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Post Graduate Research: A route to expanding your engineering R&D capabilityPhD Research: a cost-effective way to future proof your business

Tuesday, 18th May 2021, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration from 9:50 am
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During this online webinar Engineering Faculty will be sharing how external partners can benefit from Post Graduate Research (PGR) R&D collaboration to provide impactful solutions to real world challenges by expanding your internal research capability with access to expertise and facilities within Strathclyde University.

An overview of Faculty expertise will set the scene, followed by Case Studies highlighting the advantages of using different PGR options. We will also share how external partners, regardless of company size, are supported through the process to the point of research project start.  Wrapping up with a Q&A panel session and the opportunity for 1:1 sessions. The 1:1 sessions are available to answer queries on the following topics:

  • Expertise and Facilities
  • Contracts/IP
  • General Enquiries
To arrange a 1:1 session, please click here to book this in advance.  When requesting please indicate which topic area you would like to book.

 


Who should attend?

If you are looking for a cost-effective method to expanding your in-house R&D expertise and access to facilities and equipment via a Post Graduate Researcher, this event will provide a good introduction and answer initial questions.

Benefits of attending

Attending this event will give you direct contact with members of the Industry Engagement teams within the Engineering Faculty, an overview of Faculty capability and an understanding of the benefits of PGR routes in supporting partners’ internal R&D.



Contact

Prof Anthony Gachagan
Associate Dean PGR
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Kirsten Laing
Business Development Manager
Sheena MacKenzie
Senior Faculty Officer (Industry Engagement)

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