Research infrastructures at Tampere University
Research infrastructures are facilities, equipment, data networks, databases, materials, software and services that facilitate world-class research, promote research collaboration, help researchers build their skills and expertise, and strengthen the institutional capacity for research and innovation.
Research infrastructures at our faculties
Tampere University houses more than 100 research infrastructures. As we are in the process of mapping out the research infrastructures located across the University, this website will be regularly updated with new content.
Research infrastructures at the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences
Research infrastructures at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology
Research infrastructures at the Faculty of Built Environment
Research infrastructures at the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
National and international research infrastructures
Support for business R&D
Much of our research infrastructure is available for use or hire by our collaboration partners. If you are not sure where to find the right service or hardware, please contact us at industry [at] tuni.fi. We help you find the most suitable form of cooperation for your organisation's needs and resources.
Research data means any information and materials that are generated, processed and utilised in the performance of research. Research findings are based on research data. In addition to datasets, research data includes metadata which describes and documents the context, contents and structure of the data. Research data is analysed for the purpose of arriving at an informed conclusion, but data is also in itself an important output of the research process.
General principles of research infrastructures
Tampere University has defined general principles of research infrastructures.
To ensure the up-to-date research environments, the university has launched an annual investment programme to develop and maintain the research infrastructures.
Responsible development of research infrastructures
We are committed to the ethical management and use of research infrastructures throughout their lifecycle. All users as well as staff who maintain research infrastructures must comply with the principles of good scientific practice and good governance. Research infrastructures are operated and managed in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our priority at all times is to ensure our research infrastructures are safe to use.
If you have questions about the development of research infrastructures, please contact research development specialist Anu Juslin.