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WHAT WORKS CLASSES
27 September 2016
11th-14th April 2016
7-10th November 2016
19th April 2016
4th October 2016
10th May 2016
6th December 2016
17th May 2016
7th July 2016
12th July 2016
15th November 2016
5th-16th September 2016
The JDI works to bring together
UCL departments and/or external stakeholders to put together major
multidisciplinary research bids.
We will support your bid through:
- finding partners
- proposal writing
- project management
- result dissemination
Our recent successes include:
- £7m EPSRC bid award to establish new national Security Science Doctoral Research Training Centre - UCL SECReT. The bid involved 20 UCL research groups and 35 external partners who agreed, in letters of support, to contribute £10m worth of cash and in-kind support.
- 3m Euro FP7 bid award for Project RIBS - Resilient Infrastructure and Building Security. The bid involved 4 UCL research groups and 4 European partners.
Key areas of interest
We are interested in a wide spectrum of research in the crime and security field, covering bids to a range of funders and research councils. For example: the Research Councils UK 'Global Uncertainties' programme - "providing security for all in a changing world".
UCL focuses on delivering solutions in key areas:
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