Boost your research
Would you like to know more about how to boost your team and your research? Join us at this H2020 seminar and learn about research leadership and EU funding opportunities. Please register on Tuesday 23 October at the latest.
All NHH researchers, both those early in their career and established professors, are welcome. The seminar is also relevant for employees in administrative positions, especially management positions.
Both NHH faculty and external experts will contribute at the seminar. Here's a preview of some of the topics and speakers.
Lars Christian Lassen, Partner Mobilize Strategy Consulting.
Title: Research Leadership - Unleash Your Potential.
Leading a faculty, a research group or even your own research is a challenging task. You need to be prepared to collaborate and compete at a global level. Furthermore, creating a strategy that will lead to the best outcomes in terms of research impact or innovation requires skills, which may lie outside your experience, regardless of your professional competence.
Bente Bakos, NCP-coordinator and special advisor at the Research Council of Norway presents the latest information on Horizon 2020.
Horizon 2020 is the EU Research and Innovation Programme and the largest programme of its kind in the world, with a budget of EUR 80 billion for the period 2014–2020. Norway participates as a full member. Learn how the Research Council of Norway is prepared to support and guide you in your proposal preparation process.
Goals, means and strategies
Massimo Busuoli, Head of NTNUs Brussel’s office
Title: Why Horizon 2020? Goals, Means and Strategies.
Massimo Busuoli knows quite a bit about EU policy and how things work in Brussels. He will talk about why you should join the EU-arena and what you need to emphasize to achieve success in the European funding programme. Get news about the upcoming funding programme Horizon Europe. This is your chance to become enlightened, directly from Brussels!
Get a taste of the importance of research leadership, learn about funding opportunities and get inspired!
Organiser: Office of Research Administration