Seminar by DEA and FI: International research funding - Prospects for funding beyond the EU

28 Sep 2016 17:08 | Olaf Svenningsen (Administrator)

On November 1st 2016, the Danish Think Tank DEA, and the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation organizes a seminar in Copenhagen on the topic of international research funding, prospects for funding beyond the EU. In connection with the event, a report by DEA and FI on the topic of the conference will be released. From the announcement:

"University research support units (RSO) play a key role in supporting researchers in applying for money from international funding bodies – not least in the case of international funding bodies beyond Horizon 2020. DEA’s study, however, has had an explicit focus on researchers and managers at Danish universities rather than the RSO’s. Consequently, the study only scratches the surfaces of understanding the role of RSO’s in a strategic focus on raising international research funding beyond Horizon 2020. What are the prospects and limits for the proactive role of the RSO? What are the prospects for a coordinated effort between The Ministry for Higher Education and Research – i.e. the Innovation Centers – and the universities? And what is the potential for better collaboration between Danish universities?"

Read more about the seminar at DARMA's website...

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