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2019 Infoday, Ensuring Excellent Research by Investing in Researchers Talents, Skills and Career Development

29 January 2019, Brussels, Belgium

Implementing the Human Resources Strategy to comply with art. 32 of the H2020 multi-beneficiary grant agreement

This INFO-DAY addresses 'newcomer' universities, research institutions and research funders investing in researchers’ talents, skills and career development by implementing the 40 principles of the 'European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers (C&C)'.

It also addresses beneficiaries and potential applicants of H2020 contracts/projects who have to comply with article 32 stipulating the need to take measures to implement the European Charter and Code (C&C) for the benefit of all researchers and their institution.

It also brings forward policy issues related to skills and talent management in an Open Science environment closely linked to the European Framework for Research Careers.

Seven invited high-level speakers from different European research or funding institutions will evidence benefits and impact, showcase improved training opportunities, career development and talents and skills management in their respective institutions.

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Open Science Policy Symposium: ‘Enabling the Open Science Modus Operandi in Europe’

29 November 2018, Brussels, Belgium

The open science platform Frontiers and SwissCore (the Swiss Contact office for Research, Innovation and Education), in cooperation with the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU, have the pleasure to invite you to the Open Science Policy Symposium: ‘Enabling the Open Science Modus Operandi in Europe’. 
The symposium takes place on Thursday 29 November 2018 in Brussels at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel from 16:00 to 19:30 and will be followed by a networking reception.

The symposium aims to discuss key enablers of the open science modus operandi in Europe, including:
• how to transition to immediate open access swiftly and foster a transparent and competitive scholarly communication sector;
• rewards and incentives for embedding open science in research practices, promotions and assessments.
Confirmed speakers already include:
• Jean-Claude Burgelman – Head of Unit Open Science, European Commission
• Michael Hengartner – President of swissuniversities and Rector of Zurich University
• Stephan Kuster – Secretary General of Science Europe
• Kamila Markram – CEO Frontiers
• Ingeborg Meijer – Senior Researcher and Research Evaluation Consultant, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS)
• Gareth O’Neill – President of the European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers
• Florian Pecenka – Head of Unit, Austrian Permanent Representation to the EU
• Falk Reckling - Head of Department Strategy, Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
• Alexis Walckiers – Invited Professor in Microeconomics, Université Libre de Bruxelles

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Open science conference 2018, Back-to-Back Belgium-European Commission

21 November 2018, Brussels, Belgium

Open Science goes beyond open access to publication, encompassing the sharing of open research data and citizen science. It also paves the way for the development of appropriate metrics, incentives and rewards. Since Open Science solutions have to be developed in a coherent way both at national and European level, this conference combines a discussion of the Belgian Open Science policies with debates relating to a H2020 Policy Support Facility Mutual Learning Exercise on Open Science with a prominent European outlook. Special emphasis is put on researchers working in an Open Science environment, skilling, incentivising and rewarding them.

Venue: Palace of the Academies, Rue Ducale 1, 1000 Brussels

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VicInAqua webinar - Turning water and energy challenges into opportunities (free)

19 October 2018

Our EU-African project VicInAqua (EC H2020 funding, GA No. 689427) is organising a webinar on 19th October 2018 (10.30-12.00am CET, free but registration required).

Turning water and energy challenges into opportunities – find out how you can exploit business and innovation opportunities created by water and energy challenges!

Learn more about the technologies in the VicInAqua project (MBR membrane bioreactor, monitoring and control systems, hatchery-RAS recirculating aquaculture system, renewable energy supply systems) and its integrative project approach.

 

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STEMM Equality Congress

11-12 October 2018, Amsterdam, Netherlands

The STEMM Equality Congress 2018 will offer delegates an opportunity to hear from and interact with thought leaders in equality, diversity and inclusion strategy, policy and practice in STEMM worldwide.

Building on some of the key themes and issues presented during the 2017 congress, 2018 will focus on inter-sectionality, sharing success stories from around the world, practical measures that are working for other organisations, local challenges that organisations are facing, the tools they are using to address these challenges and how these tools can be applied in other countries and regions.

In 2018 special attention will be given to presentations from emerging countries and the latest themes. Attended by over 350 leading researchers, policy makers, equality staff, the private sector, academic staff, government representatives and NGOs from across the globe, the 2018 congress offers a perfect opportunity to network, learn and collaborate to achieve greater equality, diversity and inclusion in STEMM.

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