Spin Off

University Spin Off

Spin-offs are new entrepreneurial realities created by students, professors, researchers, post-docs, technical-administrative staff, who exploit the know-how and skills generated in the academic research context. The University supports the creation of ‘innovative start-ups’ as defined by the Italian Regulation DL 179/2012, art. 25, point 2 and 3.

The University recognizes ‘innovative start-ups’ as one of the most innovative tools for the technology transfer to the market.

To submit a start-up proposal, contact the Research and Innovation Office to organize a preliminary meeting. The business proposal and the evaluation phases foreseen by the university regulations will be discussed, according to the internal Regulation.

Our Spin Offs

Since its foundations, 8 spin-offs have been established. Three of them are still active. 

Reference person: Paolo Di Trapani

Website: www.coelux.com

VAT number: 03181930136

Establishment: 02/03/2009

Main business: development of innovative optical systems based on nanotechnologies to artificially reproduce, indoors, natural light and the appearance of the sun and sky. Coelux® offers a unique opportunity for interior architecture by creating the feeling of infinite space.

Reference person: Danjel Delishi

Website: www.sociallibreria.com

VAT number: 03426220129

Establishment: 31/07/2014

Main business: promote extensively the culture thanks to innovative IT tools: from the development of customized software to mobile apps, from cloud services to 3D computer graphics, from e-commerce to the development of e-learning environments, from mobile video game development to image processing.

Reference person: Andrea Spinazzè

Website: http://www.meletenet.it/index.html

VAT number: 06289750967

Establishment: 14/07/2008

Main business: spin-off of the University of Insubria and the University of Milan, created to provide targeted assistance to all companies that must comply with the obligations of the new European regulation REACH (Registration Evaluation and Authorization of CHemicals) and more generally to support companies for problems related to chemical, environmental and occupational risk.



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