Collaboration on research and development

There are many ways of collaborating on research and development. Examples include research centres and research projects, commissioned research, adjunct professors, industrial doctoral students and infrastructures and labs. Much of our research is very international in its nature, and many projects involve direct collaboration with groups at universities abroad. Many of Chalmers’ research projects are carried out in collaboration with other institutes of higher education and and/or public and private parties.
 

Via the departments

To contact researchers at a department, you can either contact them directly or via the Vice Head of Utilisation.
 
 

Across traditional disciplinary boundaries via the Areas
of Advance

Through our Areas of Advance, we bring together expertise from across our departments to tackle complex global societal challenges with other parties in society. If you are looking for partners in the fields of production, energy,  Information and Communication Technology, transport, nanotechnology, urban development, bioscience, life science or materials science, please contact our Areas of Advance to discuss your ideas.
 

Development projects via research institutes

Please contact our research institutes for specific projects and with clear problems which you need help from researchers to solve. Our projects vary in size and are both short-term and long-term.  The institutes do not publish scientific articles. They simply offer institutional support and supplement Chalmers Research. They operate under conditions of confidentiality if necessary.

Chalmers Industriteknik, CIT

The Chalmers Industriteknik foundation is a research department that utilises research on behalf of Chalmers, industry and commerce and society at large. CIT offers support services for industrial development processes and works in all knowledge areas that Chalmers represents.

SSPA

SSPA offers a wide range of maritime services, everything from ship design, energy optimisation and finding the most effective ways of interacting with other modes of transport to implementing infrastructure analyses and risk assessments in the maritime environment and safety.  Owned by the Chalmers University of Technology Foundation.
 

Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre for Industrial Mathematics (FCC)

Founded by Chalmers and the German Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft as a commercial, non-profit Swedish foundation for developing and adapting mathematical methods to industry.
 

Contact and more information

Anders Wennberg, industry and commerce officer.
 
 

Published: Wed 13 Dec 2017. Modified: Fri 19 Oct 2018