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The importance of Social Sciences and Humanities in H2020
Fri, March 24, 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM GMT
The UK Research Office (UKRO) European Adviser, Jon Brookes willl be visiting the University on Friday 24th March to give three presentations on European funding.
The aim of the visit is to provide an opportunity for researchers to hear about the latest funding opportunities and to gain an insight into preparing successful applications.
The programme is as follows:
(Open to all who register)
The importance of Social Sciences and Humanities in H2020 (12.00-13.00)
As a cross-cutting issue of broad relevance, Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) research is fully integrated into each of the general objectives of Horizon 2020. SSH research can be embedded in any H2020 projects and SSH researchers can lead or play a major role in complex H2020 collaborative proposals. This session is focused on how to determine which H2020 call topics should be led by SSH researchers, as well as when and how non-SSH academics should involve fellow colleagues from SSH areas in their H2020 proposals. The UKRO briefing will provide general information on ‘mainstreaming’ SSH in H2020 and insights from examples of H2020 funded projects involving academics from SSH disciplines, followed by a Q&A session.
If you have any queries regarding the event please contact the EU office on email@example.com