Research at SEERC
Research at SEERC addresses a wide range of economic, technological, social and cultural challenges facing an enlarged and enlarging Europe, and is organised along three Research Tracks.
Within each of its Research Tracks SEERC encourages the formation of Research Clusters, each focusing its expertise on a specific set of research objectives. In line with the international vision established for the Centre, each Research Cluster draws mainly from researchers of the University of Sheffield in Greece and the UK, and actively encourages collaboration with researchers from other universities, research centres and organisations throughout Europe.
Below are links to the Centre's Research Tracks and Research Clusters.
A brief overview of research activities at the International Faculty of the University of Sheffield, CITY College, from 2007 to 2011, is available in this report.
- Research Clusters: Innovation Policy and Support, Strategic People Management, Applied Economics and Finance, Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Research Clusters: Intelligent Systems, Software Engineering & Service-Oriented Technologies, Information & Knowledge Management
- Research Clusters: Culture and Politics, Health and Social Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience