Scientific and artistic production is a critical factor in the success of universities – but not just there. Science lies at the root of solving nearly all major problems and challenges we face today, whether they are political, social or economic in nature. As a higher education institution, we believe that universities play a central role in advancing knowledge in various fields which serves as a foundation for developing new theories, discovering new facts, and thereby enhancing the existing body of knowledge. Additionally, our scientific and artistic activities and their results aim not only to continuously strengthen our own educational process but also to contribute to the creation of responsible and independent individuals who have developed critical thinking skills and understand the necessity of continuous personal development and learning.

In its activities, Algebra University fully supports the concept of the triangle of knowledge, which involves the interaction between the three main components of the modern knowledge economy: education, research and innovation. We believe that the mutual influence and interconnection of these elements are key to enhancing economic growth, competitiveness and social progress. As a consequence of the knowledge economy we live in, we believe that teacher-researchers play a crucial role in creating new value as well as technological, cultural and social innovations. This is particularly true for researchers in the domain of applied sciences, which are the focus of Algebra University. We are aware that high-quality scientific production positions the university as a credible and authentic source of quality knowledge and information, which impact all social factors, from the economy to public bodies and civil society. Our goal is to contribute to the strengthening of the local, regional and European communities in which we live through our scientific research activities, and to assist in the formulation and implementation of informed public policies. This goal aligns with the multi-year strategic programme of scientific and artistic research in every field of science and arts for which a license is sought, along with measurable indicators of the programme’s achievement.

We aim to clearly establish a strong position within the so-called quadruple helix, an innovation model that posits the knowledge economy has four main supportive pillars: higher education (university), the economic sector (industry), the public sector (public administration) and civil society. It asserts that all four pillars are essential for the joint creation of knowledge and innovation, which should not and cannot be understood merely as a technological process but as a broader social process.

We collaborate on projects and initiatives with the wider community of scientific, educational and industrial partners as well as public institutions, across a broad range of topics primarily in the field of technical and social sciences, but also in the field of humanities, natural sciences and the field of arts.

Comparative review by fields of science and the field of arts

We continuously reflect on and plan additional activities to promote research groups, their work and the impact of research conducted by the institution, aiming to attract new scientists-researchers as well as provide additional motivation for existing ones and foster their domestic and international collaboration.

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Research Group #1: Computing and Software Engineering
Research Group #2: Labour Market and Education
Research Group #3: Digital Economy and Digital Marketing
Research Group #4: Data Science, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence
Research Group #5: Cybersecurity  
Research Group #6: Digital Health
Research Group #7: Arts