How to engage with us
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Centre and Fellowship sponsorship—get your company's name associated with Imperial and our researchers. The College’s dedicated Corporate Partnerships team can create a bespoke sponsorship package that suits your organisations’ needs.
Research collaborations—participate in thought leadership for the industry by becoming a formal partner on research council (public-) funded (fundamental) research. Engagement is encouraged from in-kind support (your time and expertise) as much as from cash contributions. Secondments into your organisation, or vice versa, can also be valuable.
Innovation collaborations— work with us to translate our research into real-world applications and demonstrators. The Department has a good track record of accessing funding from Innovate UK and Imperial College has world-leading expertise and support for innovation management.
PhD studentships—fully funded industry studentships allow you to determine the direction of the research undertaken and give more control of intellectual property and knowledge arising from the research.
Donations and scholarships—Pioneer a new wave of philanthropy at Imperial to support the next generation of civil engineers, help sustain academic excellence and develop frontier research areas. The Department would be delighted to discuss priority areas including scholarships, and flexible support funds.
Consultancy - Find the right expert to address your latest challenge from our world leading academic and research staff.
Facilities hire— We host a wide range of state of the art laboratory facilities for research and consultancy.
Guest lecturing—The CDT in Sustainable Civil Engineering has an annual keynote lecture delivered by a leading industry figure. Also put your name forward for our Department-wide guest lecture series.
Host field studies and/or site visits—Help us make our research real by providing sites for real-world research monitoring and analysis. Open up your sites for visits from our research staff and students to give them crucial insights into real construction site challenges.