International Seminar Research and Science Communication
Engaging with Stakeholders ● Evaluation ● H2020 Obligations
|English||04.04.2019 - 05.04.2019||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.||1.278,- € * until 11.01.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
|Date:||04.04.2019 - 05.04.2019|
|Location:||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.|
|Price:||1.278,- € * until 11.01.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
Research and science are more and more taking place on a European and international level. Accordingly, requirements on the communication departments of higher education and research institutes have increased drastically. They are confronted with the following questions:
- How to reach different audiences without oversimplifying the research?
- How to achieve European and worldwide media attention?
- How to involve researchers and scientific staff in science communication?
- How and when to use social media effectively?
- How to measure the impact of my research communication activities?
- How to fulfil communication obligations in EU funded project?
- How to manage dissemination and exploitation when applying for external funds?
Raise your institution’s performance in research and science communication with this training seminar:
- Learn how to integrate all stakeholders such as media, researchers and the public in your research and science communication
- Enhance the connection between media and researchers
- Take the opportunity to exchange with peers and our experts
Directors, Heads of Departments and Units, Managers, Officers and other members of staff responsible for science and research communication at
- Higher Education Institutes (HEIs)
- Research Institutes
- University Hospitals
- Science Centres and Clusters
From the following departments
- Communication, Marketing, Press, Public Relation Offices
- Research and Science Department, Sciences Support Office
- Research Communication and Research Development
- Public Engagement Office
as well as
Funding Bodies and Ministries
responsible for Higher Education and Research Institutions
- Who are your audiences?
- How to approach different audiences adequately
- What are the stories we should tell?
- What challenges do we face in science communication?
- How to do multi-platform storytelling
- How to use videos to talk about difficult research
- How to communicate research in social media
- When and how often to communicate via social media?
- How do you measure the impact of your work?
- How to evaluate web and offline exposure
- How to communicate challenging research
- How to achieve international media attention
- How to establish a European communication network
- How to set up incentives for researchers to join your research communication
- How to cooperate with faculty and researchers
- How to train faculty and researchers for media contacts
- What are the communication obligations for H2020 funded projects?
- How to include the communication strategy in the project proposal
- Improve your internal and external research communication with different audiences
- Raise the public awareness of your research activities Increase your institution’s attractiveness for researchers, PhD candidates and students
- Support your institution’s competitiveness with regards to external funding’ acquisition
- Exchange and network with colleagues from all over Europe
- Receive best practice insights from experienced practitioners
- Enhance your research communication skills with our interactive workshops