of inmates and prison guards.
Scientific Coordinator: Andrea Di Franco