Events and Training
Supporting Evidence collection for Impact Case Studies (Science Faculty)
A collection of 4 training courses to help with the different types of evidence you may be collecting for your Impact case study.
Each course is 30 minutes long. There is a limit of 10 spaces at each one but if demand is there we will put on more dates. Please let us know if you are interested but can’t attend the dates given as we will put on additional dates if necessary - email@example.com
- Wednesday 27th February at 10am-10.30am - 3rd Party Evidence (e.g. minutes, reports etc)
- Wednesday 27th February at 10.30am - 11am - Media Evidence
- Wednesday 27th February at 2pm -2.30pm - Testimonials
- Wednesday 27th February at 2.30pm - 3pm - Evaluating events
Please indicate your preferred date and time using the form below:
Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) drop-in sessions
The Research Development team will be holding drop-in sessions for interested researchers to discuss potential proposals to the current GCRF Collective Programme calls, or to ask questions and receive advice about the calls on a one-to-one basis. Surgery sessions will be as follows:
- Friday, 15 February – 12 noon to 2pm in Holly 1, Mountjoy Centre
- Friday, 22 February – 2pm to 4pm in PC004, Palatine Centre
- Wednesday, 6 March – 2pm to 4pm in PC001, Palatine Centre
- Wednesday, 20 March – 1pm to 3pm in PC002, Palatine Centre
Please feel free to drop in if you have any questions , or alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday 27th March
Research Conversation: X-ray Free-Electron Laser Science
Research Development will be hosting a Research Conversation in collaboration with Professor Peter Hatton from the Department of Physics, to explore new opportunities in x-ray free-electron laser science with a view to building a new research group, as well as participating in wider discussions in this area. This will take place on Wednesday 27th March from 12:00 - 16:00 in the Derman Christopherson Room, Calman Learning Centre.
Professor Malcolm McMahon, from the Department of Physics (specialising in High Pressure Physics) at the University of Edinburgh and Dr. Thomas Tschentscher, Scientific Director at European XFEL have very kindly agreed to speak at the event.
If you would like to reserve a place at this session, please register here.
If you have any queries please contact us at email@example.com