Sponsorships

The Human Technopole Foundation offers third parties, both public and private, the opportunity to participate in its events, initiatives or activities, by submitting a sponsorship proposal, either spontaneously or in response to specific sponsorship calls, as a chance to meet with high-level international scientific communities, gain access to cutting-edge knowledge, build new partnerships, and showcase their brand, as detailed below.

Sponsorship proposals are subject to assessment by HT. Sponsorships involving any of the following will be excluded: political, trade union or religious propaganda; messages containing fanaticism, hatred, threats, discrimination, violence, contrary to morality and public order; advertising relating to the production or distribution of weapons, products harmful to human health and/or the environment, pornographic and sexually oriented material.

Sponsorship proposals – whether spontaneous or in response to a call – are submitted by filling in the “Sponsorship Form” and sending it to the following e-mail address: htechnopole@pec.fondazioneht.it.

Spontaneous Proposal

Third parties, both public and private, interested in submitting a spontaneous sponsorship proposal to HT are kindly requested to fill in the “Sponsorship Form”, ticking the “Spontaneous sponsorship proposal” box, and send it to the following e-mail address: htechnopole@pec.fondazioneht.it

Call for Sponsorship – Open

Third parties, both public and private, interested in applying to an HT Sponsorship Call, are kindly requested to fill in the “Sponsorship Form”, ticking and filling in the “Sponsorship proposal referring to HT Call No. XXX” box, and send it to the following e-mail address: htechnopole@pec.fondazioneht.it
Submission Deadline: 01/03/2024

Call for Sponsorship No.03 – Deep Learning for Microscopy Image Analysis (EMBO-DL4MIA)

Call for Sponsorship – Closed

Submission Deadline: 20/10/2023

Call for Sponsorship No.02 – Sponsorship gala dinner connected to the conference "Future Trends in Translational Medicine"