CIPRNet (2013-2016): EU Funded FP7 project aimed to develop a network of excellence in Critical Infrastructure Protection as a centre of shared and integrated knowledge and expertise in civil security research.
SAF€RA (2015-2016): The SAF€RA – Rising project aims to exploit RFID technology to improve the safety into the working environment, with a specific focus on emergency scenarios.
FACIES (2012-2014): EU Funded CIPS project aimed at defining methodologies for the identification of cyber attacks and stealth attacks, with particular reference to water distribution grids.
SLO (2013-2014): EU Funded CIPS project aimed to contribute to define a profile of the Security Liaison Officer in terms of competences, leadership, responsibilities, skills and roles at organisational level.
METRIP (2012-2015): EU Funded CIPS project focused on prevention and preparedness of risks in transportation systems.
THREVI2 (2012-2014): EU Funded CIPS project aimed at the difinition of an ontological representation of critical infrastructures, threats, and dependencies.
REFIRE (2012-2013) EU Funded CIPS project aimed at providing strategies for the indoor localization of first responders (e.g., firemen) during their operations in dangerous environments with scarce visibility (e.g., during a blast).
SPARC (2012-2014): EU Funded CIPS project aimed at evaluating the impact of malfunctioning of satellite infrastructure and space assets to the ground critical infrastructures.
HOPES (2010-2013): EU Funded AAL Project aimed at developing an intelligent multimedia and multiformat platform providing innovative social e-services for European elderly persons and their social surroundings.
ASIA for Human Flight (2010-2011): ASI (Italian Space Agency) funded project aimed at the definition of a model to forecast the calcium loss of astronauts in microgravity environment.
SECUFOOD (2009-2010): EU Funded CIPS project aimed at realizing an overview of strategies adopted in EU to prevent criminal, and specifically terrorist, attacks against food supply chains.
MICIE (2008-2011): EU Funded FP7 project aimed at developing a realtime and distributed tool to estimate critical infrastructure dependencies based on the SCADA systems of each infrastructure.