Upcoming events for academics

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Event:  Collaborative Research Funding for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
Topic: This event will be of interest to all research staff working in fields related to: Digitisation, Big Data, Next Generation Internet, Internet of Things, electronics, photonics, embedded systems, network technologies and systems, earth observation, unexpected uses of technology, social acceptance, security and multilingual systems. 
Date: January 25 (10.30 - 12.30)
Location: new Gorlaeus building, room EM 1.17 

Please email events@luris.nl to register your attendance at the event.

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Event: Collaborative Research Funding for Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
Topic: This event will be of interest to all research staff considering applying for a FET Open (novel ideas for radically new technologies) or FET Proactive (Boosting emerging technologies; High Performance Computing) for the 2018 calls. The focus of the event will be on call topics published by the European Commission for 2018, how to write your impact section followed by questions and answer session as well as an opportunity to meet with the NL National Contact Point for FET.
Date: January 25 (13:30-15:30)
Location: new Gorlaeus building, room EM 1.17 

Please email events@luris.nl to register your attendance at the event.

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Event: Acquisition & Earning Power training (session 1)
Topic: Many researchers would like to spend all their time doing research and teaching in their specialist field. However, as you become a lecturer or tenure tracker the question arises how to finance your research. Not only are researchers expected to excel and distinguish themselves academically, you also have to apply entrepreneurial qualities, think strategically and navigate the complex funding landscape with its many rules and conditions. In this course, we want to help you with these challenges by focusing on your personal profile: your qualities and areas for improvement. In addition, the course provides specific information about various funding possibilities. This training course is for lecturers and senior lecturers with 5 to 10 years of experience after their PhD.
Date: March 20 (09:00-17:00)
Location: Academy Building, Rapenburg 73, 2311 GJ Leiden

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Event: H2020 Academy: How to Write a Competitive Proposal for Horizon 2020?
Topic: Looking for ideas on how to write a competitive proposal for Horizon 2020? We are in the final 3 years of Horizon 2020 there are still many opportunities for funding. We are delighted to announce that Sean McCarthy of Hyperion (who has been involved in all aspects of European Research since 1980) will be coming to Leiden University to present a half-day training course on how to write professional and competitive proposals for Horizon 2020.The course will take you through the most important information needed to write an application. This includes: how Horizon 2020 relates to EU policies; the common problems in proposal writing; and criteria for the success. By the end of the course you will have an understanding on how to prepare and write a professional, competitive, proposal. This knowledge will be useful beyond the European funding programmes.
Date: March 23 (09:00-14:00)
Location: HUBspot, Langegracht 70, 2312NV Leiden. room: Spotlight

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Event: Acquisition & Earning Power training (session 2)
Topic: Many researchers would like to spend all their time doing research and teaching in their specialist field. However, as you become a lecturer or tenure tracker the question arises how to finance your research. Not only are researchers expected to excel and distinguish themselves academically, you also have to apply entrepreneurial qualities, think strategically and navigate the complex funding landscape with its many rules and conditions. In this course, we want to help you with these challenges by focusing on your personal profile: your qualities and areas for improvement. In addition, the course provides specific information about various funding possibilities. This training course is for lecturers and senior lecturers with 5 to 10 years of experience after their PhD.
Date: April 19 (09:00-17:00)
Location: Academy Building, Rapenburg 73, 2311 GJ Leiden

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Event: Acquisition & Earning Power training (session 3)
Topic: Many researchers would like to spend all their time doing research and teaching in their specialist field. However, as you become a lecturer or tenure tracker the question arises how to finance your research. Not only are researchers expected to excel and distinguish themselves academically, you also have to apply entrepreneurial qualities, think strategically and navigate the complex funding landscape with its many rules and conditions. In this course, we want to help you with these challenges by focusing on your personal profile: your qualities and areas for improvement. In addition, the course provides specific information about various funding possibilities. This training course is for lecturers and senior lecturers with 5 to 10 years of experience after their PhD.
Date: June 7 (09:00-17:00)
Location: Academy Building, Rapenburg 73, 2311 GJ Leiden

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