Supporting and empowering researchers for societal impact while growing Ohio State’s research portfolio
The Office of Knowledge Enterprise supports and empowers researchers in both curiosity-driven and large-scale convergence research and creative expression through programs that develop research teams and talent and strategically grow and diversify Ohio State's research portfolio. The office supports the university by offering programs, funding and resources to enable strategic growth of Ohio State’s research portfolio while bolstering its research reputation, societal impact, and research and innovation footprint.
Targeted engagement opportunities for researchers to further develop skills, ideas and teams including strategic proposal development support, Growing Research Opportunities programs, workshops, briefings and process improvement.
Access to the President’s Research Excellence (PRE) Fund, faculty travel, central cost share; information on limited grant competitions.
Access a suite of materials including agency toolkits, tools for team development and an archive of briefings and workshops.
Contact the Team
Meet the Knowledge Enterprise leadership and team, and see who to contact based on areas of expertise.
Learn more about the origins, goals and objectives of the Office of Knowledge Enterprise.
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See all of the upcoming deadlines, workshops, briefings and events from the Office of Knowledge Enterprise.
Center for Quantum Information Science and Engineering
Reporting through the Office of Knowledge Enterprise, The Center for Quantum Information Science and Engineering brings together a multidisciplinary community of researchers across the university and throughout the region to advance fundamental quantum science, investigate the quantum-classical boundary and explore applications with quantum advantage.
Midwest Semiconductor Network
The Ohio State University is partnering with colleges and universities from throughout the midwest to form the Midwest Regional Network to Address National Needs in Semiconductor and Microelectronics.