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OZSW PhD seminar: Doing research in a mobile world

24 May 2013 @ 10:30 - 17:00

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OZSW PhD seminar May 24 in Rotterdam Doing research in a mobile world 24th May 2013 – Erasmus University Rotterdam (campus Woudestein), room C2-3 (22 pax) The internationalization of one’s research is becoming an increasingly influential factor to one’s further career development in academia as well as in industry and governmental organizations. For all of you who think about going abroad for work, studies, or after your PhD, we have organized this PhD seminar about the internalization of research. How…
OZSW PhD seminar May 24 in Rotterdam Doing research in a mobile world 24th May 2013 – Erasmus University Rotterdam (campus Woudestein), room C2-3 (22 pax) The internationalization of one’s research is becoming an increasingly influential factor to one’s further career development in academia as well as in industry and governmental organizations. For all of you who think about going abroad for work, studies, or after your PhD, we have organized this PhD seminar about the internalization of research. How to organize and plan your time abroad, how to apply, who to ask first, and which difficulties are the most troublesome? And last, but not least, on how to leave a good impression as a guest or host? Our first speaker is Annemarie Bos from the NWO. She will give an overview of the national and international funding instruments, as well as developments in international research funding. While going abroad brings a fair amount of opportunities, the price of being outside one’s social and cultural environment is not something everyone is willing to pay. Financial assistance for long research stays abroad might hard to get, as well. Thus, our second speaker Javiera Atenas will talk how you can internationalize your network without going abroad. Of course, when you are sitting in the plane, the trip has just began! So what to do during your time abroad? Who is a good guest, what benefits your research, how to stay in contact after the time abroad? Our last speaker, Behnam Taebi, will finish the seminar with answers to these questions. Program 10:30h – Welcome and some words on the new structure of the OZSW PhD-council 11:00h – Annemarie Bos (NWO), Internationalization of Research + discussion 12:30h – Lunch 13:15h – Javiera Atenas (SOAS, University of London), Internationalization without going abroad 14:15h – Coffee Break 14:30h – Behnam Taebi (TU Delft), Being a good guest, being a good host 15:30h – Discussion 16:15h – Final comments All OZSW members and friends of the OZSW are welcome. Participation is free of charge, lunch will be included. Please register until 12th May, 2013, by sending an e-mail to Catalina Peeters, secretariaat@ozsw.nl. (In case you have special dietary wishes, please indicate them.) It has become tradition to finalize the seminar with some informal drinks at a café nearby.

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24 May 2013
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10:30 - 17:00
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Erasmus University Rotterdam, Burgemeester Oudlaan, 3062 Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Burgemeester Oudlaan, 3062 Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Rotterdam, South Holland The Netherlands

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Catalina Peeters
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OZSW PhD seminar May 24 in Rotterdam

Doing research in a mobile world

24th May 2013 – Erasmus University Rotterdam (campus Woudestein), room C2-3 (22 pax)

The internationalization of one’s research is becoming an increasingly influential factor to one’s further career development in academia as well as in industry and governmental organizations. For all of you who think about going abroad for work, studies, or after your PhD, we have organized this PhD seminar about the internalization of research. How to organize and plan your time abroad, how to apply, who to ask first, and which difficulties are the most troublesome? And last, but not least, on how to leave a good impression as a guest or host?

Our first speaker is Annemarie Bos from the NWO. She will give an overview of the national and international funding instruments, as well as developments in international research funding.

While going abroad brings a fair amount of opportunities, the price of being outside one’s social and cultural environment is not something everyone is willing to pay. Financial assistance for long research stays abroad might hard to get, as well. Thus, our second speaker Javiera Atenas will talk how you can internationalize your network without going abroad.

Of course, when you are sitting in the plane, the trip has just began! So what to do during your time abroad? Who is a good guest, what benefits your research, how to stay in contact after the time abroad? Our last speaker, Behnam Taebi, will finish the seminar with answers to these questions.

Program

10:30h – Welcome and some words on the new structure of the OZSW PhD-council
11:00h – Annemarie Bos (NWO), Internationalization of Research + discussion
12:30h – Lunch
13:15h – Javiera Atenas (SOAS, University of London), Internationalization without going abroad
14:15h – Coffee Break
14:30h – Behnam Taebi (TU Delft), Being a good guest, being a good host
15:30h – Discussion
16:15h – Final comments

All OZSW members and friends of the OZSW are welcome. Participation is free of charge, lunch will be included. Please register until 12th May, 2013, by sending an e-mail to Catalina Peeters, secretariaat@ozsw.nl. (In case you have special dietary wishes, please indicate them.)

It has become tradition to finalize the seminar with some informal drinks at a café nearby.

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