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Managing Imperial-led research projects to maximise impact.

Delivering success

The Research Project Management team has a strong track record of delivering programmes from initiation and proposal - to operational delivery, promotion and conclusion. 

The Research Project Management team undertake project management, dissemination and communications for large collaborative research projects led by Imperial College London’s academics.

Our experienced team use a proven project management framework to manage and deliver results, quickly and effectively. We go on to promote your work, to ensure maximum exposure.

We have successfully secured and are delivering major EU and government-funded research projects of up to £22m, over 5 years with 20 plus partners.

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Brexit

The current situation is uncertain and in a constant state of flux. However as President Alice Gast has repeatedly affirmed, “Imperial is, and will remain, a European university”. The Research Project Management office encourage and we support coordination by Imperial researchers to continue to apply for European research funding.

For the latest news on Brexit and for further information on EU research funding at Imperial, including Horizon2020, please visit the Imperial and the European Union page.


Our projects out and about:

People talking in groups around tablesEAVI2020, EDEN2020, PERFORM and PRESTIGE-AF on show at the European Researchers' Night in London

Another EU-funded inititative, The European Researchers’ Night was hosted at the Natural History Museum in London. Its doors were opened after hours for a festival of scientific exploration. For the Research Project Management Office it was the opportunity to bring four Horizon 2020 research projects EAVI2020, EDEN2020, PRESTIGE-AF and PERFORM2020 into the interconnectivity.

Great Exhibition Road Festival 2019 bannerResearch Project Management (RPM) office dives into The Great Exhibition Road Festival with the Horizon2020 projects

We had the absolute privilege to support EDEN2020 and PERFORM2020, our EU-funded research projects, as they exhibited at The Great Exhibition Road Festival.

PERFORM2020 in the Malaria Zone                              EDEN2020 in the Robot Zone