This workshop will bring together Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from across the U21 network within the first eight years of their post-doctoral career. The broad discipline of ‘Technology’ will provide the opportunity to share knowledge and current projects which are at the cutting edge of research around the world in fields such as Information Technologies, Industrial Engineering, Mechatronics, Material Science, Biotechnology, Energy, amongst others. Social Science and business specialists are also welcome to create a multidisciplinary environment.
Tecnológico de Monterrey has a vast experience in these areas, for the past 70 years it has been a unique partner for the development of applied research, tech-transfer and services to industry in Mexico. The research is organized and oriented in groups called research chairs. Each chair has as its goal, the development of basic and applied research integrating graduate and under graduate students, post-doctoral students and professor researchers in the areas of: engineering, business and social sciences.
The key objective of this workshop is to increase ECRs research capabilities and develop skills associated with career development in academia. The workshop will also have a strong focus on networking and gaining an international perspective on the role and career route of researchers.
The two day programme will include small group working, talks by established U21 researchers, poster sessions, a key note address, and sessions with multi-national perspectives on:
- How to develop top level research
- How to increase impact in your research
- How to increase fund raising
- How does Intellectual Property help your research?
Nominations are invited from ECRs that:
- are undertaking research in any area related to Technology including all cross-disciplinary approaches involving science, engineering, policy, economics, or any other field.
- were awarded their PhD within the last 8 years; this definition is flexible with each university having the discretion to nominate ECRs who fall outside this definition.
Each university may nominate seven early career researchers: three guaranteed and four reserve nominees from their own institution. Each University must agree to cover travel and accommodation costs for nominees.
The deadline for sending nominations is Friday 18 October 2013
Nominations will take place via each member's internal nominations procedure. If you would like to be considered for nomination and you're unsure of who to contact at your institution, please get in touch with Dr Gemma Marakas at the email address below.
Please note that delegates are responsible for booking their own hotel accommodation for this event.
The suggested hotel is the Hotel Camino Real Santa Fe as the host has secured a preferential room rate of 91 USD per night (single room) for ECR delegates staying here. This price includes breakfast, tips and reservations but NOT taxes. Transfers will also be available from this hotel to campus throught the workshop programme.
To book a room at the Hotel Camino Real Santa Fe, delegates will need to contact Gerardo Ballinas and mention the Tecnológico de Monterrey Reference: DCVG-D004:
Tel: 52626262 Ext. 6255