Working with academia, fostering new talent
- Illinois Institute of Technology
- University of Oxford
- Smith Institute
- University College London
- University of Aachen
- University of Birmingham
- University of Bristol
- University of Leeds
- University of Manchester
- University of Strathclyde
- University of Warwick
- A*Star Computational Centre, Singapore
NAG's roots are firmly placed in academia - NAG was founded as an inter-university collaboration. Our University collaboration continues today as we work with expert individuals and organisations from learning institutions all over the world. These collaborative projects are highly valued and have resulted in extensive contributions to our principal product, the NAG Library.
Types of University collaboration include working with faculty to maximize NAG software benefits through onsite training, the sponsorship of PhD and Msc students, providing a suitable awards program and arranging student placements or internships.
If you work or study at a University and would like to collaborate with NAG either by contributing numerical code, applying for an internship, entering a Student Award or to enquire about NAG software and services do get in touch.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, or KTPs as they are commonly known were created as a bridge between academia and commercial organisations. NAG has always fostered strong relationships with academia - its roots are firmly placed in education - so formalising some of these into the KTP framework makes sense. A short video has been created to highlight the benefits to both Associates and Organisations. Watch the video here.
This blog post sheds light on work conducted under a KTP.