EUTOPIA-SIF Monthly Fellow Seminar - March 23, 2023, 13:00-14:15 CET
Within the framework of the EUTOPIA Science and Innovation Fellowship Programme, monthly fellows seminars will take place, in which the 35 researchers enrolled in the two cohorts will in turn present their research projects.
The next researchers to present their research are Eva Rodriguez Aznar (VUB), Ross Jansen Van Vuuren (UL), and Klajdi Toska (CY).
EUTOPIA-TRAIN Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Citizen Science Clinics - March 30, May 25, 2023
The Citizen Science Clinics aim to support researchers joining our community of practice on citizen science by providing them with opportunities for exchange and networking. The concept is a series of informal, ‘feasibly timed’, low effort (but very interactive) peer learning sessions. These are the next (and final) three Clinics:
- How to engage citizens in different cultural contexts? - Thursday March 30th, 16:00 CET.
- 'Closing the Clinics’: Lessons learned from the EUTOPIA Citizen Science Peer Learning Sessions - Thursday May 25th, 16:00 CET.
EUTOPIA Researcher Mobility Programme deadline 31. May 2023
Come to one of the EUTOPIA universities for a project-led research visit of 2-3 weeks before the 31st May 2023!
The objective of the Researcher Mobility Programme is to support research visits of EUTOPIA researchers across EUTOPIA partner universities, to allow the development and furthering of research collaborations between the researchers of the EUTOPIA Alliance.
Slovenian company Cosylab looking for partners in research projects - Open to EUTOPIAn researchers!
The Slovenian company Cosylab is looking for research projects partners, and is open to the EUTOPIA Community.
Cosylab is the leading provider of software solutions for the planet‘s most complex, precise, and advanced systems related to cancer therapy systems, complex medical devices, particle accelerators, large telescopes, fusion reactors, space industry.
Eleonore Trefftz Programme for female researchers at TU Dresden - Deadline for applications April 15, 2023
The Eleonore Trefftz Program at TU Dresden makes temporary stays possible for visiting women scientists who represent their subject in teaching and research at a respective faculty. Female professors, junior professors and junior researchers who are at least at an advanced stage of their postdoc can hold visiting professorships for 3 to 12 months researching and teaching.
The program serves to promote careers for women on their path to a professorship. Visiting professors also act as role models for female students and young female researchers from those subjects which have currently few or no women professors, encouraging them to choose an academic career.
Call for Papers: 1st International Conference on “Automated Texts" in the Romance Languages” (AI-ROM), TU Dresden - Deadline September 15, 2023
The 1st Ai-ROM Conference aims at bringing together researchers from all areas of Romance Linguistics and neighboring fields (Communication Science, Media and Journalism Studies, Computational Linguistics) to reflect on automated texts from a variety of perspectives: theoretical, descriptive, and practical.
We welcome abstracts on single Romance languages and varieties, on comparisons between Romance languages or between Romance and Germanic languages. The conference is open to all theoretical and methodological approaches.
Western Balkans Workshop
EUTOPIA-TRAIN Citizen Science Clinic - Online Webinar (Aprll 26, 2022)
EUTOPIA TRAIN Fourth Citizen Science Clinic - Online Workshop: 13. October
EUTOPIA’s sixth Citizen Science Clinic
Call for Papers: Reinventing Science Communication for the post-truth era (Deadline for applications April 30, 2022)
The conference, organized by the University of Ljubljana, aims to bring together experts active in science communication research, practice, training, or education. Please submit your proposal of a paper or a session (300-500 words), together with a short biography (maximum 100 words) and affiliation information to the organizing committee via email by 30 April 2022.
Connected Research Communities
The EUTOPIA Connected Research Communities aims to connect research initiatives across EUTOPIA and beyond and enable researchers and innovators to grow their ideas in any science and technology field by sharing them with their peers. All EUTOPIA researchers within all research fields and disciplines from one of the six founding EUTOPIA universities are eligible as paid members.
An international conference organized by the University of Ljubljana: Reinventing Science Communication? Challenges for the post-truth era: 13-14 October
The conference, organized by the University of Ljubljana, aims to bring together experts active in science communication research, practice, training, or education.
Researcher Mobility Programme
The EUTOPIA Research Mobility Program supports short research visits for EUTOPIA researchers across partner universities in order to foster collaboration and integration, to share expertise and research infrastructures and to develop joint research activities. Visits are funded for duration of 2 to 3 weeks and be compensated as outgoing research mobility by the researcher’s home institution, in the limit of 3 000€ per visit. The call is open until November 2022.