Research

Aggregation and specialization are two of the main pillars of Campus Iberus’ strategy. In the field of R&I, we support the creation of structures of aggregation of research capacities through the “Iberus Action Groups” in order to foster cooperation, resource efficiency and excellent research. These “Iberus Action Groups” bring together researchers from our 4 universities along with companies and organizations from the regional innovation ecosystems, aiming to develop joint R&I projects driven by the Strategic Plan and the specific Action Plans defined for each area of ​​ specialization of Campus Iberus.

The scientific excellent profile and extensive research experience of Campus Iberus universities’ account for participation in more than 240 R&I framework projects, collaborations with more than 2.200 national and international institutions, and accreditation with the “Award for Research Excellence of Human Resources “of the European Commission.

This area of ​​specialization aims to promote excellent collaborative research in order to improve the innovative potential, competitiveness and sustainable growth of the Agro-Food and Nutrition sector of the Ebro Valley. Research activities cover a broad range of knowledge disciplines and domains, building on synergies with research actions from other specialization areas of the Campus.

This area of ​​specialization aims to stimulate joint research actions in a broad range of knowledge disciplines related to social and territorial development, with particular emphasis on Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences & Humanities, Territory, Demographic Change & Well-being, or Sustainable Development, in synergy with research actions of other specialization areas of Campus Iberus.

This area of ​​specialization aims to encourage research and delivery of solutions for the transition to a low carbon economy, with particular emphasis in the fields of Renewable Energies, Clean Technologies and Sustainable Environment, in synergy with research activities from other  specialization areas of Campus Iberus.

This area of ​​specialization aims to stimulate excellent collaborative research in the field of Health Technologies, as well as other other Biomedical and Health Sciences related disciplines of knowledge, in synergy with other areas of specialization of Campus Iberus.

This area of specialisation aims to support collaborative research and development of innovative solutions for an efficient use of resources in the transition towards a Circular Economy and Bioeconomy, in synergy with research actions of other areas of specialization of Campus Iberus.

We support researchers and staff from our universities by funding calls that we launch on a regular basis in order to promote international mobility, offer qualified training on topics of interest for the development of research activity and facilitate the use of the Campus Iberus’ delegation in Brussels.

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