Events

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MCAA Thailand - General Meeting and Fellowship

All Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions current and former fellows: doctoral, postdoc and staff exchange participants are invited to attend this exciting day of scientific exchange and networking. The vibrant Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) community brings together all career stages from all scientific disciplines, encouraging networking and cooperation, making the MCAA a forum of debate between researchers and with the society. The MCAA is a major platform for researchers to contribute to shaping science policy, providing career development opportunities and supporting the wider research community on topics affecting research and researchers' lives. The programme on Monday, June 27 2022 in Bangkok strikes a perfect balance between professional development and networking opportunities. While reminiscing your MSCA experience, you will have a unique opportunity to discuss with your fellow alumni and reflect on the ways in which we can transform our society, such as sustainability and global health. Further, we will plan how to become more productive and strategic in our MCAA journeys, identify entry points to work together with fellow MCAA in the region and across the world. There is no cost to attending this event. Lunch and refreshments will be served. Certificates of attendance will be issues. Please email: southeast-asia.chapter@mariecuriealumni.eu to confirm your attendance or for any questions.

MCAA in Thailand - General Meeting and Fellowship

All Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions current and former fellows: doctoral, postdoc and staff exchange participants are invited to attend this exciting day of scientific exchange and networking. The vibrant Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) community brings together all career stages from all scientific disciplines, encouraging networking and cooperation, making the MCAA a forum of debate between researchers and with the society. The MCAA is a major platform for researchers to contribute to shaping science policy, providing career development opportunities and supporting the wider research community on topics affecting research and researchers' lives. The programme on Monday, June 27 2022 from 10:00 am to 2pm Bangkok strikes a perfect balance between professional development and networking opportunities. While reminiscing your MSCA experience, you will have a unique opportunity to discuss with your fellow alumni and reflect on the ways in which we can transform our society, such as sustainability and global health. Further, we will plan how to become more productive and strategic in our MCAA journeys, identify entry points to work together with fellow MCAA in the region and across the world. No cost to attend this event. Lunch, refreshments will be served. Certificates of attendance will be issued. email: Please email southeast-asia.chapter@mariecuriealumni.eu to confirm your attendance or for any questions.

Postdoctoral Research in Europe: MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship Call 2022 Info Sessions

In partnership with Euraxess ASEAN and Korea with MSCA NET, the MCAA Chapter is organizing a three part event promotional and training series on the MSCA Postdoctoral fellowships. Are you interested in a two-year postdoc stay in Europe with EU funding to work on your dream project? Then the highly prestigious MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships should be on your radar. The 2022 call is due to open on 12 May with a deadline of 14 September 2022.

General Introduction to Python - with ME MCAA

We have heard about Python and how fascinating and useful it is for scientists in research and major industries! You are interested in learning Python but have no idea where to start from? Here is an opportunity to get yourself familiar with the basics and fundamentals of Python through a chosen Integrated Development Environment (IDE).

General Introduction to Python - with ME MCAA

We have heard about Python and how fascinating and useful it is for scientists in research and major industries! You are interested in learning Python but have no idea where to start from? Here is an opportunity to get yourself familiar with the basics and fundamentals of Python through a chosen Integrated Development Environment (IDE).

Meet & Greet

The event is a great opportunity for Chapter members to get to know the chapter's board members, mission, planned events, and more importantly, each other and welcome the new members to the chapter. It is an opportunity for networking and benefitting from each other's experiences. The board members would like to hear from you about what you expect from the chapter, what areas you need help with, and how can they help you further develop your careers. Being spread across several European and Arabic countries gives us a unique advantage that is available to chapter members and that can help them achieve the best they can. Also, they will be informed regarding the various resources that the board members can make available to them and the various opportunities that members have for growing and taking on responsibilities within the chapter.

Design your Research Environment | Online Summer School – Hackathon Jun 13 2022 - Jun 17 2022

Our research environment is far from perfect and while the reasons can be various, solutions to change have to be tailored to you as a researcher. Together, in this five days Summer School and Summer Hackathon, we will design with you and experts from the field of open science, mental health and science communication the environment for you to thrive in. You will get together in interdisciplinary teams to experience together with the trainers how to rethink how to approach your research and career.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN UKRAINE: FORMATION, REFORMS, GEOPOLITICAL IMPLICATIONS AND POST-WAR RECOVERY

This Webinar, organized by the IGU Commission on the Geography of Governance, explores and discusses the local government system in Ukraine, its formation and reforms after independence, its role in times of war, and its potential role in the post-war recovery. It aims to bring together researchers, geographers and other social scientists, working on these issues, and the wider public - citizens, policy makers and other stakeholders - in Ukraine and in other countries around the globe. Monday, 6 June 2022 12:00 - 16:30 GMT Participation is free and open to the public. All information (program, abstracts ...) here: https://sites.google.com/view/lgukraine2022/home Registration here: https://sites.google.com/view/lgukraine2022/registration
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