Events and Workshops 2020

Learn (more) about the funding jungle in 3 webinars!

The objective of this course is to impart basic principles of research funding programmes by giving you an overview of major national and EU funding schemes, by presenting the
different parts of an application and by explaning the reviewing process and the most
common evaluation criteria to ensure that you are prepared for future project submissions.

The course takes place entirely online: 3 video conference modules. Additional information and content will be provided on TUWEL.

The course is open to all TUW researchers and especially designed for researchers with - so far - little knowledge of national and/or EU funding programmes and those who just moved to Austria and/or started working at the TUW recently. And, of course, for everyone wanting to refresh and update their knowledge about the funding jungle.

Outcomes:
Participants will be able to...

  • describe basic principles of research funding;
  • have an overview of major national and EU funding schemes;
  • understand the major parts of a research project proposal application;
  • understand the reviewing process and the most common evaluation criteria.

Non-targets: Elaborating specific project applications.

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After your registration in TISS, you can enroll in the respective TUWEL course, where you will receive all information about how to access the online event (zoom link). Furthermore you will have the possibility to ask questions in advance in TUWEL, which we will integrate into the course.

Please register until July 6th. This event will be held in English and is open for all TUW researchers - limited number of particpants!

Information about the event

Since January 2019, the FWF requires a data management plan (DMP) for all projects approved under the new application guidelines. After one and a half years of mandatory research data policy,, opens an external URL in a new window the FWF now has the first empirical data, which will be presented to the participants and discussed together during the workshop.  

At the same time, many Austrian institutions offer services for scientists to support them in research data management. They have been able to gain experience in this field over the last years. The workshop will provide an opportunity to get an overview of the existing services for research data management in Austria and will create a platform for further networking activities.

For representatives of research institutions, the event also offers the opportunity to tell the FWF who is responsible for questions on DMPs at their own institution and how the topic of research data management and Open Data is perceived by researchers.

Target group

Representatives from research services and libraries who are responsible for research data management at their institution

Agenda

  1. Presentation FWF, speaker Katharina RieckFWF Strategy - Policy, Evaluation, Analysis: Previous experiences with DMPs and developments on the European level
  2. Presentation Barbara SánchezTU Wien Center for Research Data Management: DMP support using the example of the TU Wien, frequent queries from researchers
  3. Discussion with the participants: Experiences in research institutions, structures for future exchange and cooperation

Moderation: Malgorzata GoraczekTU Wien European and International Research Support, opens an external URL in a new window

Date

  • Monday, 29 June 2020, 10:00-12:00

Registration and event link

  • You can register here here
  • The workshop is held via Zoom. You will receive the access data after successful registration a few days before the event

Contact

TU Wien
Center for research data management
Resselgasse 4 (TU Wien Bibliothek), 1040 Wien
research.data@tuwien.ac.at

Twitter: @RDMTUWien

COST: "TU Wien and the COST Program - A Success Story!"

Would you like to promote your research and career by networking your research topic at European level? The FFG, TU Wien researchers and the European and International Research Support invite you to an online information event where you can learn more about the “COST - European Cooperation in Science and Technology” funding programme. COST enables the establishment and expansion of networks and bundles of (national) research initiatives from all fields of science and technology - often with an interdisciplinary and/or intersectoral approach.

When: 24th June 2020, 10am -12am 

Where: Online / TUWEL / Zoom

Registration: , opens an external URL in a new windowhttps://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/personal/interne_veranstaltung/anzeigen/6724, opens an external URL in a new window

During the information event, Nicole Schmidt (FFG Programme Support COST) will give an overview of the thematically open COST funding program. The conditions for participation in COST Actions will be presented, as are the opportunities to participate in ongoing open actions. The second part of the event will focus on the exchange of experiences and best practices from TU Wien researchers: Ulrich Kral and Arthur Schindelegger,  participating in COST Actions.

*** due to the ongoing CoV-19 measures the event will take place on TUWEL ***

 

Date:

16. Juni 2020 via TUWEL, 9:30-11:30

 

Content: 

The TUW Research and Transfer Suppport (RTS) and the European and International Research Support (EIFS), together with the FFG, offer an online information event, where you can learn more about upcoming national and international applied funding programmes in the fields of production, materials science and related areas. The event will further provide you a compact and comprehensive overview of the next calls.  

In addition, TUW testimonials will share their insights in proposal writing for national and EU funding programmes. 

The course will be held online via the online online platform  TUWEL: tuwel.tuwien.ac.at/course/view.php;

 

Agenda:

  • 9:30 Welcome and Intro: TUW RTS & EIFS
  • Production of the Future and BIG DATA in Production - current Calls: Margit Haas, FFG
  • Insights TUW Testimonial Jürgen Stampfl
  • Horizon Europe: Cluster 4 Digital, Industry and Space & Strategic Partnerships: Gerald Kern, FFG
  • Insights TUW Testimonial Nadja Adamovic
  • 11:30 Closing

 

Trainer:

TU: Astrid Stakne, Malgorzata Goraczek;

FFG: Margit Haas, Gerald Kern 

 

Number of participants: 

not limited

 

Target group:

all researchers at the TUW 

 

Language of the seminar:

Englisch

 

Methods:

Webinar and online information in TUWEL

 

Registration:

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Termin:

22. Juni 2020, 9.00 – 12.00 Uhr

 

Ort: 

Vortragsraum Bibliothek

 

Seminarinhalt: 

Vorlagepflicht von internationalen Forschungsförderungsverträgen gemäß Rektoratsrichtlinie zu Vollmachten und Forschungsprojekten
TISS und EU Participant Portal
Überblick zu den Vertragsarten
Dos and Don’ts bei EU Projekten
Zentrum für Forschungsdatenmanagement stellt sich vor

 

Trainer:

Siegfried Huemer (EIFS)
Verena Dolovai (EIFS)
Sabine Rainalter (EIFS)
Christiane Stork (Zentrum für Forschungsdatemanagement)

 

Gruppengröße:

20

 

Zielgruppe:

Institutsleiter_innen, Projektleiter_innen und administratives Personal iZm internationalen Forschungsförderungsprojekten

 

 

Seminarsprache:

Deutsch

 

Methoden:

Präsentationen mit schriftlichen Unterlagen
Online-Demonstration im Participant Portal
Erfahrungsaustauch mit Gruppendiskussion

Anmeldung:

TISS Link folgt.

*** due to the ongoing CoV-19 measures the event will take place on TUWEL ***

 

Date:

Wednesday, 27 May 2020, 09:00 - 12:00 h

 

Content

This event will provide researchers with an understanding of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships with two different types of actions:

- European Fellowships (EF) for mobility within and to Europe
- Global Fellowships (GF) for researchers who want to get active outside Europe

Main content:
- Marie Sklowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (H2020-MSCA-IF-2020): Types of Actions, Formal Application Criteria, Budgeting and Tips
- Report of a successful MSCA-IF Applicant´s Experience

 

Speakers:

 Ann-Christin Kehrberg (EIFS), Siegfried Huemer (EIFS) and Alay Jose Molina Mendoza (E387-01: Research Group of Photonic)

 

Number of Participants:

max. 30

 

Target Group:

Experienced researchers who want to supervise a MSCA Fellow at TU Wien as the host organisation or researchers who want to apply for a MSCA Individual Fellowship. With the deadline on 9 September 2020 applicants must have a doctorate title or more than 4 years research experience (full-time equivalent) after their master degree.

 

Language:

The seminar will be held in English.

 

Methods:

Presentations, report of a successful applicant´s experience, discussion

 

Registration:

https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/personal/interne_veranstaltung/anzeigen/6578, opens an external URL in a new window 

*** due to the ongoing CoV-19 measures the event will take place on TUWEL ***

 

The Research and Transfer Suppport and the European and International Research Support, together with FWF and FFG, invite you to the Virtual High Potentials in Research Day@TU Wien where you learn more about the upcoming excellence in science funding programmes: FWF START and ERC Starting and Consolidator Grants. Services for successful applications offered by FWF, FFG and TU Wien will be presented. Furthermore insights into successful applications and experiences will by given by grant holders at TU Wien. 

During the morning session (9:00-12:00) an overview about the upcoming FWF START grant will be given by Mario Mandl (FWF, Programme Management START). Elisabeth Schludermann (Head of Funding Support and Industry Relations) will present accompanying services offered by TU Wien. First-hand insights into the application process and best practice will be given by Gareth Parkinson, grant holder of FWF START and ERC Consolidator. 

The afternoon session (13:00-16:30) will provide an overview on uture calls of ERC Starting and Consolidator Grants presented by Ylva Huber (FFG, NCP for ERC Programmes), and on accompanying FFG services. Siegfried Huemer (Head of  the European and International Research Support) will present established as well as new services offered by TU Wien. First-hand insight into the application process and best practice will be given by Silvan Schmid, grant holder of ERC Starting and ERC Proof of Concept.

Mag. Dr.rer.nat.Elisabeth Schludermann and Hofrat Dipl.-Ing. Siegfried Huemer.

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Datum:
12. März 2020, 09:00-11:00, Zweiter Termin, 13:30 - 15:00

Ort:
Seminarraum EIFS, Resselgasse 3/Stg. 2/ Raum AS0330

Seminarsprache:
Deutsch, teilweise englischsprachige Folien

Anmeldung:
TISS, https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/personal/interne_veranstaltung/anzeigen/62, opens an external URL in a new window

Seminarinhalt:
Das Anlegen von Internationalen Forschungsförderungsprojekten in der TISS-Projektdatenbank stellt oft eine Herausforderung dar. Der Workshop soll helfen, die richtigen Fördergeber und Förderschienen auszuwählen und so die Handhabung der Projektdatenbank erleichtern.

Im zweiten Teil des Seminars werden wir auf die Registrierung im Funding & Tender Portal (ehemals ECAS) eingehen sowie die Aufgaben und Rechte der einzelnen Rollen auf Projektebene erklären. Nach Nominierung des LSign und FSign durch den LEAR müssen diese Personen auf Projektebene zugeordnet werden. Die richtige Vorgehensweise sowie das Auffinden von Dokumenten und Informationen im Portal werden anhand von praktischen Beispielen erklärt.

Vorträge:
Eintragen von internationalen Projekten ins TISS (derzeit)
Funding & Tender Opportunities Portal

Zielgruppe:
Professor_innen, Assistent_innen, admistratives Personal.

Vortragende:
Mag. Sabine RAINALTER LL.M., M.A., EIFS
Renate SCHIER, EIFS

Änderungen im Programm vorbehalten.

Date:

        8. Jänner 2019, 13:00-15:30 Uhr group size
target audience

Venue: 

        Besprechungsraum des EIFS (058-01)
        Resselgasse 3, Stiege 2, 3. Stock, Raum Nummer: AS0330

Seminar Content: 

  • ERC CoG application criteria & forms
  • Budget calculation & description of resources
  • Host commitment letter of TU Wien
  • Discussion & questions (FAQs)

Trainer:

       Hofrat DI Siegfried Huemer, Leiter des EIFS

Group size:

      6-12 participants

Target group:

      Excellent researchers with first PhD max. 12 years prior 1.1.20

Language:

       englisch

Methods:

       Presentation, discussion, handouts & templates

Registration:

      TISS, Login link not known yet