Our philosophy is that by collaborating as joint forces across research disciplines and industry, we can think broader and deeper, thereby increasing our impact and helping to create a thriving and secure digital society.
We adopt a straightforward approach to collaboration by drawing on each other’s knowledge and expertise, for instance in connection with panel debates, case studies, seminars, Master’s thesis projects and so forth. This approach gives our researchers insight into the challenges facing companies and organisations, and in turn these companies and organisations gain access to a solution-oriented forum for reflection as well as research-based knowledge.
In order to collaborate with us, organisations and companies only need to have a basic interest in working alongside students and researchers to discuss problems within the scope of our three grand challenges. And they must also have the motivation required to solve these problems.
In other words, companies and organisations are not obliged to invest a certain number of hours in collaboration, and nor does collaboration cost them any money. The most important thing is that they want to collaborate to solve problems, and that they supply whatever is needed to achieve this; sparring, data, information or presentations, for instance.
We match companies in our network with Master’s thesis students who are interested in digital media and communication platforms, including the interactions and financial, industrial and organisational shifts that these media and platforms imply.
If your organisation wants to look into the potentiels of a new digital strategy, product, technology or business model, this is a great opportunity to reveal these potentials by asking a Master’s thesis student to do a project with you, thereby generating considerations and perspectives on the strategy.
We are interested in hearing any project proposal of yours, and will be happy to discuss it with you.
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