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Innovation & Enterprise

Innovation and Enterprise

Innovation and Enterprise

The Department of Informatics features a broad range of research from theoretical work in computer science to the engineering of advanced robots. Formed from a recent merger between Computer Science and parts of the Division of Engineering, Informatics provides a rich environment for cross-disciplinary work. The resulting research achieves impact through application to business and industrial problems, relevance to healthcare, contributions to standards and also through consultancy and public engagement.

The Department is keen to support and promote innovation and enterprise across several different aspects, including consultancy, executive short courses, industrial projects and collaborations, and student-centred innovation. We are supported in our interactions with business and industry by our Industrial Advisory Board. More details of our activities in this area can be found on these pages.

Consultancy

If you would like more information about consultancy services by any academic from the Department of Informatics, please speak to the central consultancy team, who manage all contracted services with external clients.

Mark Hartman, Consultancy Operations Manager, can be contacted on:

Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 8086

Email: mark.hartman@kcl.ac.uk

Short Courses

The Department contributes to a number of short courses run centrally by the College, aimed at executives and business leaders in both the public and private sectors.  KPED can also tailor courses so that they reflect business needs. For any information about bespoke professional education, please contact the King's Profession & Executive Development team on:

Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 7179

Email: kped@kcl.ac.uk

Innovation Fellow

The Department of Informatics has an Innovations Fellow, Dr Thrishantha Nanayakkara, who is part of a cross-College network of academics

to support the promotion and identification of King’s innovation through research and its subsequent impact.

The role aims to develop and deliver innovation strategy as well as identifying impact within academic groups by:

  • Promoting dialogue with colleagues around opportunities for innovation and translation of research
  • Working to exploit these opportunities to maximum benefit in line with strategy
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