DCSD’s Guidelines for Good Scientific Practice with special focus on health science, natural science and technical science (2009) include ”Guidelines for agreements at the initiation of research projects”. These guidelines comprise a list of potential terms of agreement and may serve as a checklist when entering into research collaborations.
Commissioned research and industrial PhD projects
The Danish Council for Research and Innovation Policy has developed five model agreements and associated guidelines which cover different types of collaboration between public research institutions and private enterprises:
- Model agreement on commissioned research
- Model agreement on co-financed research (two parties)
- Model agreement on co-financed research (more than two parties)
- Model Agreement on co-financed PhD study
- Model Agreement on Industrial PhD project
Industrial PhD candidates are enrolled at the university and are employed by a private company at the same time. See the article on Industrial PhD candidates.
Please see this article on public sector consultancy.
Model agreement for data sharing
Aarhus University and the Royal Library in Aarhus have developed a model agreement for research collaboration and associated guidelines.
Most Danish research institutions have also gained experience in entering into collaborations with industry, public authorities and other organisations. See also:
University of Copenhagen (UCPH)
Aarhus University (AU)
- Business and innovation collaboration
- Research collaboration
- Guidelines of 13 April 2000 concerning cooperation agreements made between the University of Aarhus and external partners
- Aarhus University’s checklist of 13 April 2000 for drawing up cooperation agreements
Aalborg University (AAU)
- The Contract Unit at Aalborg University
University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
- ForskerKontakten (Researcher Network) at the University of Southern Denmark
Roskilde University (RUC)
- RUCinnovation at Roskilde University
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
IT University of Copenhagen (ITU)
- The report by the Danish Council for Research Policy on International Perspectives on Framework Conditions for Research and Technology Transfer (2014)