Institute

Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie per l'Energia e la Mobilità Sostenibili (STEMS)

Director

dr. ing. RICCARDO CHIRONE

Email: riccardo.chirone@cnr.it
Phone number: 00393316083765

Info

Via Guglielmo Marconi, 4 - 80125 Napoli (NA)
Phone number: 081 7177 111
Fax: 081 2396 097
Email: riccardo.chirone@stems.cnr.it
Url: http://www.stems.cnr.it

Mission

The mission of the Institute is to provide effective answers to the challenges relating to climate, energy and mobility. These are closely related issues that must be addressed with a holistic approach with regard to their implications for citizens and in general for society as a whole. The activities address issues of priority interest at national and international level, such as the decarbonisation of the energy and mobility sectors, the energy transition towards renewable resources alternative to fossil ones, the improvement of energy efficiency. These are aspects of interest for various industrial sectors, including agriculture and off-road. Research activities also concern the use of distributed sensors and the application of advanced data analytics methodologies in the management and optimization of energy systems.
STEMS can play also a connecting role towards society and the national, regional, university and SME production system, thanks to its research skills It can operate as a supplier, trainer, catalyst and "disseminator" of knowledge and innovation. STEMS operates on different levels, the international and the national one, pursuing excellence from the point of view of research and, with reference to the national dimension, also plays a role of connection between the world of research and the technological productive fields of the Country with the aim of making the national industrial system more sustainable and resilient, at the same time favoring the creation of new entrepreneurship.
Finally, it is important that STEMS implement an active and as much inclusive dissemination, also exploiting the opportunities offered by joining professional networking telematic networks, such as LinkedIn, ResearchGate or other, which allows to increase the visibility of its work.

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