Research & Innovation

Politecnico joins Hello Tomorrow network

Politecnico di Torino and Hello Tomorrow, a global initiative that since 2011 has helped universities and businesses transform scientific and technological discoveries into products, today signed a collaboration agreement that aims to strengthen valorization activities of technologies developed in the University.

Hello Tomorrow, collaborating with universities, research institutes, companies, and investors around the world, connects different players in the innovation ecosystem with the common goal of enhancing "Deep-Tech" solutions developed in the most advanced research centers.

The entry of the Politecnico di Torino into  Hello Tomorrow network, which already include leading international universities – such as Technical University of Denmark, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Technion Israel, City University of Hong Kong, National University of Cordoba, Imperial College London and KTH Royal Institute of Technology – is part of the broader framework of initiatives promoted by the University to facilitate the development of local innovative startups and to strengthen and consolidate relationships with businesses.

“Politecnico di Torino, with its pool of more than 2700 talented researchers and a patent portfolio of more than 280 projects is representing one of the biggest Italian technological centers – said Giuliana Mattiazzo, Vice-Rector for Technology Transfer Entering the Hello Tomorrow Network will enable our Spin-Offs and our technologies to reach a global network of stakeholders willing to innovate, and help to solve the most difficult challenges of our times”.

"We are thrilled to collaborate with Politecnico di Torino, a valued partner in the Deep Tech ecosystem – commented Arnaud de la Tour, CEO & co-founder of Hello TomorrowTogether, we are able to provide a useful platform for emerging technology startups in Italy and beyond".