University of Udine
Research, education, professionalisation
The University of Udine (UniUD) was founded in 1978 to offer a variety of studies in the sciences and humanities and has since developed a robust scientific network spanning academia and industry. UniUD is the founder of the Lab Village, a regional research infrastructure that hosts laboratories and an experimental farm in the fields of mechatronics and robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, energy and environmental engineering, cybersecurity, and Agriculture 4.0.
Professor Marta Boaro works in the Polytechnic Department of Engineering and Architecture and is the head of the research subunit “Catalysis for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen production”. Prof. Dr. Boaro coordinates KICStartH2 activities for her University.