Opportunities for Companies to Engage with Research Experts
Learn how your R&D can be funded when collaborating with DCU
Hear about DCU research capabilities available for you to access
Meet with research experts to discuss your business challenges
Find out how DCU assists businesses
For companies interested in innovation through R&D this is an invitation to meet face-to-face with experts who are actively engaged in research that has applications across many industry sectors. This is your opportunity to outline to research experts the challenges you are facing, explore new ideas and the various options to collaborate and fund future R&D projects. Companies with both an established R&D programme and start-ups with new ideas are all welcome to attend this free event.
Following a light breakfast we will present an overview of research at DCU and you will hear from companies who have previously collaborated with DCU and speak about innovation. This will be followed by short, pre-scheduled, one-to-one meetings that will take place between individual DCU researchers or our business development specialists and industry representatives who are interested in extending their R&D capability by working with DCU.
Register now:- www.b2match.eu/dcubusinessmatchmaker2017
At registration, you can also create a profile of your company and the areas that are of interest to you. You will then be able to request individual meetings with DCU researchers who have expertise in your field and they will be able to request meetings with you. Additionally, you can request meetings with other enterprises of interest. A few days prior to the event you will receive your meeting schedule.
Main sector and topic areas
|ICT & Digital Services||Biopharmaceuticals|
|Internet of Things||Manufacturing Competitiveness|
|Lifesciences and Health||Physical Sciences|
|Advanced Manufacturing & Materials||Social and Ethical Impact|
|Water Resource Management||Legal Studies|
|Energy & Environmental Sustainability||Communications & Public Engagement|
|Social & Economic Concerns||Social Enterprise|