Collaborate with researchers

Collaborate with researchers

At BTH we think it is important that research is conducted in close cooperation with wider society. In this way, the research will be more applied, which means that it will make a difference. Many of our research projects are therefore conducted in close cooperation with industry and society.

There are great opportunities for you and your organisation to collaborate with BTH and our researchers in research projects that will make a difference to your business. We are open to cooperation in various forms within our research areas. Collaboration may consist of assignment research, funding of doctoral students or professional development. Please contact us for information about our research fields and how to get help from our researchers.

See all our research fields.

Strong research environments in urgent fields

At BTH there are three research environments with funding from the Knowledge Foundation.

One focuses on creating resource efficient systems for the analysis of large amounts of data. The research is conducted in cooperation with a number of companies including Ericsson, Telenor and Sony Mobile Communications.
See this research field.

The other research environment focuses on the production of digital methods and tools to develop the next generation of sustainable products in the manufacturing industry. The research is carried out in collaboration with a number of companies e.g. Volvo, Tetra Pak and GKN Aerospace.
See this research field.

The third focuses on developing new working methods and methods so that Swedish companies can develop future software intensive products and services in a competitive way. The research is carried out in collaboration with Ericsson, Sony, Telia Company, Handelsbanken, Swedbank, MaxKompetens, Time People Group, Tolpagorni Product Management, QTEMA och Fortnox.
See this research field.

Visual and interactive system

In addition, BTH runs a major project, funded by the Knowledge Foundation, aimed at developing visual and interactive systems focu- sing on the human being. The project is conducted in collaboration with WIP, Ericsson, Axis Communications and Tobii Pro.
See this research field.

Grants office

BTH Grants Office assists researchers with identifying, applying for, and coordinating external research funds. We inform about upcoming calls and events, provide business intelligence and initiate workshops and seminars on funding for research and development projects. We offer advice and support for proposal writing as well as ongoing project management.

Read more about Grants Office.

Contact us

Andreas Larsson, pro-vice-chancellor
E-mail: andreas.larsson@bth.se
Telephone: 0455-38 55 55