Mission: to promote and encourage the technological and scientific research related to human resources and the graduate programs so that NIK can be a reference of scientific and technological development
NIK faculty members and students are engaged in advanced, interdisciplinary research across a broad range of disciplines. From cutting-edge work in robotics and UAV applications, to developments of e-Health solutions, to simulation and optimization of production processes, this fundamental and applied research is addressing vital societal problems and technological challenges and producing innovations and insights that are helping build a better world.
The recent activities are summarized in the following links:
- iRobotics Knowledge center
- Biotech Knowledge center
- SmartLab Knowledge center
- Physiological Controls Group