Research infrastructures are a fundamental requirement for research work. They support organised research and researcher education while maintaining and developing the University's research capacity. Typical components of research infrastructures include:
- Equipment, research and measuring stations, research vessels, specialised laboratories
- Research material collections and databases, archives and libraries
- Communication networks, high-performance computing centres, other IT capacity
- Infrastructure maintenance and upkeep as well as support services for users
More information on the University’s research infrastructures is available through the TUHAT system, where you can browse or search infrastructures based on topic or search term. TUHAT will also lead you to the home pages of the individual infrastructures, which offer more detailed information on the equipment and provided services.