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Eni and MIT, pursuing excellence in the area of sustainable development

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Our collaboration with MIT

Our partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) of Boston is focused on renewable energy and energy storage technologies, carbon capture, storage and utilization (CCS) systems, and magnetic confinement fusion. Additional programmes study the application of artificial intelligence to the energy industry.

 

The partnership began in 2008 and has been consolidated over the years. The multiple research programmes we have launched reflect the great importance we place on technological innovation as a key factor in achieving the Net Zero target.

Our collaboration in numbers

The main results of our partnership with the MIT of Boston since 2008.

200

scientific publications

70

projects launched

40

MIT people involved in research activities

>40

patent applications

We participate in MIT strategic research initiatives

As part of our collaboration with the MIT we are involved in specific scientific initiatives such as the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI), dedicated to research into low-emission energy, of which we are founding partners. We have also joined the Mobility Systems Center, the newest of MITEI's Low-Carbon Energy Centres, and the MIT Quest for Intelligence (MIT Quest), an initiative to promote advanced research on artificial intelligence for the benefit of society. In particular, our participation in the MIT Quest includes programmes to increase worker safety, reduce CO2 emissions through carbon dioxide capture and develop cutting-edge technologies.

Highlights of our collaboration with MIT
10

average number of scholarships and doctorate scholarships granted each year


19

departments


28

projects ongoing


29

patent applications


10

average number of scholarships and doctorate scholarships granted each year

19

departments

28

projects ongoing

29

patent applications

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