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The contribution of international research collaboration to research capability and reputation

Date(s)
19 November 2013 (17:30-18:30)
Description

The Research Office would like to invite you to a talk by Dr Richard Masterman, Director of Research and Graduate Services at The University of Nottingham, UK, entitled 'The contribution of international research collaboration to research capability and reputation'.

About the talk

Richard will talk about the global objectives of the University for its research activities, and how The University of Nottingham Ningbo China can contribute to these and develop its research profile through collaborative activities more broadly. He will show how research collaboration can benefit an institution's research capability and reputation, and discuss examples of the issues he has faced in developing international research projects which involved funding from multiple institutions in different countries, and cross-campus collaboration.

Chang Le, International Business Development Manager in Richard's team, will talk about her experience in supporting individuals to set up collaborations in China, and the issues to consider when trying to secure funding.

Speaker biography

Dr Richard Masterman was appointed as Director of Research and Innovation Services at the University of Nottingham in 2005. Following a reorganisation in 2011, he became Director of Research and Graduate Services, focussing on developing, managing and securing outcomes from the University's research portfolio including a remit to expand our international portfolio at our overseas campuses and in collaboration with international universities and other partners. This responsibility covers a wide range of external and internal research, research development, and postgraduate training activities and engaging with all types of research sponsors, regionally, nationally and internationally. In his previous role as Director of Research and Innovation Services, he had responsibility for leadership, management and support of all the University’s research and knowledge transfer activities which includes an active and diverse research and knowledge transfer portfolio of more than 2000 projects with a current value of more than £500 million. He has worked at the University in roles supporting research and graduate strategy and policy development and implementation since 1992 with broader experience of supporting University governance.