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Webinar: "How Industry and Research Infrastructures can innovate the Big Science Market: The BSBF Technology Transfer Track", 18.02.2021 09:30-12:45 CET.
Joaquin Capablo's picture

https://eventos.cdti.es/EN/webinar_20210218_bsbf

Description:

The third Big Science Business Forum Webinar titled: "How Industry and Research Infrastructures can innovate the Big Science Market: The BSBF Technology Transfer Track", will be held on February 18th, 2021 from 09:30 to 12:45 CET. This time the BSBF Webinar will be focused on Technology Transfer in the Big Science market, with speakers from UPM, F4E, CERN, ESA, EMBL, PERIIA, CDTI, and industry participating in the BSBF2021 Technology Transfer Track: AVS, TISICS and LEADING.

 

The audience will be able to propose questions to each speaker on real time just after each speaker presentation, and in addition will be able to participate in a real time pool on technology transfer.

Date:
Thursday, 18 February, 2021
Location City:
Online
18/02/2021
 
MCAA-UK Chapter catch-up + virtual social
Maria Magdalena Razalan's picture

UK Chapter update & virtual social - for UK Chapter members

 

Please come join the Chapter committee at the first catch-up of the year, where we will be discussing the latest updates from the MCAA Board meeting and our future activities. We will then move on to an informal social!

 

  • When: Thursday 18 February, 6pm GMT (duration: ~1hr)
  • Where: Online
  • What: Chapter catch-up & social

 

*Fun activity: Photo challenge*

We’ve set a challenge to take one photo that fits a theme. The best photos will be showed during the social. The theme is: Something you made. 

A picture of a nice cup of tea, a baking disaster, a little craft project, the first page of your thesis draft... anything you can think of! Don't stress, this is not compulsory, you can join the call without a photo entry ;)

 

We look forward to seeing you there! If you wish to participate please send us an email by Tuesday 16 February, 6pm GMT at mcaauk@gmail.com, so we get an idea of the number of people to expect. We will then send you the access details to join the videocall.

 

Contacts us at mcaauk@gmail.com if you have any questions. The access details will be sent closer to the event to the registered participants only.

Date:
Thursday, 18 February, 2021
Location City:
Online
18/02/2021
 
webinar “Life after PhD: Applying for fundings” 18th February, 5.30 pm CET
Elvira Bombino's picture

Dear MCAA members, 

you are welcome to join the webinar “Life after PhD: Applying for fundings”, organised by the Benelux chapter in collaboration with Pint of Science NL.

Please, register to the following link: 

https://forms.gle/HK9C2XU6sxMzzrRD7

 

Join us the 18th February, 5.30 pm CET

 

EVENT LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAzxwF0O2wM&

 

Event Program:

Speaker 1:  Dr. Anna Schueth, 3-year-research fellowship on intravital microscopy at the Institutes of Anatomy & Biomedical Optics in Luebeck, Germany. This was followed by her PhD trajectory as Marie Curie fellow at the Department of Urology & School of Mental Health and Neuroscience (MHeNs) at Maastricht University (UM) and the Maastricht University Medical Center (MUMC+), the Netherlands. In 2020 she has received an NWO VENI grant, an important national dutch grant. She will investigate Alzheimer`s disease, Vascular dementia and prostate cancer with her industrial and clinical VENI partners.


This talk is a storytelling about Anna's personal experience in grant proposal applications. In particular, Anna will retrace all the steps from the writing to the success as a winner of the NWO VENI Talent program grant. 


Speaker 2: Dr. Yuliya Shakalisava is an experienced grant writer and evaluator for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions of Horizon 2020. Yuliya held her own Marie Skłodowska -Curie fellowshipand is now a project coordinator at Leiden University.  She has worked in multidisciplinary research teams, management and administration in The Netherlands, Ireland and France. Yuliya has extensive experience developing and writing research proposals in different disciplines.


This talk will provide practical information about the Marie Skłodowska-Curie individual fellowship among others, the application process and insightful advice on the key elements of the successful application.


Best wishes, 
the BeNeLux Board and Pint of Science NL 

Date:
Thursday, 18 February, 2021
Location City:
WEBINAR
18/02/2021
 
Webinar “Life after PhD: Applying for fundings” 18.02.2021
Joaquin Capablo's picture

Dear all,

I forward the event organized by the Benelux chapter. 

Best regards, 

Joaquin

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Dear MCAA members, 

you are welcome to join the webinar “Life after PhD: Applying for fundings”, organised by the Benelux chapter in collaboration with Pint of Science NL.

Please, register to the following link:

 

https://forms.gle/HK9C2XU6sxMzzrRD7

 

 

Join us the 18th February, 5.30 pm CET

 

EVENT LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAzxwF0O2wM&

 

Event Program:

Speaker 1:  Dr. Anna Schueth, 3-year-research fellowship on intravital microscopy at the Institutes of Anatomy & Biomedical Optics in Luebeck, Germany. This was followed by her PhD trajectory as Marie Curie fellow at the Department of Urology & School of Mental Health and Neuroscience (MHeNs) at Maastricht University (UM) and the Maastricht University Medical Center (MUMC+), the Netherlands. In 2020 she has received an NWO VENI grant, an important national dutch grant. She will investigate Alzheimer`s disease, Vascular dementia and prostate cancer with her industrial and clinical VENI partners.


This talk is a storytelling about Anna's personal experience in grant proposal applications. In particular, Anna will retrace all the steps from the writing to the success as a winner of the NWO VENI Talent program grant. 


Speaker 2: Dr. Yuliya Shakalisava is an experienced grant writer and evaluator for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions of Horizon 2020. Yuliya held her own Marie Skłodowska -Curie fellowship and is now a project coordinator at Leiden University.  She has worked in multidisciplinary research teams, management and administration in The Netherlands, Ireland and France. Yuliya has extensive experience developing and writing research proposals in different disciplines.


This talk will provide practical information about the Marie Skłodowska-Curie individual fellowship among others, the application process and insightful advice on the key elements of the successful application.


Best wishes, 
the BeNeLux Board and Pint of Science NL 

Date:
Thursday, 18 February, 2021
Location City:
Online
18/02/2021