Academic and RKEO staff enjoyed the recent webinar regarding IP Management in EU-funded Projects /Horizon 2020, presented by Jörg Scherer, Managing Director of the European Research and Project Office (Eurice)
The webinar covered:
- The importance of considering Intellectual Property from day one
- How to embed IP within the project submission and agreement documents
- Definitions, ownership and access rights
- Obligations to disseminate, protect and exploit
- The IP landscape and implementation
The slides are available to BU staff along with other publications from the European IPR Helpdesk.
Although the slides are instructional, it is not the same experience as attending the webinar. Why not come along to the next events:
02/11/15 IP Management in H2020 – with a special focus on MSCA
02/12/15 Impact and Innovation in H2020 – a Guide for Proposers
16/12/15 Maximising the impact of H2020 projects
They will all take place in the Casterbridge Room, starting promptly at 9:30. Please contact Dianne Goodman to reserve your place.
Our annual UKRO (UK Research Office) visit from our European Advisor, Maribel Glogowski, will take place on Wednesday, 14th October 2015 at Talbot Campus.
There will be an information sharing session for RKEO-only staff in the morning with presentations for all staff in the afternoon.
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch (afternoon attendees and RKEO)
13:00 – 14:00 EU Funding (an introduction to Horizon 2020)
14:00 – 16:15 (Draft) Work Programmes (specific strands):
14:00 – 14:25 Cross-cutting – Science with and for society / Widening participation
14:30 – 15:30 European Research Council (ERC) and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA)
15:30 – 15:45 Break
15:45 – 16:15 Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) and Industrial Leadership
16:15 – 16:30 Concluding remarks
You can see the draft Work Programmes in the Subscribers’ area on the UKRO portal. As BU subscribes to this service, all staff can register.
Please register for this event as soon as possible by contacting Dianne Goodman, so that we can arrange catering. Once you have registered, we will confirm your attendance and venue.
If you aspire to be research-active in Europe, this event is for you. We look forward to welcoming Maribel and BU staff with international research aspirations as well as those already active in this funding stream.
Calling all Early Career Researchers,
We invite you to: An Introduction to the BRAD Framework and Development Sessions– Wednesday the 18th of September 2-3.30pm (location to be confirmed).
The University has created Bournemouth Researcher/Academic Development-BRAD. BRAD is a tailor designed research development framework with supporting development sessions, for BU’s Early Career Researchers (ECR’s). The aims and objectives of BRAD are aligned to the Universities Strategic Plan 2012-2018, our Visions & Values-BU 2018, and Vitae’s researcher development framework. BU is providing professional and personal development sessions and online courses throughout the next academic year 2013-2014, which are all free to attend. The development sessions will cover a range of topics, from SPSS, NVivo, personal effectiveness, research management and publishing in journals and books.
Please email email@example.com to confirm your attendance to the Introduction to BRAD Session, and to identify yourself as an Early Career Researcher, by the end of this week.