*Pursuit of External Fundings for Projects
02 April 2019
RW I, S 66
Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Registration: until 19 March 2019
for doctoral candidates via BayDOC: https://baydoc.uni-bayreuth.de
This workshop is part of the "Woche des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses - Research Funding" from 01 - 05 April 2019
First it will be given an overview on research and its funding in Germany and Europe. How much money is given by whom to do research? Which kind of research is funded by which funding institutions? Where can you find information about funding with which inquiry tools? What are the prerequisites to make applications? Which different do ways you have to look for? At least the structure and „tricks“ of good applications will be shown.
In the second part on the afternoon there will be group work to develop applications in a crash course. The results will be presented by participants and discussed by all.
At the end there will be time to discuss any questions and the seven mortal sins making applications will be shown.
Qualification objectives You should get a feeling for good applications.
Trainer Dr. Wolfgang Adamczak studied biology at Hamburg University and awarded a doctorate. After that he changed as a Post-Doc to Marburg University in the physics faculty for five years. Starting 1984 he worked as a research liaison officer at Kassel University.
After his retirement in 2011 he founded the firm WAD Consulting and is offering further education for young scientists.