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Institution Profile: University of Amsterdam

Type of InstitutionComprehensive University or equivalent
Academic DisciplinesDiscipline non-specified

• In it’s strategic framework for research, the University of Amsterdam outlines the importance of supporting a wider range of research outputs.
• Examples of the range of research outputs that are important to recognize and support include the development of key technologies (AI, quantum technology), the sector plans (natural sciences, social sciences and humanities) being developed at the request of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, and the ‘routes’ in the National Research Agenda (such as energy transition, living history, youth in development, smart industry, etc.)
• The framework for research also outlines the importance of supporting diversity within research groups, team science, interdisciplinary collaboration, and open science practices.

Related Resources

Strategic Framework for Research 12

This Strategic Research Framework from the University of Amsterdam outlines that researchers will be evaluated based on contributions to innovation, developing strategic alliances, contributing to societal challenges, and team science. See page 28.
University of Amsterdam
Netherlands (Comprehensive University or equivalent)
Academic impactEntrepreneurshipOpen ResearchPortfolio assessmentResearch collaborationSocietal impact
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