Hogeschool van Amsterdam

CREATE-IT applied research

For companies and organisations

Meet talent and develop innovative products with our researchers.

CREATE-IT researches and develops digital applications and models together with the creative industry, IT sector and social/cultural organisations. The overarching theme for all research is Citizen Empowerment.

There are different ways an organisation can take part:

COLLABORATING WITH SPECIFIC RESEARCH PROJECTS

Our research groups work together with cutting-edge partners in media, gaming, design, fashion, IT and culture to undertake research projects. Together, we search out (new) knowledge and innovations within these sectors. The resulting knowledge is shared, both with each other and via education.

Please make contact with a research group for collaboration possibilities.

LAB INDUSTRY LEADER

  • As a Lab Industry Leader of one of our labs, you are closely involved with a lab’s research. Young talents, researchers and businesses work together to research and develop digital applications. Current Lab Industry Leaders include organisations such as Cisco, Digital LBi and Info.nl.

For more information about the possibilities for your organisation, make contact with the Amsterdam Creative Industries Network.

JOIN THE KNOWLEDGE MILE

Join the Knowledge Mile and work together on the most intelligent street in the Netherlands with partners such as the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA), KPN, NS, Bell Labs, Rabobank and Waag Society. Is your business located in the area that runs from Amstelplein to Nieuwmarkt in Amsterdam? Or do you want to use the Knowledge Mile to test, develop or showcase one of your products or ideas? For more information, contact our community manager Maarten Terpstra. 

Or become a member of the Knowledge Mile community

Do you want to work together with CREATE-IT in another manner? Or are you interested in currently running research? We’d love to hear from you. Make contact with Sabine Niederer, general manager.  

Published by  CREATE-IT Applied Research 27 May 2016