Joint Research ProjectsThe general model for join projects is to split a research to be conducted by two groups. Each group is responsible for research funding of the part, which is performed in the corresponding group.
For instance, two groups from Jimma Univerity and your university negotiate to work on a join project named X. The project is split to two parts: a and b. Depending on the potentials, we decide which part is conducted in which university. By available research funding and academic projects, we conduct our part and regularly communicate with your group.
In other words, each group is responsible for its parted research while conducting it in parallel with the other group.
The other model is to propose a join project between two universities, but it is not east to find a funding body to cover both universities.
JU Potentials and Needs
Although, an academic collaboration is about sharing knowledge between academics regardless of thei...