Unisinos internationalization project foresees that in the next four years the institution will become a national reference in the study of hospitals, intelligent factories, innovation ecosystems and impacts of digital transformation on social processes, as long as it does not neglect its vocation related to humanities and technology. This means that the Capes Print Notice presents an opportunity for Unisinos to strengthen its physical presence internationally in an interdisciplinary way by expanding the contact networks in partner universities on the strategic themes, also placing Unisinos among the global clusters of research and innovation so that it can consolidate its vision of becoming a world-class university.
The project also aims to provide society with qualified study results and technologies that are closely related to the interests of international policies, especially connecting the PRINT Unisinos actions with the UN sustainable development actions. Nationally, it intends to subsidize the decisions of public policies and governmental actions, such as industrial development policies, the national policy on Health Technology Management, the Brazilian Strategy for Digital -E-Digital Transformation, the Work Group for a National Strategy for Industry 4.0, among other strategic issues relating to the Ministries of Health, Education, Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication.
The Unisinos internationalization project presents four (4) research projects in international cooperation: