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SPaRK research projects are unique in that they each have a supervisor from a non-HEI partner.  These partners offer support and guidance to SPaRK, providing valuable non-academic input into our training.

Many also provide opportunities for our students to engage with them via the provision of placements to assist in the development of their research and skills, whilst making a real-world contribution to society and industry.

Read more about our partners below. More information will be added soon.

Centre d'Etude des Pathologies Respiratoires

Centre d'Etude des Pathologies Respiratoires

Centre d'Etude des Pathologies Respiratoires

ESR: Hadil Sulieman

Project: Development of advances protease inhibitor nanoformulations for human disease


Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences

ESR: Boris Odložilík

Project: Biological effects of laser-accelerated ion bursts.


International Institute of social History in Amsterdam

International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam

International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam

ESR: Homer Wagenaar

Project: Patentless invention: the economic effects of the abolition and re-introduction of patents in the Netherlands


Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

ESR: Filippo Bertozzo

Project Title: Disease in the Early Cretaceous - A Comparitive Study of Iguanodon and Hadrosaur Paleopathology

 


Sapienza Universita Di Roma

Sapienza Universita Di Roma

ESR: Giorgio Zicari

Project Title: Quantum machine learning in simulated linear-optics scenarios

 


Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast

ESR: Xi Wang

Project: Museum without Walls:  Access for All


Universite Rennes

Universite Rennes

ESR: Theofilos Valkanidis

Project: Deciphering free kicks in football


University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia

ESR: Shane O'Donnell

Project title: Creative media as a vehicle for reduction of suicide risk in men