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International Seminar Research and Science Communication

Engaging with Stakeholders ● Evaluation ● H2020 Obligations

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English 04.04.2019 - 05.04.2019 H4 Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz 1.491,- € * until 05.04.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Date: 04.04.2019 - 05.04.2019
Location: H4 Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz
Price: 1.491,- € * until 05.04.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Language: English
Programme
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The complete program for day 1 and day 2 can be found in our program brochure starting on page 4.

Download Brochure: Research and Science Communication

The complete program for day 1 and day 2 can be found in our program brochure starting on page 4.

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Experts

Stuart Roberts

Deputy Head of Research Communications, Office of External Affairs and Communications, University of Cambridge

United Kingdom

Marcin Monko

Press Adviser, Communications Unit, European Research Council Executive Agency

Caroline Ang

European Research Development Manager, European and International Programmes, Research & Innovation Services, University of Bath

United Kingdom

Caoimhe Ní Lochlainn

Head of Media Relations, Trinity College Dublin

Ireland

Rasmus Glistrup

Communication Advisor, IT University of Copenhagen

Denmark

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Lars Uhlin

Head of Media and branding, Lund University, Sweden

Information


Communicating Research in an International Context

Research and science are increasingly international. This requires effective and well-handled research communication activities to increase both the feasibility and the visibility of the scientific institution.

Furthermore, research and science communication has also become extremely relevant for external funding. Specifically the European Union is emphasizing science communication activities when supporting research, especially in programmes like Horizon 2020.






Improvement of Research Communication Skills

Raise your institution’s performance in research and science communication with this training seminar. Benefit from our experts’ experiences in the field of European and international research and science communication.

  • learn how to integrate all stakeholders such as media, faculty staff, researchers and the public in your research and science communication,
  • enhance the connection between media and researchers



Who is this seminar for?
  • How to approach different audiences adequately
  • How to do multi-platform storytelling
  • When and how often to communicate via social media?
  • How to evaluate web and offline exposure
  • How to achieve international media attention
  • 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
  • How to deal with science scepticism



What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?

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




Location: H4 Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz


Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 32
10178 Berlin
Germany

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