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Collaborative Collisions are interdisciplinary networking events for Florida State University researchers. Hosted by the Office of Research Development, Collaborative Collisions allow researchers from all Colleges, Departments, and Centers to come together to discuss possible collaborations surrounding defined topics. The goal of Collaborative Collision events is to foster interdisciplinary collaborations by providing an atmosphere to discuss researcher’s expertise, potential contributions to a research team, and partnerships to enhance their own research.

New this year, the Office of Research Development is pleased to announce the availability of competitive funding for project teams that form as a result of Collaborative Collision. The Collaborative Collision seed fund will award one grant for up to $25,000 to the most promising new team that can demonstrate a future path towards external funding. Full details and requirements can be be found at the Collaborative Collision Funding Opportunity Announcement.


Past Collaborative Collision Topics

 

  • Collaborative Collision: 2018 (Keynote Presentation from Department of Defense) (Spring 2019)