A Research Organisation Partner can be any university or institution that perform scientific research. Becoming a research organisation partner has many benefits. Three of those benefits are listed below.
Get access to state of the art instruments and technology
Doing research can cost a lot of money and asking the university or institution for money can be time expensive. The triple helix collaboration makes sure that you do not have to invest heavily in expensive equipment.
Get access to large datasets
Research organisations can influence the data that is collected during a collaboration. Since they do not have to search for participants or pay for people to be in a research, it saves time and money.
Share knowledge and experience during collaboration
During a collaboration between different research organisations, methods and other knowledge can be exchanged. Therefore different research organisations can learn from each other to perform better research. Also, knowledge and experiences can be shared over different areas of expertise. Not only can you share the knowledge with professors from different faculties but also with the training organisations or even the industry partners.
Current research organisation partners
Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
The Western Norway University of Applied Sciences has done research about the effectiveness of VR firefighter skills training which led to publications.
Universidade de Coimbra
The Coimbra University in Portugal is doing research about measuring biometric signals of firefighters during VR FireFighter skills training.
Universidade Tecnológica Federal De Paraná
Universidade Tecnológica Federal De Paraná is a Brasilian University that is performing research on VR firefighting skills training.
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
The Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU) is a modern research and educational institution. On an international level, STU has concluded hundreds of cooperation agreements with foreign universities, faculties and research institutes.
Czech Republic Technical University of Ostrava
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava has long tradition in high quality education and research in engineering, IT, and economics related fields. Research and Development are integral to the activities at VSB-TUO. They focus on applied research and close cooperation with industry.
UU - Utrecht University is a Dutch University that is doing research on the effectiveness of medical simulations.
SPSCH is a secondary technical school, that has taught chemistry for over 70 years and, in recent years, has also added studies such as fire protection and law enforcement.
Estonian Academy of Security Sciences
Estonian Academy of Security Sciences is a public vocational university in Estonia. It provides professional education for Estonian civil servants under the Estonian Ministry of the Interior.
University of Žilina
The University of Žilina in Žilina has been one of the leading educational and scientific research institutions in Slovakia for seventy years. With its rich tradition, it occupies an important place among Slovak universities.