Research for Development
The series “Research for Development” is a collaboration between Fondazione Politecnico di Milano and the publisher Springer. The objective is to promote complex texts that are the outcome of wide-ranging and highly sophisticated research projects, defined by multi-disciplinary content and targeting development. The intention in this series is to promote development, in all its many interpretations, including sustainable growth, environmental benefits and efficient use of resources, innovation applied in all “polytechnical” sectors, long-lasting economic development, knowledge economy and social responsibility. Below are several of the thematic areas addressed in this series: Urban regeneration and infrastructure; Infomobility, transport and logistics; Environment and territory; Cultural heritage and conservation; Energy; Chemistry, materials and nanotechnology; Physics; Aerospace; Information industry, services and technologies; Health; Continuous development.
In September 2018, Scopus selected the series “Research for Development” for inclusion in its database. Scopus is currently considered the largest bibliographic database of abstracts and citations from scientific literature.