Events and workshops

Events and workshops

 The Research Support Office is continuously hosting workshops regarding the art of writing an application and information meetings regarding EU or other funders. We are continuously working on new courses and events, and we welcome your ideas.  

Drop-in Writing Cafe Supports Health Researchers in their Writing Process - 7 April 2021 - CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

Is the deadline for a funding application coming up and are you finding it hard to translate your great ideas into a reasoned and convincing application?

Then look no further than the Research Support Office’s writing cafe, a writing haven where you can bring your good ideas and your computer. Here you will find two advisers from the Research Support Office waiting to answer your questions about e.g. interpreting a foundation’s assessment criteria, or about specific formulations, drawing up a budget or searching a research funding database.

The informal form – where you just turn up without a reservation – is inspired by the popular homework cafes in the Danish schools.

The writing cafe is intended for researchers who already have a project and know which foundation they are applying to. This means that the writing cafe is not the place to find help with a financing strategy or an individual bibliometric analysis.

These services are tailored to the individual researcher and are provided by the Research Support Office. 

There will be free refreshments with tea, coffee, water and snacks.

Time to Write cafe:

7 April 2021 13:00-17:00 at Katrinebjergvej 107, 8200 Aarhus N, room 5530-0.2.07

Contact Adviser Anne Birgitte Lindgren The Research Support Office Mobile: (+45) 3058 7939.  Email: abli@au.dk  

Drop-in Writing Cafe Supports Health Researchers in their Writing Process - 5 Maj 2021

Is the deadline for a funding application coming up and are you finding it hard to translate your great ideas into a reasoned and convincing application?

Then look no further than the Research Support Office’s writing cafe, a writing haven where you can bring your good ideas and your computer. Here you will find two advisers from the Research Support Office waiting to answer your questions about e.g. interpreting a foundation’s assessment criteria, or about specific formulations, drawing up a budget or searching a research funding database.

The informal form – where you just turn up without a reservation – is inspired by the popular homework cafes in the Danish schools.

The writing cafe is intended for researchers who already have a project and know which foundation they are applying to. This means that the writing cafe is not the place to find help with a financing strategy or an individual bibliometric analysis.

These services are tailored to the individual researcher and are provided by the Research Support Office. 

There will be free refreshments with tea, coffee, water and snacks.

Time to Write cafe:

5 May 2021 13:00-17:00 at Katrinebjergvej 107, 8200 Aarhus N, room 5530-0.2.07

Contact Adviser Anne Birgitte Lindgren The Research Support Office Mobile: (+45) 3058 7939.  Email: abli@au.dk  

Good Grantmanship and the Danish Funding Landscape, 20 May 2021

Target group

International PhDs and postdocs with little or no experience in grant writing.  

Purpose

The purpose of the workshop is to give the participants an intensive introduction to the component parts of the grant proposal, how they fit together, and how writers can ensure that each part supports the overall argument and which techniques to use when writing your proposal. The purpose of the workshop is also to introduce the Danish funding landscape and AU internal procedures regarding proposal submission.

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?
  • Who are the most important Danish funders, and what do they support?
  • 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 do a mock review of a sample proposal.

Participant requirements

Before the workshop, participants are expected to have read 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 for the objectives and perspective section of their proposal to the course presenters (read ‘the advice and tools’ before you start writing)
  • To share their draft with the other participants
  • To enter into constructive discussion of the drafts of the other participants in the group

Workshop presenters

Two fundraisers from the Research Support Office will hold the workshop.

Practical information

Time:              20 May 2021 from 12:30-15:30

Venue:            Meeting Room 1, The Conference Centre, Fredrik Nielsens vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C

Registration:   Please register on this link by 10 May 2021.

Please forward your draft for the objectives and perspectives section (one page) no later than 13 May 2021 to abli@au.dk.

Please bring your laptop to the workshop. You need it for the group work.

The workshop is for non-Danish speakers only. Due to the form of the workshop, the number of participants is limited to 30. Please do not take a place from someone else. Make sure to cancel your registration, if you are unable to attend.

Drop-in Writing Cafe Supports Health Researchers in their Writing Process - 2 June 2021

s the deadline for a funding application coming up and are you finding it hard to translate your great ideas into a reasoned and convincing application?

Then look no further than the Research Support Office’s writing cafe, a writing haven where you can bring your good ideas and your computer. Here you will find two advisers from the Research Support Office waiting to answer your questions about e.g. interpreting a foundation’s assessment criteria, or about specific formulations, drawing up a budget or searching a research funding database.

The informal form – where you just turn up without a reservation – is inspired by the popular homework cafes in the Danish schools.

The writing cafe is intended for researchers who already have a project and know which foundation they are applying to. This means that the writing cafe is not the place to find help with a financing strategy or an individual bibliometric analysis.

These services are tailored to the individual researcher and are provided by the Research Support Office. 

There will be free refreshments with tea, coffee, water and snacks.

Time to Write cafe:

2 June 2021 13:00-17:00 at Katrinebjergvej 107, 8200 Aarhus N, room 5530-0.2.07

Contact Adviser Anne Birgitte Lindgren The Research Support Office Mobile: (+45) 3058 7939.  Email: abli@au.dk  

Introduction to Good Grantmanship - 10 June 2021

- in Collaboration with Junior Researcher Association


Target group

Postdocs 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 an 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:                    10 June 2021, from 10.00-12.00

Venue:                 (To be decided)

Registration:    Please register via this link by 21 May 2021.

 

Please bring your laptop to the workshop. You need it for the group work.

The workshop is for non-Danish speakers only. 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 - 11 June 2021

in collaboration with Junior Researcher Association


Target group

Postdocs and non-tenured 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:                   11 June 2021, from 10.00 - 12.00

Venue:                 (to be decided)

Registration:    Please register via this link by 21 May 2021


Please bring your laptop to the workshop. You need it for the group work.

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.

Introduction to Good Grantmanship - 11 November 2021

- in Collaboration with Junior Researcher Association


Target group

Postdocs 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 an 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:                    11 November 2021, from 10.00-12.00

Venue:                 (To be decided)

Registration:    Please register via this link by 21 October 2021.

 

Please bring your laptop to the workshop. You need it for the group work.

The workshop is for non-Danish speakers only. 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 - 12 November 2021

 in collaboration with Junior Researcher Association


Target group

Postdocs and non-tenured 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:                   12 November 2021, from 10.00 - 12.00

Venue:                 (to be decided)

Registration:    Please register via this link by 21 October 2021

Please bring your laptop to the workshop. You need it for the group work.

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.