Veranstaltungen

05. June 2020, 10:00 Bis 12:30

Best-Practice@TU Wien – Learn from your peers: Your FFG BRIDGE application

Informationsveranstaltung

FFG BRIDGE is a programme for knowledge transfer between science and economy supporting basic research projects that already show a realistic potential for economic exploitation. This funding scheme is therefore particularly interesting for the TU Wien and is often used for dissertation projects.

Due to the ongoing CoV-19 measures the event will take place on TUWEL including a FFG-webinar (self-study) and an exchange format with peers on June 5th 2020| 10:00 – 12:30 am.

A) FFG BRIDGE Webinar (temporally independent, self study) 

In the run-up to the event, you can inform yourself in detail about the specifics of the BRIDGE programme in a webinar organised by the FFG (in German) and post your questions in the TUWEL news forum.

B) Learn from your peers
The focus of the subsequent part of this TUWEL course is the exchange of experience with successful applicants at the TU Wien. Successful BRIDGE applicants will explain the specific do's and don'ts concerning this funding scheme. After these virtual presentations, you will have the opportunity for virtual exchange with the speakers.
Zoom meeting: June 5th 2020| 10:00 – 12:30 am

10:00

Welcome and introduction to the event programme
Services at TU Wien to support your application

Petra Rössner

FFG BRIDGE in a nutshell
The contents of the FFG Bridge Webinar will be summarised and your questions will be answered.
Astrid Stakne

Best-Practise@TU Wien Learn from your peers
Hannes Kaufmann, E193-02 Forschungsbereich Computer Graphics
Hannes Mikula, E163-03-2 - Forschungsgruppe Molekulare Chemie und Chemische Biologie

12:30
End of the Event

Kalendereintrag

Veranstaltungsort

TUWEL Course
1040 Wien

 

Veranstalter

Forschungs- und Transfersupport
Petra Rössner
petra.roessner@tuwien.ac.at

 

Öffentlich

Nein

 

Kostenpflichtig

Nein

 

Anmeldung erforderlich

Ja

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