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  • Vision and assessments - University of Amsterdam
    of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Research Research at the UvA Vision and assessments Research at the UvA Vision and assessments Research priority areas Academic integrity Awards and grants Professors Album Academicum Vision and assessments Research assessments Knowledge valorisation Vision and assessments The University of Amsterdam UvA is a leading international research institution that values promotes and rewards excellent research The UvA enables researchers to perform groundbreaking research and combines a broad research palette with quality by investing selectively in research priority areas Benchmarking provides the main basis for the continuous improvement of research achievements The UvA evaluates the achievements of individual researchers by means of international recognition in the form of prestigious grants awards and prizes and or admission to major academies of arts and science The UvA invests in fundamental research and the resulting innovations Strategic investment in research Because the UvA has a limited research budget the UvA s research profile is based on focus and selectivity A number of research priority areas have therefore been selected and excellent researchers appointed to the research domains in which the UvA aims to reinforce its international profile More information on UvA research priority areas Excellent researchers as human capital Although upscaling teamwork and interdisciplinarity are key factors in many research areas the UvA also realises that research

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  • Research priority areas - University of Amsterdam
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  • Academic integrity - University of Amsterdam
    Research at the UvA Academic integrity Research at the UvA Vision and assessments Research priority areas Academic integrity Awards and grants Professors Album Academicum Academic integrity FAQ Research data management Academic integrity All those involved with teaching and research at the University of Amsterdam have an individual responsibility with respect to the maintenance of academic integrity Accordingly the general principles of professional academic conduct must be observed at all times The University of Amsterdam endorses the principles of the Netherlands Code of Conduct for Academic Practice see right hand column on webpage This Code obliges scientific practitioners not only to respect the principles of meticulousness reliability verifiability impartiality and independence but also to do everything within their power to promote and ensure compliance with these principles in their academic environment One way to verify academic integrity is to exercise the right of complaint when employees of the University of Amsterdam have violated or are suspected of having violated academic integrity To this end the UvA has Academic Integrity Complaints Regulations describing the appropriate measures in the event of a possible violation of academic standards For a schematic representation of the complaints process please see the procedural flow chart Procedural flow chart Questions or complaints about academic integrity As the University Academic Integrity Adviser Prof Hanneke de Haes can be approached for questions or complaints about academic integrity If possible she will seek to mediate or find a solution for the complaint failing which she will refer you to the Academic Integrity Committee where a formal complaint about a possible violation of academic integrity can be lodged Contact details University Academic Integrity Adviser Prof Hanneke de Haes E j c dehaes amc uva nl T 31 0 20 566 4756 direct T 31 0 20 566 7730 Petra Lantink secretary See

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  • Awards and prizes - University of Amsterdam
    spotlight Events Events calendar Information days Inaugural lectures PhD defence ceremonies Lectures debates valedictory lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Research Research at the UvA Awards and grants Research at the UvA Vision and assessments Research priority areas Academic integrity Awards and grants Professors Album Academicum Awards and grants ERC Starting Advanced and Consolidator Grants NWO Spinoza Prize KNAW Academy Professor Prize NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme Veni Vidi and Vici grants Stapenning honorary medallion Awards and prizes A number of organisations in the Netherlands and abroad promote scientific research by allocating awards and grants to scientists and academics to enable them to continue their research In recent decades UvA researchers have been regular recipients of prestigious awards and grants both nationally and internationally The mentioned grants and prizes have been assigned to UvA researchers or awarded by the University of Amsterdam Published by

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  • Professors - University of Amsterdam
    days Inaugural lectures PhD defence ceremonies Lectures debates valedictory lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Research Research at the UvA Professors Research at the UvA Vision and assessments Research priority areas Academic integrity Awards and grants Professors Album Academicum Professors University Professors Honorary Professors Honorary doctorates Professors Professorial appointments Approximately 50 professors are annually appointed at the University of Amsterdam Click on the link below for an overview of the most recent appointments Professorial appointments University Professors and Honorary Professors In addition to regular professorial appointments the UvA also occasionally bestows the special titles of University Professor and Honorary Professor University Professors are expected to stimulate cross disciplinary developments and contribute to a strong university image They are not affiliated with a single disciplinary field Honorary Professors are expected to give regular guest lectures or contribute to UvA research Published by University of Amsterdam

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  • Album Academicum - University of Amsterdam
    Events Events calendar Information days Inaugural lectures PhD defence ceremonies Lectures debates valedictory lectures Conferences and symposia Workshops Press Office Contact Press Office Press releases Filming or taking pictures on UvA premises About the UvA UvA profile Identity and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Research Research at the UvA Album Academicum Research at the UvA Vision and assessments Research priority areas Academic integrity Awards and grants Professors Album Academicum Album Academicum Album Academicum The Album Academicum gives a digital overview of the names of all professors at the University of Amsterdam and its predecessor the Athenaeum Illustre since 1632 to the present In addition to personal details and information about the respective professor s academic background and position the Album also provides when possible a portrait The Album Academicum provides valuable insight into the development of the University Growth and stagnation the development and popularity of certain subject areas the role of women in academic research all of these aspects are reflected in the list Album Academicum Published by

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  • Knowledge valorisation - University of Amsterdam
    and mission Facts and figures Sustainability Internationalisation Rules and regulations Organisation Organisational structure Executive Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Research Research and collaboration Knowledge valorisation Research and collaboration Knowledge valorisation Entrepreneurship Business and industry Government Knowledge valorisation Knowledge valorisation Knowledge valorisation refers to the utilisation of scientific knowledge in practice Examples include developing a product or a medicine or applying scientific knowledge to a system or process Loading video The term knowledge valorisation is akin to the term innovation Innovation means converting new combinations inventions to reality ergo applying them to a product or process An invention alone is not considered an innovation innovation only applies if the invention is used in practice Innovation Exchange Amsterdam Innovation Exchange Amsterdam IXA is the linking pin between the university and the marketplace It brings together the supply of knowledge from the university and the demand for knowledge from the marketplace Innovation Exchange Amsterdam assists researchers in seeking funding for their research projects and or collaboration partners to help them continue to develop their knowledge or invention whether or not under licence and to start

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  • Entrepreneurship - University of Amsterdam
    Board Faculties Staff Graduate Schools and Colleges The UvA in Amsterdam Life in Amsterdam Locations City as campus Sport and culture University Library Museums and Special Collections Working at the UvA Why the UvA Terms of employment Testimonials Information for job applicants Vacancies PhD positions Practical information Disciplines Anthropology Arabic Archaeology Art History Astronomy Biology Book Studies Business Chemistry Child Development and Education Classical Languages Communication Science Computer Science Conservation and Restoration Cultural Studies Dentistry Dutch Earth Sciences Economics English European Studies French German Hebrew History Human Geography Planning and International Development Italian Law Linguistics Literary Studies Logic Mathematics Media Studies Medicine Modern Greek Musicology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Scandinavian Studies Sign Linguistics Slavonic Studies Sociology Spanish Theatre Studies Home Research Research and collaboration Entrepreneurship Research and collaboration Knowledge valorisation Entrepreneurship Business and industry Government Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Where knowledge developed by researchers is found suitable for product development in a new company owned business Innovation Exchange Amsterdam IXA assists researchers in setting up their own business The researcher receives guidance in seeking an entrepreneur and or funding and any staff required to enable him or her to develop the invention until it reaches full maturity Degree programmes offered at the UvA also focus on entrepreneurship One such example is the minor in Entrepreneurship Aside from specialised subject knowledge students also acquire the necessary knowledge and skills in business acumen The UvA integrates entrepreneurship training into degree programmes whenever possible thus introducing entrepreneurship to as many students as possible Present day society not only requires knowledge but also people who know how to apply such knowledge in a creative and entrepreneurial manner For that reason PhD students at the UvA also take an Entrepreneurship course Amsterdam Center for Entrepreneurship The Amsterdam Center for Entrepreneurship uses research and teaching

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