Research project management in science and technology event

Submitted by Stefan Kaczmarczyk

On Tuesday 20th September 2016 a series of workshops and lectures will be held in Newton Hall, around the theme of research project management in science and technology. The event will be held from 9am – 7pm and is open to all research staff, academic staff and research students from all faculties in the University.

The day begins with refreshments from 9am, followed by  an inaugural speech by Dr Benedikt Meier, Visiting Professor, ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG. This will be followed by a 2.5 hour generic workshop on research project management, facilitated by Thomas Ehrl (Head of Research & Innovation Center, ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG). This workshop will be relevant for all research students and research staff, from whatever faculty or discipline – places for this can be booked here (please note, you need to book the workshop as there are limited spaces available).

After a 1-2pm lunch, Dr Meier will lead a workshop on “Challenges in your R&D environment; interface management” and at 5:30pm David Cooper, Visiting Fellow from LECS UK, will deliver his lecture “From fitting a box to thinking outside the box”.

If you would like to attend the generic project management workshop in the morning please go to the booking page here.

If you would like to attend lunch and the afternoon workshop/evening events please email  science.admin@northampton.ac.uk

About Simone Apel

Researcher Developer for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

Posted on September 6, 2016, in Events, Lectures & seminars, School of Science and Technology, Workshops & Training and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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