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Research support services

Research Management Unit

The research management unit included in the Office for Transfer of Research Result(OTRI)/DEIKER (research promotion and management agency) aims to offer integral administrative management of R+D+i programmes as well as dissemination, support and monitoring for all external and internal calls for projects which may be of interest to researchers at our university.

Within the OTRI/DEIKER organisation chart, this unit’s mission is to assist and support researchers in the tasks related to carrying out research projects.

Some of its objectives include:

  • Assist researchers in the presentation, economic and administrative management, technical and economic justification of research projects and agreements, as well as grants and other public and private funding.
  • Set up information systems to enable transparent rigorous management of research projects.
  • Centralise relationships between researchers and national, autonomous and local governments promoting calls for proposals for subsidised research projects.
  • Manage the internal calls for proposals that foster and boost research.
  • Disseminate information: Locate research subsidies and calls for proposals and inform researchers at the UD.
  • Manage: Manage applications for internal and external calls.
  • Monitor: Follow up projects, feasibility plans, payments, etc.
  • Assess: Assistance during development of the project, manage changes in the project, etc.
  • Justify: Draw up justifications, allegations and other administrative proceedings.
  • Assess: Collect information on the projects presented and feed internal and external statistics.

This unit handles management of UD or external programmes focusing on:

  • Execution of basic and applied research projects.
  • Specific scientific activities: attendance to and organisation of national and international scientific congresses and meetings.
  • Improvement of scientific infrastructure.
  • Fostering scientific production of excellence.
  • Courses for researchers.
  • How research groups work.
  • Encouraging students to begin research.