Working together is a fundamental element of the SMART Project here at DMU Square Mile. By involving all areas of the University and including academics, research staff and PhD students we are creating a network of communication. Our network of communication is fast becoming the vital tool to connecting the research at De Montfort University with the wider community.
Collaborate with Fellow Researchers
Not only does SMART showcase individual research cases, but the project also offers researchers a platform to connect and engage with experts across all disciplines within the University. If you are an academic, member of research staff or student at De Montfort and would like to collaborate your work with a fellow researcher here at the University, then email Square Mile email@example.com
and we can help to get your research collaboration started.
Engaging the public with research at De Montfort is essential to SMART. If you would like to become involved and volunteer for ongoing research trials at the University please email Square Mile firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help get you started.
Read our latest collaborative case studies at De Montfort University and witness how SMART is connecting fellow researchers, businesses and communities together.
Learn about how colleagues David Penman and John Dilley brought their knowledge of WW1 Journalism together and started creating collaborative research
Dr Carole Sutton, founder of the Five Praises Project has shared her novel campaign with fellow researchers Dr Mark Scase and Dr Erica Kucharczyk to join their expertise together and develop the campaign further
Professor of Environmental Chemistry, Katherine Huddersman, works alongside industrial calibrators and global companies to fight the global challenge of water scarcity