With more than 39 000 young scholars pursuing research in more than 150 disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields, the EPICUR alliance contributes significantly to the advancement of early career research in Europe. In order to harness and enhance the energy and innovation of this community, EPICUR seeks to build a network for the early career researchers of its eight partner universities. As a first step in building this network, EPICUR will use its web and social media platforms to share resources and opportunities for early career researchers across the alliance from within the alliance, by amplifying Calls for Papers and Calls for Applications, sharing relevant events and job opportunities, pooling resources and connecting like-minded researchers.
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The 2nd EPICamps will take place virtually on December 02 and 03, hosted by the BOKU University titled “Sustainability, material use and climate justice”
EPICamps are virtual, interactive events aimed at young scientists from the EPICUR alliance in order to create a space for exchange, collaboration and academic matchmaking between scientists from different disciplines and areas.
This two-day online event provides a compact overview of current research funding opportunities at both national and European levels. Various research and funding organisations will introduce themselves and their funding programmes through live presentations and in a virtual exhibition. The event will provide first-hand information for Ph.D candidates and postdocs on where and how to successfully apply for research funding. The first day will focus on introducing funding programmes for future doctoral candidates, doctoral candidates and postdocs whereas the second day will be dedicated to interactive workshops on topics concerning the career and personal development of young scientists.
Target group: Ph.D candidates and postdocs
Date: Thursday, November 25, 2021 and Friday, 26 November, 2021, (09:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
free of charge
(The number of participants in the workshops is limited – slots will be filled on a first come first served basis.)
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