Horizon Europe projects


Horizon Europe is the European Union's ninth program for Research and Innovation, aiming to maximize impact, achieve EU strategic priorities such as recovery, green and digital transitions, and address global challenges by responding to socio-economic issues affecting societies.

On this page you can see the active projects in which Politecnico di Torino is the research partnership coordinator.


Un aereo sorvola un campo di grano sotto al cielo azzurro

With recent pushes for manufacturing with reduced environmental impact and lower raw material requirements, MIMOSA is working for multi-material structures composed of metal alloys and composite materials without intermediate elements (adhesives or rivets). These structures can be regenerated, reverting to "secondary" raw materials for additive manufacturing


Foto della sala dove sono riuniti i partecipanti alla riunione del progetto melodizer

The goal of the project is to manufacture sustainable waste water membrane distillation components for large-scale usage, by replacing current potentially harmful materials with non-harmful ones and based on the principles of green chemistry.


Industria verde e sostenibile

The project proposes a new solution for converting wet waste streams into green hydrogen and carbon, with recovery of critical raw materials. The goal is to support the green transition, particularly for the metallurgical sector.


Gigafactory sostenibile

The project aims to develop sustainable and safe battery cell production processes, creating a mini pilot line useful for the development of cell production lines used in European gigafactories. A non-secondary goal is to minimize environmental impact and energy consumption.


Immagine evocativa del cervello umano

The goal of the project is the improvement of functional brain imaging, in respect to classical, noninvasive EEG, through the first contrast agent developed for this technology using innovative techniques of microfluidics, nanoelectronics, and high-performance computational science, avoiding the use of invasive techniques involving cranial trepanation.