Arrangementer og workshops

Forskningsstøtteenheden holder løbende workshops om ansøgningsskrivningens kunst og informationsmøder om EU eller andre bevillingsgivere. Vi arbejder hele tiden på nye kurser og arrangementer, og du er velkommen til at kontakte os med ideer.

Sapere Aude: DFF-Starting Grant information webinar - 9 January 2023

Sapere Aude: DFF-Starting Grant is aimed at providing excellent young researchers an opportunity to develop and strengthen their research ideas as well as their competencies as independent research leaders. At this information webinar, potential applicants to Sapere Aude are given the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the key issues they are required to address in the planning and writing of the proposal. Associate professor of Law Graham Butler will share his experience with the application process and former chairman of DFF Natural Sciences, professor at Department of Biology Michael Møller will give insight into the evaluation process.

Please familiarize yourself with the call description (including sections 3, 4 and 5.4) before the information webinar.

Please register here link no later than 5 January 2023.

After the deadline the meeting link will be sent to the registered participants.

Velux Fondens informationsmøde - 24. januar 2023

Fondsrådgivere fra Velux Fonden holder informationsmøde på Aarhus Universitet. Formålet med mødet er at videreformidle opslag og svare på spørgsmål, samt høre om indtryk af og behov ift. fondens programmer. Mødet retter sig mod ansøgere, der påtænker at søge, og som er i proces med at udvikle/skrive en interessetilkendegivelse.

Tid: 24. januar 2023 kl. 9.15 - 10.15                                                                           
Sted: Mogens Zieler stuen, Bygning 1422
Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2, 8000  Aarhus C.

Tilmelding på dette link senest den 23. januar 2023.

Introduction to Good Grantmanship - 25 January 2023

- in Collaboration with The Junior Researcher Association


Target Group

Postdocs and assistant professors from all faculties at Aarhus University with little or no experience in grant writing. PhD students are also welcome to participate.

Purpose

The purpose of the workshop is to give the participants a thorough introduction to the component parts of the grant proposal, how they fit together, how to ensure that each part supports the overall argument, and how to know which techniques to use when writing a proposal.

Workshop Content

The workshop will be delivered as a combination of presentations, group work and discussions.  The presentations will cover:

  • What do reviewers want to see?
  • What are the component parts of the proposal?
  • How to compose each part of the proposal?
  • Which procedures do you need to observe in the proposal phase?

In the group work, participants will discuss the drafts of the objectives and perspectives section of their individual projects and will do a mock review of a sample proposal.

Participant Requirements

Before the workshop, participants are expected to have read material sent out in advance including the ‘Advice and Tools for Your Grant Proposal’ on the RSO website - http://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/administration/researchandtalent/research-support/advice-and-tools-for-your-grant-proposal/ .

The group work will require that the participants are prepared:

  • To forward a draft of the objectives and perspective section of their proposal to the course presenters (read ‘the advice and tools’ before you begin writing)
  • To share their draft with the other participants
  • To enter into constructive discussion of the drafts submitted by the other participants in the group

Workshop presenters

Two research advisors from the Research Support Office will teach and facilitate the workshop.

Practical information

Time: 25 January 2023, from 10.00 - 12.00
Venue: Online - link will be forwarded
Registration:   Please register via this link by 5 January 2023

Please forward your draft for the objectives and perspectives section (one page) to lgrau@au.dk  no later than 16 January 2023.

The workshop will be conducted in English. Due to the form of the workshop, the number of participants is limited. Therefore, please do not take a place from someone else. Make sure to cancel your registration, if you are unable to attend.

We look forward to seeing you at our workshop.

Workshop on National and International Funding Landscape - 26 January 2023

- in Collaboration with The Junior Researcher Association

Target group

Postdocs and assistant professors from all faculties at Aarhus University with little or no experience in grant writing. PhD students are also welcome to participate.

Purpose

The purpose of this workshop is to introduce the national and international funding landscape for research and to demonstrate how the landscapes relate to the development of an individual funding strategy. The learnings outcome for this part is for the researchers to be able to distinguish between the various national and international funding opportunities and to relate them to their own publication strategy and research interests.

Workshop content

The workshop will be delivered as a combination of presentations, group work and discussions.  The presentations will cover:

  • Who are the most important Danish and European funders, and what do they support?
  • How do the funding bodies evaluate proposals?
  • What trends and differences between funding bodies are essential?
  • How do grants and academic career paths relate?

Participant requirements

The group work requires that the participants are prepared:

  • To share and discuss their own funding strategies
  • To enter into constructive discussion of funding strategies with the other participants in the group

Workshop presenters

Two fundraisers from the Research Support Office will hold the workshop

Practical information

Time: 26 January 2023, from 10.00 - 12.00
Venue: Online - link will be forwarded
Registration:   Please register via this link by 5 January 2023

The workshop will be conducted in English. Due to the form of the workshop, the number of participants is limited. Therefore, please do not take a place from someone else. Make sure to cancel your registration, if you are unable to attend.

We look forward to seeing you at our workshop.