Addressing ‘Impact’ in research proposals
Increasingly research funders require careful presentation of the potential beneficial impacts of the proposed research project in order for a grant to be given. This is especially the case in the European Framework Programme Horizon 2020. For many researchers this poses something of a challenge as this means considering influences outside the domain of research.
This workshop will address this topic using examples from successful proposals, show strategies on how to approach this and tactics from a variety of project types, funding sources and stages of research maturity.
The workshop will follow the form of interactive presentations, group exercises and discussion. The approach will be flexible in order to address the concerns and interests of the participants who are encouraged to bring their own examples.
The language of presentations will be English.
Monica Schofield , CEng FIET, Director International Cooperation and EU Office.
Since 1999 Monica has been giving professional advice on the preparation of proposals for European funding, for both researchers and enterprises. Since 1995 she has given well over 100 workshops on research and innovation management and research policy across Europe.
Dr. Margarete Remmert-Rieper
Tutech Innovation GmbH
The workshop is designed for researchers intending to apply for public funding, but may also be useful for funding advisors who need to know about the practical side to proposal preparation.