The University of Ioannina conducts research (basic and applied) as well as experimental development in all areas and subjects covered by the Departments and Schools of the Foundation, with particular emphasis on Positive and Technological Sciences, Health Sciences, Archaeological Studies and Excavations, Literary and Linguistic Studies, Economic and Sociological Studies, as well as in Educational Sciences. Particular emphasis is placed on interdisciplinary applied research and experimental development programs of interest to industry, the economy and society, both nationally and regionally.

MedLab is an important research hub active in the field of Biomedical Technology and the development of intelligent information systems. The Unit has as its research object the understanding of the theoretical background of Biomedical Technology, as well as the understanding of the basic principles of operation of biological systems and biomaterials, the development of efficient technologies, based on engineering, to meet a wide range of needs. These needs may be in the areas of biological systems modeling, biomechanics, medical technology, automated diagnostics, biomaterials, bioinformatics, patient monitoring systems – using wearable systems, sensors and biosensors, and bulk processing. medical data. In particular, the research activity.

The The University Research Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (EPSEY) is a non-profit Academic Research Institute, established in 1989 by the Ministry of Education to conduct research and development activities in all areas of computer, telecommunications and computer systems. and in their application in a range of fields, such as Transceivers, Radar and generally Electromagnetic Sensors, Satellite and Wireless Communication, Electromagnetic Phenomena Modeling, Neural Networks, Software and Hardware Engineering, Multiplexing Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Energy, Renewable Energy Sources as well as Departmental Production and Management Systems. The staff of ICCS consists of research scientists and more than 500 assistant scientists (including PhD candidates). The research carried out at ICCS is also supported by tangible professors of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). ICCS is a non-profit Academic Research Institute, established in 1989 by the Ministry of Education to conduct research and development activities in all areas of computer, telecommunications and computer systems. and in their application in a range of fields, such as Transceivers, Radar and generally Electromagnetic Sensors, Satellite and Wireless Communication, Electromagnetic Phenomena Modeling, Neural Networks, Software and Hardware Engineering, Multiplexing Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Energy, Renewable Energy Sources as well as Departmental Production and Management Systems. The staff of ICCS consists of research scientists and more than 500 assistant scientists (including PhD candidates). The research carried out at EPISEY is also supported by tangible professors of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).

The Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the School of Economics, Management and Informatics of the University of Peloponnese, was founded in 2013, resulting from the merger of the Departments of Computer Science & Technology and Telecommunications Science & Technology operating at the University of Peloponnese since 2002. research but also development activities in a variety of areas of Informatics and Telecommunications. Examples include the areas of web applications and services, virtual and augmented reality applications, cultural information technology, personalization of information and services, information retrieval, information management in web environments, big data management, information systems and their architecture, information and systems security and so on. The result of this research are the numerous scientific publications of the department’s staff in international scientific journals and conference proceedings. At the same time, the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the University of Peloponnese actively participates in research and development projects, both at European and National level.

Ostracon Ltd. is active in the field of representation of high technology products and solutions in the fields of rehabilitation, health and exercise as well as the provision of research and development services. The company is staffed by experienced staff with high training and specialization in fields such as biomechanics, biomedical technology, information technology, etc. as well as by staff with clinical specialization and experience in areas such as musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation, cognitive rehabilitation, therapeutic exercise, etc. Its products include robotic extraskeletal gait systems, interactive fine and coarse upper and lower limb mobility systems, telemedicine solutions and software for the analysis and treatment of motor and cognitive disorders. Ostracon is knowledgeable in the rehabilitation market and works with Rehabilitation Centers, Hospitals and health professionals.

Physioloft Physiotherapy Center is an outpatient physiotherapy service that focuses on restoring the health and functional abilities of people after an acute illness or injury, such as a stroke, spinal cord injury, heart surgery, arthroplasty, amputation, amputation of the spine. It started operating in Athens in July 2010 in state-of-the-art facilities of 400 sq.m. emphasizing physiotherapy equipment where it has been proven to be the most effective rehabilitation procedure. The company’s research interests relate to the applications of new technologies in restoration such as motion sensors and robotic systems. They primarily focus on the study of human movement through the application of sensor technology (wearable and not), and their applications in the rehabilitation of patients, through their application in physiotherapy operations mainly kinetic therapy and pilates method.