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Call for applications: European Research Management Training (Brussels, April 29th and 30th)

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The Franco-German branch office ABG-FGU gives up to 5 PhD students or postdocs from French and German universities the opportunity to take part in a ReMaT-Workshop, jointly organized by Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft and TuTech Innovation GmbH.
ReMaT is an intensive, interactive workshop, providing an introduction to a number of key topics relating to research management including project management, grant acquisition, and science and technology related entrepreneurship.

ReMaT is especially tailored to meet the needs of early-stage researchers especially from the 2nd year of PhD studies onwards, but is also suitable for others involved in research, or in directing research. ReMaT delivers hands-on practical training in an intensive, yet effective workshop form over two days. There is a strong emphasis on European networking in the way the workshop is delivered: we encourage participation from many different countries and disciplines.


Module 1 – Contexts of modern research and careers in bioscience
  • How can I perform successfully in different research environments and enhance my employability?
Module 2 – Managing interdisciplinary research projects
  • What does it mean to work on collaborative research projects with diverse organisations and goals?
Module 3 – Invention, innovation and the law
  • How can I exploit the results of my research?
Module 4 – Acquiring research grants in a European context
  • How and where can I apply for research funding in Europe?
Module 5 – Realising potential – exploiting research and technology
  • What is technology transfer and how can I use it to commercialize my research?

The whole workshop is held in English.

Please send your application (registration form, CV and short application letter) before March 29th: kimpe[arobase]dfh-ufa.org

More information on the program and the participation grant allocated by the ABG-FGU: