Supergen ORE Hub - Early Career Researcher (ECR) Network Event - 15th May 2019, All Energy, Glasgow

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About this Event

Following on from our very successful ECR Forum, prior to the Supergen ORE Hub Launch event in January, we are pleased to announce the next ECR event at the All Energy Conference in Glasgow on 15th May. This event will cover the ORE Research Landscape developed by the Hub along with a special session on Fellowship applications and is open to ECR's registered with the Supergen ORE Hub. 

If you are an ECR and would like to find out more about registering for the Supergen ORE Hub network please find more information HERE  

We are limited to the number of registrations we can accept – therefore please register for your place by 30th April.

Register for the event HERE

Registered places will be allocated following the priority groups below. We will notify registered ticket holders as soon as possible to confirm or otherwise if you have a place, and will make early allocations to ensure appropriate attendance at the event of the priority groups, reflecting also the distribution of institutions represented.

  • First Priority: Early Career Academics within 3 years of appointment
  • Second Priority: PDRA's with those of more experience having priority
  • Third Priority: PhD students in their final year

(Please note that if the event is over-subscribed at 30th April then a waiting list will be put in place)

AGENDA

Date: 15th May 2019

Venue: All Energy, SEC Centre, Glasgow

Morning: Travel to All Energy and visit exhibition

12.00: Registration / Coffee

Session 1 - Research

12.15: Presentation of ORE Hub Research Landscape

12.45: Group Discussion of Research Priorities

13.15: Networking Lunch

13.45: Discussion over lunch of ORE Hub ECR structure and networking plans

Session 2 - Fellowships

14.15: Workshop on Fellowship Applications

  1. What's different about a Fellowship application
  2. When to apply and what’s available
  3. The structure of a good Fellowship proposal
  4. Achieving impact and Letters of Support
  5. Achieving independence through a Fellowship
  6. The importance of senior academic feedback and mock interviews
  7. Case studies
  8. Q&A

15.30: Breakout discussions on Fellowship Applications led by Hub Co-Directors

16.30: Reporting back

17.00: Close

18.30: Drinks