September 9, 2021
Ben Luijten is halfway through his PhD research at e/MTIC AI-Lab and is already working with his team on a number of prototypes […]
September 8, 2021
LUMO Labs announces a TTT.AI investment in Autoscriber, a Dutch health tech software startup developed in a clinical setting. Autoscriber is developing AI-supported […]
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Vision & focus
Each lab collaborates with one or more external partner(s) (non)profit. At least 5 PhD candidates work with a strong outward-looking agenda and active collaboration in the field of knowledge transfer. Doctoral students work with the partner 1 to 2 days a week. In addition, the labs contribute to active knowledge dissemination at the local level in the region. The agenda is compiled jointly between the knowledge institution(s) and partner(s), with open publishing the results.
ICAI Experts (Joint Appointments programme)
In order to further tackle staff issues and to give young researchers an unique job and opportunities, we are actively working on a programme to offer young researchers a joint appointment with both a knowledge institution and a company.
Knowledge that is developed in the labs can be widely used. By setting up an academy, possibly with external partners, we can actively disseminate the knowledge acquired in the Netherlands among companies, so that this knowledge can also be applied widely. The first MOOC started in 2020.
We will actively activate the community of labs and bring together researchers and companies of the Labs to exchange knowledge, share experiences and get to know each other.
ICAI Launch pad
A PhD student's career is predictable. At the moment, many of the trained PhD students go (back) abroad, without actually being aware of the possibilities and favorable living conditions in the Netherlands. By actively acting on this and also approaching PhD students abroad, we can inform talent about opportunities in the Netherlands and raise awareness about the Dutch labor market.
In collaboration with other partners, ICAI is committed to helping PhD students who have ideas from the labs to start their own company to achieve this. In doing so, cooperation with external partners will be sought and connected to existing and new initiatives to be set up. SME parties are also encouraged by means of Seed Money to enter into follow-up projects based on the results of the labs and raise awareness about the Dutch labor market.