Ab.Acus is a research-driven, market-oriented company.

We aim at spreading and exploiting ICT and engineering-based methodologies in the field of social sciences, humanities, and medicine.

Ab.Acus strives to meet the citizens’ needs by turning the full potentialities of new technologies and existing know-how into new applications.

We carry on a lot of projects working with several different international partners. Are you interested in becoming our partner and in working with us? Visit the section “Contact us“: together we can make the difference!



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  • 01

    25th Congress of the European Psychiatric Association (EPA 2017)

    All day
    Florence, Italy
    EPA’s 25th psychiatry congress will bring together expert clinical psychiatrists, researchers and leaders of stakeholder organizations in the field of mental health.The theme will be "Mental Health: Integrate, Innovate, Individualise". Ab.Acus is present on 4th April with m-RESIST project dealing with treatment-resistant schizophrenia, epidemiology, clinical course and innovative treatments: " Emerging sensor-based m-health interventions in the assessment of psychotic Symptoms".
  • 03

    MoveCare (Multiple-actOrs Virtual Empathic CARgiver for the Elder) Consortium Meeting

    All day
    Jarandilla de la Vera, Spain
    MoveCare (Multiple-actOrs Virtual Empathic CARgiver for the Elder) develops and field tests an innovative multi-actor platform that supports the independent living of the elder at home by monitoring, assist and promoting activities to counteract decline and social exclusion
  • 05

    REELER (Responsible Ethical Learning with Robotics) meeting: "Research Seminar about ethnographic field work"

    All day
    Copenaghen, Denmark
    REELER project aims at aligning the roboticists’ visions of a future with robots with empirically-based knowledge of human needs and societal concerns. Based on extensive robotics/SSH-RRI collaboration, REELER will offer proactive steps towards ethical and responsible robots by suggesting radical changes in current robot design procedures.

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