Collaborate in research, development and innovation
Research collaboration with Tampere University
Research collaboration may take the form of, for example, a tailor-made commissioned research project, an extensive co-funded project or an international project.
RDI collaboration with Tampere University of Applied Sciences
The social perspective is essential in all TAMK’s RDI. We cooperate with both companies and the public sector. The projects develop new and extensive solutions for regional and national needs.
Co-creation on platforms and networks
Tampere Universities host a broad range of co-creation platforms and networks in different fields.These platforms and networks bring together people who are interested in similar development themes and open up opportunities for renewal not only to companies but also to industrial sectors.
Research to business
Tampere University is committed to supporting new business creation and startups born out of research. For investors and external stakeholders we provide information with ongoing research to business (R2B) projects.
Ways to collaborate
- participate in a co-funded research project or an international project
- become a strategic parter
- launch a development project to support the activities of your organisation
- utilise tailored commissioned research
- use measurement and analysis services
- utilise our agile services for solving narrowly focused problems
- collaborate with our students
- join co-creation platforms and networks
- participate in networking events
Benefits of collaboration
- supports the renewal and innovation activities of organisations
- supports the development and growth of businesses
- allows companies and organisations to tap into our university community’s expertise
- offers a front-row seat to the latest research findings
- helps you find and hire the best talent
- offers access to state-of-the-art research infrastructures
- opens up new avenues for joining extensive national and international collaboration networks
- improves national competitiveness
- improves the quality and relevance of research and opens up funding opportunities
- promotes the transfer of knowledge and technology
- resolves global challenges