Events

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Entrepreneurship for researchers

Event Date:
Posted on 08. Dec. 2021
Location / Venue
Online 16:00 - 17:00 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

Join Innovation Consultant & Entrepreneur Dr Marco Masia for this exclusive training workshop on entrepreneurship skills for researchers! Sign up now: https://euconf-eu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HKTNOxHPR-WfHChtFQLU2g

 

Entrepreneurship for researchers

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Making an Impact: How to communicate your science effectively

Want to know how to make an impact with your research?
Event Date:
Posted on 08. Dec. 2021
Location / Venue
Online 16:00 - 19:30 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

Join Dr Sam Illingworth, Associate Professor in Academic Practices, Edinburgh University, UK, and learn more about how to communicate about your research in a much more impactful way. Dr Sam Illingworth is a world-leading expert in science communication, public engagement, and interdisciplinary research. As well as a h-index of 16, and over 60 publications, Sam has experience in developing impact with a wide-range of stakeholders, from policymakers to community groups Sign up now: https://euconf-eu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UTxUd0uaS3aSwwj3rfWflA

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How to ensure mental health and well-being for researchers

Join this free workshop and learn how to keep your mental health.
Event Date:
Posted on 08. Dec. 2021
Location / Venue
Online 18:00 - 19:00 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

Join Dr Brian Cahill of the Leibniz Institute in Germany for a free workshop on 'How to ensure mental health and well-being for researchers'. Sign up now: https://euconf-eu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_T_yPUBNpQJWNjaBo_eopuw

 

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MEET MY LAB!

Climate Change Innovation & Global Health (II) Focus area: Marine Biology
Event Date:
Posted on 15. Nov. 2021
Location / Venue
Online, 19 Nov 2021, 17:00 - 19:00 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

Research teams from Europe and ASEAN showcase their work in the areas of climate change innovation & global health. Go on a virtual tour with our presenters, visit their labs and meet their teams! This is your opportunity to connect with top researchers and to build international collaborations!

 

Labs to be presented:

● Marine Microbiology

● Sustainable Aquaculture

 

MEET MY LAB!

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FUNDING FOR STAFF EXCHANGES

EU funding for Staff Exchanges and collaboration with Europe: MSCA Staff Exchanges Call 2021
Event Date:
Posted on 15. Nov. 2021
Location / Venue
Online, 18 Nov 2021, 16:00 - 16:45 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

The MSCA Staff Exchanges funds short-term international and inter-sectoral exchanges of staff members involved in research and innovation activities of participating organizations. The aim is to develop sustainable collaborative projects between different organizations from the academic and non-academic sectors (in particular SMEs), based in Europe and beyond. Exchanged staff benefit from new knowledge, skills and career development perspectives, while participating organizations increase their research and innovation capacities.

 

FUNDING FOR STAFF EXCHANGES

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Keynote & EU funding opportunities for career development and excellence science – MSCA & ERC

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Event Date:
Posted on 15. Nov. 2021
Location / Venue
Online, 17 Nov 2021, 16:00 - 16:45 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

Europe's global approach to cooperation in research and innovation: strategic, open, and reciprocal.

Find out funding and collaboration opportunities to pursue your research career in Europe with a focus on the Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions and the European Research Council.

Keynote speech (video message): 'Europe's global approach to cooperation in research and innovation: strategic, open, and reciprocal' by Nienke Buisman, Head of Unit, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, Global Approach & International Partnerships, European Commission.

 

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

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How to plan your international research career: ASEAN researchers share their tips & advice

GONE THERE, DONE THAT!
Event Date:
Posted on 15. Nov. 2021
Location / Venue
Online, 17 Nov 2021, 14:00 - 14:45 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

A panel of early-career researchers of various disciplines share their advice on how to build and sustain international collaborations and a global research career.

ModeratorMorse Flores, Human Rights Officer/Coordinator: OHCHR Indigenous & Minorities Fellowship Programmes, United Nations.

 

GONE THERE, DONE THAT!

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From lab to real world application

EU-ASEAN RESEARCH COLLABORATION @WORK
Event Date:
Posted on 15. Nov. 2021
Location / Venue
Online, 16 Nov 2021, 18:00 - 19:30 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

The European Union and ASEAN have a long record of successful Research & Development and socio-economic cooperation. The new objective is now to extend this cooperation towards jointly building up Green technologies and the capacities and competencies to develop and apply these successfully.

The GreenTech initiative seeks to achieve this through dedicated transfer of Green Technologies, collaborative EU-ASEAN Research & Development and related capacity building. This session will showcase initiatives and successful collaborations through this sub-project of the EREADI program.

Program:

Part 1: Aerosol research for Covid-19 infection protection

Part 2: Advanced additive Manufacturing

 

From lab to real world application

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MEET THE RESEARCHERS!

MSCA-funded projects that help us meet Green Deal goals
Event Date:
Posted on 15. Nov. 2021
Location / Venue
Online, 16 Nov 2021, 17:00 - 18:00 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

How can Research & Innovation help achieve climate neutrality? This session brings together excellent projects and researchers funded under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), as well as other research and innovation initiatives. Here we also explore how R&I can help achieve the goals of the European Green Deal.

Presentations:

1 Creative Food Cycles – Creative Europe Programme

2 The Wine Lab - Generating Innovation between Practice and Research – Erasmus+ Programme

 

MEET THE RESEARCHERS!

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HAVE IDEA – NEED FUNDING!

How EU funding helps researchers find solutions to climate change & global health challenges
Event Date:
Posted on 15. Nov. 2021
Location / Venue
Online, 16 Nov 2021, 16:00 - 17:00 (SGT GMT+8)
Country
Singapore

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) are part of the EU’s framework programmes for research and innovation. They support the training, career development and mobility of researchers in all scientific domains, at all stages of their careers and from all over the world.

In the area of Green Deal research, almost 500 projects have been supported so far, including 297 postdoc fellowships, 55 doctoral programmes, and 35 collaborative staff exchange projects.

This session illustrates how MSCA funding helps researchers find solutions to climate change & global health challenges.

 

HAVE IDEA – NEED FUNDING!