Develops the three-year research programme that the University is committed to finance, elaborates its annual review and forwards it to the Departmental Council;
Looks for all research announcements and programmes where the University could participate;
Offers finance and other useful resources for research;
Communicates the relevant information to the Councils of educational sciences and all scientific studies of the University
Helps teachers prepare research projects;
Collects research projects from the teaching staff, submits it to the Board of Directors through the Departmental Council and follows the advice of the Academic Senate Council on financing those that require funding;
Proposes criteria and procedures for the allocation of funds for University research;
Establishes contacts and practices of projects financed by external bodies;
Provides needed services for publications of teaching and research staff by using the relevant structures of the University;
Collects and catalogues publications of the University’s professors and researchers;
Promotes the integration of the different research policy procedures;
Provides technical support for the organization and management of congresses, conventions, conferences and seminars;
Prepares agreements to be signed with other universities, private and public institutions and research institutes to carry out activities of common interest, submitting them to the Board of Directors through the Department Council and following the advice of the University Senate for approval;
Supervises the execution of consultancy and research contracts by the University;
Oversees the activities of the Doctoral Research programmes instituted by the University;
Evaluates research results annually, specifically, those approved projects that have not been started yet, the ones currently running and the concluded ones and reports them to the Board of Directors and to the University Rating Board.
The Departmental Centre also provides the opportunity for the development of cooperative relations with the institutions and organizations involved in carrying out joint research and funding of scientific university activities.
Center of Excellence for Research on Copyright (CREDA)
The Centre is the result of the collaboration between the General Directorate for Library Heritage, the Ministry of Heritage and Culture’s Author and the Departmental Research Centre. The CREDA performs all activities related to deepen and develop intellectual property and copyright law in particular.
The laboratory develops research referring to the application of a qualitative methodology, with specific software, for data analysis and collection.
Cognitive and Clinical Psychology Laboratory (CCPL)
The laboratory investigates behavioral and mental processes unifying different approaches (clinical psychology, cognitive and behavioral psychotherapy, behavioral neurophysiology), in order to investigate the interaction between motivation, cognition and controlled-interaction contexts.
The Centre involved in the organization of the XIV World Congress of the International Association of Insurance Law (AIDA), held in Rome at the European University of Rome from September 29th to October 2nd 2014.
Psychology Research Center of Politics and Geopolitics (CRIPPEG)
The Centre is a cultural and scientific facility offered by the Area of Psychology. The initiative aims to study business and political leadership and their deciding behavior in public life.
Person, Environment and Law Observatory (OPAD)
A research method rooted in a conception of man who rejects the fragmentation of knowledge and promotes, on the contrary, an unified vision of knowledge and people’s nature, with particular focus on the relationship between the environment and the future generations’ human rights. OPAD consists of a group of researchers who have given birth to five research areas: “Bioethics and Psychology”, “Environmental Science”, “Moral Philosophy”, “Law Philosophy” and “Human Rights.”
Study Centre for Heritage and Territory (CeSHeT)
The Centre has the objective of studying the Italian and Euro-Mediterranean cultural heritage. The study of this heritage is based on an important interdisciplinary implication, with particular attention paid to cataloging, edition of sources and repertoires, reporting, management and development of territorial policies related to the protection of Cultural Heritage.
Laboratory for Logistics, Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility (LIM)
In order to promote sustainable mobility, the laboratory aims to contribute to a better understanding and planning of actions. For this purpose, LIM puts all the necessary steps into the study from both the scientific and the common perspective and, more particularly, promotes the interdisciplinary research in such items. Training and improvement of professional skills.
Business @ Health
The Laboratory of Health in the European Union of Rome was established to define, build and validate predictive models of organizational excellence There is no business without worker’s health! The health of workers is business !. Go to the website