Case studies



Case studies

SIAMPI conducted case studies in the following fields:

  • Nanotechnology
  • ICT
  • Health
  • Social and human sciences


SIAMPI indicators for Productive Interactions:

Direct:
personal interaction
between stakeholders

Indirect:
interaction between stakeholders through media or ‘carriers’

Financial:
material interaction
between stakeholders

         Face-to-face meetings
(For example consultation rounds with stakeholders)

         Double functions, other mobility arrangements

         Phone conferences

         Presentations

         Email

         Social media

         Conference

         Videoconferencing

         Public debate

         Radio, tv, internet

         Etc

         Academic journals (scientific publications)

         Non academic journals

         Professional journals

         Popular media

         Exhibitions

         Artefacts, models

         Films

         Master theses, graduate projects

         Standards, protocols (for example medical guidelines)

         Annual plans, implementation plans

         Social media

         Etc

         Research contracts, public and private, and mixed, national, international

         Facility, instruments, sharing

         Start ups

         Contribution ‘in kind’ (people)

         IPR arrangements, contracts, patents, licenses, project grants

         Lump sum grants

         Professional training

         Other stakeholder interest

         Etc

Indicators of Productive Interactions are context-dependent, as they can have multiple meanings depending on different social contexts. Because of their context-dependency, indicators differ per research field and are developed in collaboration with stakeholders. For example, SIAMPI makes use of focusgroups to determine specified indicators for each research field.



Last Modified: 24-07-2012