The First New Energy Forum for Marie Curie Chinese Scholars will be held on 6 January 2024, with the aim of promoting communication and interaction between Marie Curie scholars in the field of new energy and promoting their collaboration among different Marie Curie scholars. The forum will be organised online and will aim to promote interaction and in-depth exchanges between Marie Curie scholars in the field of new energy, thus facilitating cooperation between different Marie Curie scholars. It will also expand the influence of Marie Curie scholars.
The MCAA Turkey Chapter is hosting an informative event on two important topics of academics and research. The first focus area examines utilizing Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) to recruit notable researchers to Turkey. This aspect promotes Turkey's appeal to international researchers through talks on collaboration, funding, and professional development.
The event also addresses scholarly work-life balance. By understanding researchers' needs and challenges, the conversations will focus on effective strategies, support networks, and efforts to balance professional and personal responsibilities. This session aims to help Turkish researchers a,d beyong succeed academically and personally by analyzing ideal approaches and providing pragmatic viewpoints.
Please join us for a thought-provoking discussion on how Turkey may improve its research environment and prioritize scientist wellbeing.
The BSB WG supports the MCAA Turkey Chapter event, which brings together Turkey Chapter members to organize and plan future activities.
This online event, co-hosted by the EARMA Post Award Project Management Thematic Group and the MCAA Project Management Working Group, focuses on Risk Management in research grants. The one-hour session features two speakers: Irène Arrata from the National Institute for Health and Medical Research (Inserm), discussing Risk Management definitions and methodologies; and Leah Wren from Queen Mary University, sharing experiences in managing financial risks in high-risk countries. The event includes a welcome and introduction by Pauline Rasera from RMIT Europe, followed by each speaker's presentation, an interactive discussion and Q&A session, and concludes with a briefing on upcoming events. The seminar is designed for project managers and staff involved in research grants, providing insights into risk assessment and management throughout the research grant cycle.
On 14 November 2023, MCAA China Chapter and Germany Chapter co-organized the 3rd Sino-German Sustainable Development Forum (SGF) organised by Zhejiang University. The forum will be held offline in Berlin, Germany, and you are welcome to attend the event in person. If you are interested in attending this conference, please register in advance. The number of places is limited, so please register in advance (free of charge).
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The main objective of this event is to bring together experts from academia, the industry and policymakers to foster in-depth discussions leading to the definition of precautionary measures. We want to create a cooperative structure that proactively addresses the potential destruction brought on by earthquakes by utilizing the pooled expertise and assets of these three different sectors.The event aims at initiating discussions on how policymakers can regulate the implementation of sustainable techniques in both short and long-term earthquake preparedness plans as well as the business perspective of adapting them.
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