IRITALY Trading Company S.r.l. was founded on 2016 in Rome-Italy, to facilitate and develop the global business and technology between EU and world-wide countries.
Owing to powerful profile of the members and collaborators ITC activating in various fields such as, project management, marketing, research and development, business, investment and financial support, engineering, procurement, construction, trading consulting, quality controlling and technology transfer, in the various sectors of renewable energies, environmental sciences, chemicals, minerals, nanotechnology, food and beverages, life sciences and oil & gas.
The IRITALY activities is divided to 3 main following pillars: i) Trading & Business; ii) Services & Training; iii) Research & Innovation Accordingly, the main objectives of the ITC can be demonstrated as:
Safe and circular economy development across the globe;
Contribution towards building a sustainable renewable energy system;
Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future.
The Institute of Structure of Matter (ISM) belongs to the National Research Council (CNR), the largest public research institution in Italy. CNR duty is to carry out, promote, spread, transfer and improve research activities in the main sectors of knowledge growth and of its applications for the scientific, technological, economic and social development of the country. CNR-ISM, located in Rome, performs cutting-edge research in an interdisciplinary field between physics, chemistry and materials science. The activities of ISM range from theoretical modelling to development of prototypical devices, including the study of processes, preparation and functionalization of materials, and their structural and electronic characterization with novel instrumentation and methodologies. Moreover, ISM develops and manages beamlines at the Elettra synchrotron radiation facility.
The Hellenic Mediterranean University (HMU) - is established in 2019, as a result of the upgrade of TEI of Crete to a fully-fledged university. The University is a part of the higher education system of Greece and it provides undergraduate and postgraduate education services. It offers 15 bachelor’s degrees and postgraduate studies leading to Master of Science degrees. It focuses on research and innovation as well as lifelong learning and it offers technological and consultancy services of high quality. HMU employs around 400 qualified academic and technical staff and serves more than 15.000 students.
University College London (UCL) has a global reputation for excellence in research and is committed to delivering impact and innovations that enhance the lives of people in the UK, across Europe and around the world. Known as 'London's Global University', UCL employs 4,078 academic research staff in over 50 departments and institutes. UCL was identified by the UK Research Excellence Framework as the top university in the UK for research strength and UCL is consistently placed in the global top 20 across a wide range of university rankings (currently joint 7th in the QS World University Rankings).
IUPUI is a campus of Indiana University and Purdue University at the capital city of the state of Indiana. IUPUI Engineering is a Purdue University School. In addition to IUPUI campus level, IUPUI faculty and students have access to IU and PU campuses and resources.
Ing. Dorin Popa
GRIVITA ROSIE S.R.L is a company fully owned by Walter Tosto WTB, a subsidiary of Walter Tosto S.p.A. These companies, belonging to the Tosto Group, are recognized as the biggest manufacturers in Europe and leading worldwide suppliers of critical and long lead process equipment for Refineries, Fertilizer, Chemical and Petrochemical, Nuclear and Power plants.
IRCELYON (Institut de Recherches sur la Catalyse et l’Environnement de Lyon) is affiliated to CNRS and University Claude Bernard – Lyon 1. With about 200 members including students and post-docs, it is the largest public research laboratory devoted to heterogeneous catalysis in France. It contains 5 departments focused on catalysis for energy (CATREN, ULYON partner), environmental chemistry, green chemistry, chemical engineering, and methodological aspects. IRCELYON also relies on a materials characterization platform including electron microscopies and various other analytical techniques.
The French team is developing researches at the Institut de Physique Chimie (ICP) in the domain of photoactive nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications. The activities are ranging from nanomaterial and nanostructures synthesis to photo-electro-catalytic reactors development going from more fundamental studies like light-matter interaction studies.
ICP is a mixt unit (UMR) between CNRS and University Paris-Saclay.