E&E Research Funding Weekly Drop-In Session: Tuesday 9th May, 2.30-5.00pm, Ellison B103

David Young (Research Funding and Policy Manager) and Andy Pearce (Pre-Award Coordinator) will be available on Tuesday 9th May between 2.30 and 5.00pm in Ellison B103. If you’re a member of academic staff, a postdoc or a research student in Engineering and Environment, come along to ask us a question about research funding, future calls for proposals or to discuss a specific bid in development. 

To book a slot please go to our Doodle poll, type your name, click on one timeslot and click ‘Save’. Once you have done this you will be booked in at the chosen time (please note you will not receive a confirmation email about this booking). The room is on the floor directly above the Castles restaurant in Ellison Building on City Campus.

For more information about these sessions, a suggestion of possible topics we could discuss and a listing of all forthcoming sessions, please see this post or check the table below:

Date Location Book a place
09/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
16/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
23/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
30/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll

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E&E Research Funding Weekly Drop-In Session: Tuesday 2nd May, 2.30-5.00pm, Ellison B103

David Young (Research Funding and Policy Manager) and Andy Pearce (Pre-Award Coordinator) will be available on Tuesday 2nd May between 2.30 and 5.00pm in Ellison B103. If you’re a member of academic staff, a postdoc or a research student in Engineering and Environment, come along to ask us a question about research funding, future calls for proposals or to discuss a specific bid in development.

Green Question Mark – Michael Coghlan (CC by 2.0)

To book a slot please go to our Doodle poll, type your name, click on one timeslot and click ‘Save’. Once you have done this you will be booked in at the chosen time (please note you will not receive a confirmation email about this booking). The room is on the floor directly above the Castles restaurant in Ellison Building on City Campus.

For more information about these sessions, a suggestion of possible topics we could discuss and a listing of all forthcoming sessions, please see this post or check the table below:

Date Location Book a place
02/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
09/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
16/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
23/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll

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E&E Research Funding Weekly Drop-In Session: Tuesday 18th April, 2.30-5.00pm, Ellison B103

David Young (Research Funding and Policy Manager) and Andy Pearce (Pre-Award Coordinator) will be available on Tuesday 18th April between 2.30 and 5.00pm in Ellison B103. If you’re a member of academic staff, a postdoc or a research student in Engineering and Environment, come along to ask us a question about research funding, future calls for proposals or to discuss a specific bid in development.

Question Everything by Thomas Galvez CC BY 2.0

To book a slot please go to our Doodle poll, type your name, click on one timeslot and click ‘Save’. Once you have done this you will be booked in at the chosen time (please note you will not receive a confirmation email about this booking). The room is on the floor directly above the Castles restaurant in Ellison Building on City Campus.

Also, just a reminder that there will be no drop-in session on Tuesday 25th April. We will resume Faculty research funding drop-ins on Tuesday 2nd May.

For more information about these sessions, a suggestion of possible topics we could discuss and a listing of all forthcoming sessions, please see this post or check the table below:

Date Location Book a place
18/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
25/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 CANCELLED
02/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
09/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll

 

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E&E Research Funding Weekly Drop-In Session: Tuesday 11th April, 2.30-5.00pm, Ellison B103

Andy Pearce (Pre-Award Coordinator) will be available on Tuesday 11th April between 2.30 and 5.00pm in Ellison B103. If you’re a member of academic staff, a postdoc or a research student in Engineering and Environment, come along to ask us a question about research funding, future calls for proposals or to discuss a specific bid in development. 

To book a slot please go to our Doodle poll, type your name, click on one timeslot and click ‘Save’. Once you have done this you will be booked in at the chosen time (please note you will not receive a confirmation email about this booking). The room is on the floor directly above the Castles restaurant in Ellison Building on City Campus.

For more information about these sessions, a suggestion of possible topics we could discuss and a listing of all forthcoming sessions, please see this post or check the table below:

Date Location Book a place
11/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
18/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
25/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 CANCELLED
02/05/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll

 

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E&E Research Funding Weekly Drop-In Session: Tuesday 4th April, 2.30-5.00pm, Ellison B103

David Young (Research Funding and Policy Manager) and Jess Scott (Pre-Award Manager) will be available on Tuesday 4th April between 2.30 and 5.00pm in Ellison B103. If you’re a member of academic staff, a postdoc or a research student in Engineering and Environment, come along to ask us a question about research funding, future calls for proposals or to discuss a specific bid in development.

Question mark block by Jared Cherup CC BY-NC 2.0

To book a slot please go to our Doodle poll, type your name, click on one timeslot and click ‘Save’. Once you have done this you will be booked in at the chosen time (please note you will not receive a confirmation email about this booking). The room is on the floor directly above the Castles restaurant in Ellison Building on City Campus.

For more information about these sessions, a suggestion of possible topics we could discuss and a listing of all forthcoming sessions, please see this post or check the table below:

Date Location Book a place
04/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
11/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
18/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 Doodle poll
25/04/2017 Ellison Building B103 CANCELLED

 

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H2020 Info Day and Brokerage Event “Innovative by Nature: Responding to Societal Challenges through Nature-Based Solutions and Cultural Heritage, 8 Dec, Brussels.

The European Commission has recently launched new Horizon 2020 calls for projects related to nature-based solutions for inclusive urban regeneration, heritage-led rural regeneration and nature-based solutions for hydro-meteorogical risk reduction.

An information and brokerage day will be held on the 8th December for those interested in applying to these calls. The event aims to:Funds

      • Present the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for the 2017 “Innovating with Nature and Culture” calls. Keynote speakers and Commission officers will provide tips and information on: innovative nature-based solutions in cities; cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth; nature-based solutions for hydro-meteorological risk reduction
      • To facilitate networking, information exchange and the development of new project partnerships during the afternoon brokerage event.

The event is free to attend but you need to register in advance to secure your place. Further information including the programme, a list of speakers and the registration link are available here.

 

 

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UK Information Day on H2020 Societal Challenge 5 2017 Calls

partnershipThe Enterprise Europe Network, in partnership with Innovate UK, is organising a National Information Day on the 2017 round of calls for Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 5 – Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials on 23 November in Birmingham.

The event will introduce the content of the forthcoming calls, present insights and priorities from the European Commission, provide information on the support available to UK applicants and offer networking opportunities to help find new project partners. In addition, National Contact Points (NCPs) from the UK, Ireland, Poland and Cyprus will be present to answer questions and help develop new collaborations. There will also be an opportunity to pitch ideas and expertise to representatives of industry and research organisations.

The event is free to attend but you must register in advance. More info is available on the event website.

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