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Programme Management
Aspire

Aspire

As ATRC’s programme management pillar, ASPIRE drives the creation of future transformative technologies

ASPIRE works in consultation with cross-sector industry stakeholders, universities and research institutes to frame problem statements. It also launches grand challenges and international competitions to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues. ASPIRE brings together exceptional people, ideas, resources and technologies to solve complex challenges.

Applied Research
Aspire

Technology Innovation Institute

Technology Innovation Institute, the dedicated ‘applied research’ pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), is a pioneering global research and development centre that focuses on applied research and new-age technology capabilities. The Institute has seven initial dedicated research centres in quantum, autonomous robotics, cryptography, advanced materials, digital security, directed energy and secure systems.

By working with exceptional talent, universities, research institutions and industry partners from all over the world, the Institute connects an intellectual community and contributes to building an R&D ecosystem in Abu Dhabi and the UAE. The Institute reinforces Abu Dhabi and the UAE’s status as a global hub for innovation and contributes to the broader development of the knowledge-based economy.

Key research areas:

quantum
Quantum

Evolving and accelerating the ways we process information

Autonomous Robotics
Autonomous Robotics

Developing future autonomous robotics systems

Cryptography
Cryptography

Building the backbone of digital security systems

Advanced Materials
Advanced Materials

Developing new structures that will shape the way objects are made in the future

Digital Security
Digital Security

Pioneering new ways to make real-world systems more secure

Directed Energy
Directed Energy

Precise applications of high energy sources for a better wolrd

Secure Systems
Secure Systems

Drive end-to-end security and resilience in cyber, physical and autonomous systems