Connect and collaborate in Europe and Russia
We collaborate with the world’s top academic researchers and institutions to develop technologies that fuel data-intensive scientific research to help solve some of the most urgent global challenges. Our fellowships and grants help foster the next generation of world-class scientists who are critical to the future of scientific discovery.
|Coming to Aid of Brain-Tumor Patients
Scientists from Microsoft Research Cambridge are presenting a project that aims to provide more accurate measurements to help surgeons and oncologists treat patients with the most aggressive form of brain tumor.
|Putting Threats to Wildlife on the Map
Thanks in part to the scientific expertise of the Computational Ecology and Environmental Science Group at Microsoft Research Cambridge, Microsoft has been named the first corporate partner of the Red List of Threatened Species.
|Kinect Launches a Surgical Revolution
Microsoft Research Cambridge researcher Helena Mentis is part of a U.K. research team exploring a way for surgeons to manipulate medical images with a wave of a hand.
- ACM Distinguished Speaker Programme
We are pleased to provide partial support for this Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) programme, as well as the contributions of Microsoft Research senior scientists who participate as speakers.
- Academic and Research Programmes in Europe
We support outstanding research in computer science and the scientific disciplines through several funding opportunities and awards.
- Collaborative Institutes in Europe
We collaborate with universities, industry, and governments throughout the region to support basic academic research to advance the state of the art in computing and computational sciences.
- School on Algorithms for Massive Data 2013
Moscow, Russia· 31 July7 August 2013
- PhD Summer School 2013
Cambridge, UK· 15 July 2013
- Machine Learning Summit 2013
Paris, France· 2224 April 2013
- Fighting Wildfires with Data
14 November 2012
- Concurrency and Parallelism in the Venice of the North
27 September 2012
- Information at Your Programming Fingertips
9 July 2012