The University of Maribor recognizes that a high performance, quality and open access research infrastructure is a prerequisite for achieving excellence in research that is reflected in wider social development. For that purpose we are implementing numerous infrastructure programmes and projects enabling us to follow global requirements for a modern, well utilized and internationally rooted research infrastructure according to the open access principle for all researchers, both inside and outside the University.
The research infrastructure of the University falls within the following orientation research fields:
- Advanced Materials and Technologies;
- Health and Safe Food;
- Smart Energy and Circular Systems;
- Artificial Intelligence and ICT;
- Other research orientations.
Open Access to the research infrastructure
Open Access Policy for Research Infrastructure
In line with strategic and development objectives of the University of Maribor regarding the enforcement of open access to the public RI, on 24 November 2020, the Senate of the University of Maribor has endorsed the Open Access Policy for Research Infrastructure of the University of Maribor, which is defining access and usage conditions of RiUM for university and other researchers.Read more
Overview of the research equipment of the members of the University of Maribor with value over EUR 5,000.00
At the University of Maribor, we manage more than 750 pieces of available research equipment with a value of at least EUR 5,000 that is primarily intended for conducting research by UM employees and students as well as external users.LIST OF AVAILABLE RESEARCH EQUIPMET
Infrastructure programmes and projects
The UM infrastructure programme
The infrastructure programme »Infrastructure activity of the University of Maribor«, I0-0029 (2022–2027) is implemented within 8 members and other organizational units of the University of Maribor.
Upgrading research infrastructure RIUM
Through the investment in upgrading research infrastructure (RIUM), we create conditions for using state-of-the-art scientific research equipment according to the open access principle for university and other researchers, with the aim of performing high-quality research, teaching and project work.
The national supercomputing centre HPC RIVR
In 2018, we have successfully obtained co-funding of the HPC infrastructure as the leading consortium partner of the project Upgrading national research infrastructures – HPC RIVR in cooperation with the Institute of Information Sciences Maribor and the Faculty of Information Studies in Novo mesto.