Research teams (SRIs)
Within AMI, research is organised in research teams or Strategic Research Initiatives (SRIs). These are collaborations between university researchers, centered around a central research topic with a concrete goal. A possible goal could be to initiate the cooperation on a new specific research topic or to write a joint grant proposal. SRIs have a timespan of around 2 years. At the end of the agreed timespan, an SRI can apply for an extension of the timespan hereby specifying the concrete remaining topics and the additional goals to be reached.
Click here for an overview of ongoing SRIs.
Are you a researcher at TUD, TU/e, UT or WUR? And would you like to learn more about creating a research initiative at AMI? Download the infosheet here.
At AMI researchers you will find a complete list of all applied mathematics chairs of the four universities.
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