The Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (Madeira-ITI) is a not-for-profit innovation of the University of Madeira, founded by the University of Madeira, Madeira Tecnopolo, and Carnegie Mellon University. The institute was created in December 2009 in order to provide a home for the numerous collaborations between these partners, in both research and education.
The work of the institute concentrates primarily on innovation in the areas of computer science, human-computer interaction, and entertainment technology.
Since 2011, M-ITI has been part of the Laboratory of Robotics and Systems in Engineering and Science (LARSyS), an association of six R&D units representing four universities in Portugal: Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Universidade dos Açores and Universidade da Madeira.
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Short presentation about M-ITI.