University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies
  • Intranet
      

Research Workshops on Sep 17th-19th

IAPS has invited Nottingham UK Research and Business Development Officer - Ms. Sue Hopcroft and Research Funding Officer - Mr. Chris Garnham to deliver research workshops in Ningbo campus on Sep 17th - 19th. Detailed time, venue and abstracts are as below. Should you wish to attend, please:

  1. register through below Moodle links before 10.00am 10th September;
  2. send 200 words bio on your research interests to iaps IAPS@nottingham.edu.cn before 10.00am 11th September so any potential collaborations could be considered in advance of and after as well as use these info as the basis of peer-to-peer discussion during the workshops. Many thanks.

 

17th September IAMET-218 (For academics and research administrators)

  • Registration link: https://moodle.nottingham.ac.uk/mod/tutorialbooking/view.php?id=3943621
  • 10am – 1pm: Workshop 1- ‘How to respond, as an overseas PI, to a funding call issued by a UK funder’ .This workshop will cover issues to consider when applying, as an overseas PI, to a funding call issued by a UK funder - for example Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) or Department for International Development (DFID) calls. It will include an overview of the applications system(s), project architecture, costings, the application form, and hints and tips for writing the application.
  • 2pm-5pm: Opportunity for individual meetings to answer queries and clarify anything raised in the morning workshop. 

 

18th September IAMET-218 (For academics and research administrators)

  • Registration link: https://moodle.nottingham.ac.uk/mod/tutorialbooking/view.php?id=3943622
  • 10am – 1pm: Workshop 2- ‘How to respond to UK bid development: being a proactive Co-I’ .This workshop will be in two parts. Part 1 will look at the potential funders (e.g. the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)), how to find an opportunity, and what the funder and the UK PI will need from a Co-I. Part 2 will repeat some of the information from the previous workshop, but thinking about this from the perspective a Co-I.
  • 2pm-5pm: Opportunity for individual meetings to answer queries and clarify anything raised in the morning workshop.

 

19th September IAMET-304 (For research administrators)

  • Registration link: https://moodle.nottingham.ac.uk/mod/tutorialbooking/view.php?id=3943623
  • 10am-1pm: Workshop 3- ‘How the UK funding bidding process works: For research administrators’. This workshop will look at how projects in the UK are costed, how the budget is developed, the submission systems involved, and will provide an overview of the award process.