E. de Wit
Research collaboration between universities and industry
Supervision: Prof. M.P. Gerkema, Dr. H.J. van der Windt, W.A. Dolfsma
The pressure on industry and academia to do research together is increasing. This increase is motivated by the idea that collaboration will increase the application of scientific knowledge. However, there is often a tension between publishing versus practical application. In other words, scientist and industrial partners might have different in goals for the use of the research outcomes. This is often reflected in the preferences for the spending of resources (time and money) within the project. This research aims to gain insight in the practices and strategies that scientists and companies use to realise their scientific and commercial goals within one project. The guiding question are:
- What is the space to manouvre and alling goals within university-industry collaborations?
- What practices helpt to allign goals in university-industry collaborations?
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