Majandusteaduse ja innovatsiooni doktorikool
University of Tartu graduate/doctoral schools orientation session aims to give our doctoral students a better understanding of funding resources available after receiving their PhD as well as horizontal topics of ethics requirements and intellectual property rights.
The presenters are from the Estonian Research Council, UT Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, UT Research Ethics Committee and UT Grant Office.
All interested doctoral students and supervisors are welcome!
Please register here.
Personal research funding and a postdoctoral research grant
Siret Rutiku (Estonian Research Council)
Introduction to Horizon 2020. Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
Kristin Kraav (Estonian Research Council)
Katrin Kello (Estonian Research Council)
EURAXESS – European network supporting researcher's mobility and career development
Siiri Kolka (Estonian Research Council)
12:30–13:30 Lunch break
Intellectual property rights
Adrien Hanouar Renaudo (Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Tartu)
The requirements on ethics and approvals of the Research Ethics Committee
Kristi Lõuk (Centre for Ethics, University of Tartu; Research Ethics Committee)
Support services by the Grant Office at the University of Tartu
Kadri Orula (Grant Office, University of Tartu)
The event is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (University of Tartu ASTRA Project PER ASPERA).
Please note that photos will be taken at the event. The photos will be used by the UT graduate/doctoral schools on their homepages and social media to introduce their activities.
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