The Research Council of Norway would like to invite you to the annual seminar for Young Research Talents. We wish to gather all project managers of both ongoing projects and projects that will start during 2019. The seminar will be held at the Research Council's offices at Lysaker in Oslo. The seminar is free, and we will cover necessary expenses for travel and accommodation (see more information in the tab "Travel and accommodation").
The seminar is a meeting place where you as young researchers can meet and exchange experiences and establish connections. You will have a chance to meet the invited speakers and employees at the Research Council. The seminar includes invited talks, a workshop and various social activities.
For the full programme, see the tab "Programme".
The seminar will be held in English.
The seminar is for invited participants only.
We aim to make the seminar a meeting place where project managers have the opportunity to get to know others who have received a Young Research Talents grant. To facilitate this, we will distribute a list before the seminar with names, research institutions, project titles, fields of research and profile pictures of all the participants. Please email a profile picture of yourself to email@example.com.
Dietary requirements and other information: If you have any dietary restrictions or other information that we need to know about, please include this in the comment section below.
Below, you are asked to sign up to day 1 (Thursday 14 March), the dinner on day 1 and day 2 (Friday 15 March) separately.
Activity is finished and you can no longer register.
Seminar for Young Research Talents 14.-15. March 2019
Career development, networks and international funding opportunities
Blue: presentations, group work, Q&A Green: activities Orange: breaks, food
Thursday 14 March - International funding opportunities
12.00-12.50 Lunch and the opportunity to meet your RCN contacts
12.50-13.00 Welcome address Anders Hanneborg, RCN
13.00-13.30 Workshop: Introduction to ERC evaluation Per Barth Lilje, UiO
13.30-13.40 Workshop: Introduction to today's workshop Berit Sundby Avset & Per Magnus Kommandantvold, RCN
13.40-14.40 Workshop: Group work (review of proposals)
14.40-15.00 Workshop: Summary
15.00-15.30 Break with snacks
15.30-16.15 Changes in the RCN's application types and assessment criteria - What does this mean for you? Nina Hedlund & Rune Rambæk Schjølberg, RCN
16.15-16.30 Short break
16.30-17.15 Q&A with the administration - How to deal with the RCN when you're leading a project Heidi Roggen, RCN
17.15-18.00 Quiz and games
18.00- Dinner with entertainment by Michael Francis Duch, NTNU
Friday 15 March - Networks and career development
09.00-09.15 An introduction to COST and how to join a researcher network Trude Dypvik, RCN
09.15-09.35 My experience with researcher networks Pia Lane, MultiLing, UiO
09.35-09.55 My experience with researcher networks Lone Ross Gobakken, NIBIO
10.15-10.30 Short break
10.30-11.00 Mobility and career development John Baarli, RCN
11.15-11.45 Equality and gender balance in academia Guro Busterud, UiO and the Young Academy of Norway (AYF)
If you have any questions, you may contact us at the following adresses and numbers:
Line Tangerås, firstname.lastname@example.org, +47 22 03 75 97
Ingunn Aronsen, email@example.com, +47 22 03 72 77
Alternatively, you may use the form below:
Travel and accomodation