Discover the research expertise at U!REKA partner institutions.

HOGENT University of Applied Sciences and Arts is active in applied research and artistic research.

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Research, development and innovation are part of the basic mission of the Metropolia University of Applied Sciences. It focuses on development and innovation activities, as well as supporting research, for the benefit of the Helsinki metropolitan area.

Its strengths are high-quality expertise in different fields, the implementation of ideas into practice and the fine-tuning of solutions so that they meet customer needs. These strengths are served by the multidisciplinary nature of its operations, the abundance of competent people at the UAS and its open international cooperation network.

Metropolia University of Applied Sciences creates, enriches and develops new solutions in cooperation with businesses, the public sector, organisations and local residents.

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Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences is very much the university of its city and region. Innovation, integration and co-creation with stakeholders are what make the Rhein-Main region and especially the city of Frankfurt exemplary in their dynamism and successful evolution as an European business hub.

Research at our institution is determined by a wide diversity of subjects that have, however, a strong uniting theme: being useful to our stakeholders and society. Interdisciplinary and a clear focus on delivering results characterise our main research topics: Demographic Change and Diversity, Mobility and Logistics, Renewable Energies, Networks and Distributed Systems. We actively contribute to technical and social innovation – in our region, in Europe and globally.

We cooperate with external partners from different sectors to approach the complex technical, economic and social challenges of our urban eco-system together. Our institution is a reliable partner for cooperation with the private sector, with nonprofit organisations and public institutions.

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences receives substantial funding from regional, national and European research programmes, making it a major scientific institution in the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main metropolitan area and beyond.

For further information and contact please refer to the website of our Department for Research Innovation and Transfer:

Research at Edinburgh Napier is directly relevant to industry and social issues.

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Research at AUAS is practice-oriented and connects to real challenges in the professional field. Professors, lecturers and students are all involved in research, which contributes substantially to the AUAS' educational programmes.

The AUAS works closely with other knowledge institutions, the business community and the government in seven Centres of Expertise (CoE):

  • Applied Artificial Intelligence
  • Creative Innovation
  • Economic Transformation
  • Urban Education
  • Urban Governance and Social Innovation
  • Urban Technology
  • Urban Vitality

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Research and Development is integral to the activities of VSB-TUO.

The mission of VSB-TUO is to support and develop excellence in science, research and innovation within the interdisciplinary activities of R&D&I, through cooperation across the university (e.g. 3D printing, automotive) as well as collaboration with our international partners. The emphasis is put on further improvement of the quality of research activities led by the university’s faculties and research centres.

The vision of VSB-TUO is to be a high-quality, technically oriented research university, and an institution which is perceived by industry and other research centres across the Czech Republic and worldwide as a key partner for research and innovative activities.

The University’s science and research strategy is based on four fundamental pillars:

  • Engineering and Technology
  • Computer Science and Cyber Physical Systems
  • Energy and Raw Materials
  • Economic and Financial Processes

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Published by  Education and Research 14 September 2022