Work with us
We are new Centre and are looking to collaborate with stakeholders with expertise in cybercrime, innovation and security.
There are two main ways that organisations can work with us:
- We will be hosting a range of seminar series both public special interest seminars and research seminars. We invite organisations to attend and present at these events. To keep up to date with seminars sign up for our newsletter and visit our website for updates of events.
- We can work with you to apply for collaborative funding opportunities. For example, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) Government funding makes collaborating with us a cost effective solution to implement a project with strategic value to your organisation. Larger research projects benefit from strong partnerships, collaborations, and advisory input, with the potential to be involved in funded research projects.
We understand the importance of partnerships and collaboration, and would love to hear from you regarding your research interests. You can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have prepared a short online form for those expressing an interest in working with us.
If you are considering getting involved in conducting research, our team would be happy to share our project ideas, discuss your own ideas, and guide you through the application process of enrolling in a research degree. The CSI Centre aims to provide a collegial research environment, for you to develop your research knowledge and skill set.
Two popular options of research are:
- MRes: Master of Research, which is a one year research degree, with no taught component, entirely focused on conducting a research project.
- PhD: A four year research project that makes a significant contribution of knowledge to your field of study.
For more information and to find out about student bursaries and studentships, please visit our research study pages.
If you are an academic from another research institution, please contact us at email@example.com to share war stories and we can work to identify collaboration opportunities.