ECR Forum - 18 January 2022, Online
Our Early Career Researcher (ECR) Forum took place on Tuesday 18 January and welcomed 60 ECRs to hear about projects funded through our ECR Research Awards. We also welcomed David Bould, Lead R&D Specialist from Ørsted, who presented on generating new collaborations between industry and academia.
22 members of our ECR network also shared posters and abstracts about their research through our online poster hall, allowing visitors to ask questions and make comments. View the poster and abstract booklet.View presentations
ECR Forum Resources - January 2022
ECR Forum - 19 to 21 January 2021, Virtual
The third ECR Forum was held alongside our Annual Assembly in January 2021. The Forum took place over three days, and included focussed sessions around:
- Experiences of ECRs in winning awards or fellowships
- Floating Offshore Wind - Future Research Challenges workshop
- Career development and progression
22 members of our Early Carer Researcher community submitted posters, abstracts and videos which were displayed in the virtual poster hall in the main assembly virtual conference centre.
Presentations and reportsView presentations
ECR Forum Resources - January 2021
ECR Forum - 5 November 2019 , University of Strathclyde
The second annual ECR Forum was held on 5th November 2019 at the Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde. 29 ECRs attended a series of workshops and talks throughout the day, including group discussions regarding individual ECR research posters and abstracts, and a discussion around the recently closed first ECR Research Fund call.
Inaugural ECR Forum - 21 January 2019, University of Plymouth
Forty people spanning 16 different UK institutions and a wide range of research areas attended the ECR Network Forum. Activities at the Forum included research presentations, breakout sessions, and plenty of opportunities for networking. Professor Greaves, Hub Director, and the ECR Co-Directors also gave presentations on the structure of the Supergen ORE Hub and Hub support that will be available to ECRs, including a specialist research fund. An important theme of the day was the opportunity to network with ECRs from different disciplines and present our work and ideas to a range of academics, ECRs and industry. All attendees prepared a poster summarising their research work and gave a short 3-minute presentation summarising their background and their work to stimulate discussion.