Knowledge exchange (KE) is a process which brings together researchers, users of research and industry to exchange ideas, evidence and expertise.
SICSA aims to ensure that we exploit and enhance the research capabilities and reputation of Scottish universities to promote an international presence in the field of Informatics and Computing Science research. Our goal is to assist researchers at all levels so that they are able to make a greater economic and social impact.
The SICSA Knowledge Exchange strategy focuses on four key principals:
- Inspire: entrepreneurial awareness
- Equip: researchers with entrepreneurial training
- Exchange: Facilitate early career researchers’ engagement with business and industry
- Nurture: Business development support
Collaboration with Industrial Partners
SICSA works closely with industrial and public sector organisations in the following areas:
Employing research excellence in the challenges of analysis, management, understanding and use of data.
Using research excellence to tackle the present and growing global threat to business of cyber crime. Please contact Alan Settery, SICSA Cyber Security Network Integrator, if you have any questions relating to this area.