There are several different ways in which organisations can work with UCL Energy Institute.
Collaborate on research
- Sponsoring a research project allows the industrial sponsor to gain access to the world-leading expertise and facilities available at UCL for projects that range from short-term investigations to longer-term fundamental research. The competencies of UCL-Energy have been built up over many years and are backed by millions of pounds of funding, both from industry and competitive research grants.
- Becoming a partner in an externally-funded research project can include providing additional skills, facilities, access to data, field studies sites or helping to steer research projects.
Share knowledge and equipment
- Participate in a Knowledge Transfer Partnership project where government support can provide resources to develop new areas of expertise in a company. Participate in joint research seminars and workshops. Share facilities and equipment.
Collaborate on training
- Host or sponsor a doctoral student as an intern. PhD students can be engaged in industry-focused research projects either fully funded or part funded (EPSRC CASE awards) by industry. Participate on taught courses by providing case studies.
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