Cooperation in R&D&i projects is one of the main ways of generating innovation and increasing competitiveness. The math-in network has carried out more than 50 collaborative projects in areas of interest for the industry and has successfully participated in different calls such as CENIT (Centre for Innovation in Transport), CDTI (Centre for Industrial Technological Development), PROFIT (Programme to Promote Technical Research), PETRI (Programme to Promote the Transfer of Research Results), etc. with multiple partners and collaborators.
math-in collaborative projects stimulate activities aimed at acquiring new knowledge to develop new technologies of interest for companies or to significantly improve the existing ones. These projects are always contrived with the purpose of opening new innovative ways in the near future. Up to now we have carried out collaborative projects with more than 50 clients who have put their trust in us.
Examples of collaborative projects developed by the math-in network