We still have available spots in the upcoming courses.
B.2 – Horizon Europe Proposal Writing Focus: Impact (Oslo)
B. 2 (level 2, for advanced): The course provides an introduction to project development in Horizon Europe (work program, topics and calls, application process, characteristics of Horizon Europe applications, the different types of projects, and also application preparation). During the course, we will go through the application process from idea to completed project proposal, and you will have the opportunity to participate in a practical exercise.
27. feb – 28. februar 2024
B.2 – Horizon Europe Proposal Writing Focus: Impact (Oslo) (forskningsradet.no)
B.1 – Horizon Europe Proposal Writing Focus: The first steps (Oslo)
B1: (Level 1, for beginners): The course provides an overview of what characterizes a successful research and innovation project in the EU, what needs to be done in the preparation phase, and explains the responsibilities and tasks of each partner in the project. We delve into how to build a strong consortium, the various stages of the application writing process, and how to effectively lead an application development process until submission.
5. mars 2024
B.1 – Horizon Europe Proposal Writing: the first steps (Oslo) (forskningsradet.no)
C.1 – Project Management and Reporting: the first steps (Oslo)
C.1 (Level 1, for beginners): The course provides an introduction to the lifecycle of an EU project; how to initiate the project, as well as reporting and management along the way. We will go through the Funding and Tenders Portal, and you will receive valuable tips on effective ways to disseminate information about the project and project results throughout the project period. The course also includes a practical exercise in project management, where we discuss how to handle difficult situations that may arise in a project in the best possible way.
6. mars 2024
C.1 – Project Management and Reporting: the first steps (Oslo) (forskningsradet.no)
D.1 – Budgeting in Horizon Europe – step-by-step (Oslo)
Course (Level 1, for beginners): The course is an introduction to funding and budgeting in Horizon Europe, covering the basic principles of EU funding in research and innovation projects. We explain the ways in which budgeting in Horizon Europe differs from Horizon 2020, and teach you how to set up a good resource plan and accompanying budget. The course concludes with a practical workshop where you learn to set up a budget and calculate costs for a hypothetical project.
7. Mars 2024
D.1 – Budgeting in Horizon Europe – step-by-step (Oslo) (forskningsradet.no)
D.2 – Financial rules of Horizon Europe and H2020 (Oslo)
D.2 – The course provides you with a detailed overview of the financial rules in Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe, and we review which costs are eligible and which are not. We discuss various methods of calculating personnel costs, and show which other eligible costs can be included and how these are calculated (e.g., travel expenses, equipment, and internal invoiced costs). At the end of the course, we go through how a project audit is conducted.
11. mars – 12. Mars 2024
D.2 – Financial rules of Horizon Europe and H2020 (Oslo) (forskningsradet.no)
A.3 – Looking for partners and joining consortia (short webinar)
WEBINAR: A.3 – This webinar will assist you in understanding the type of partners to look for in Horizon Europe, whether you are proposing a collaborative project in Horizon Europe or simply seeking a consortium to join. You will learn what characterizes a winning consortium in Horizon Europe, and you will receive practical advice and tools that you can use when searching for project partners.
12. mars 2024
A.3 – Looking for partners and joining consortia (short webinar) (forskningsradet.no)
D.3 – EC Audit workshop (Oslo)
D.3 (levels 2 and 3, for intermediate and advanced): This is the ultimate course for those interested in gaining a comprehensive and detailed overview of all financial aspects of Horizon 2020/Horizon Europe, from budgeting and cost reporting to project audits conducted by the European Commission. To fully benefit from the course, it is a prerequisite to have completed the D.2 course, as the D.3 course builds upon D.2.
13. mars 2024
D.3 – EC Audit workshop (Oslo) (forskningsradet.no)
You can find an overview of all courses until summer here:
Welcome to the courses, and feel free to get in touch with Inger Nordgard – firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Future-Proofing Healthcare will gather together industry leaders and digital health luminaries to discuss and explain cutting-edge digital technologies can make healthcare systems more robust and adaptable to challenges like pandemics, conflict and aging populations.
The event is aimed at national and regional innovation authorities, health service providers, the founders and executives of digital health start-ups and scaleups, venture capital firms which focus on the digital health sectors, healthcare corporations, researchers and academics.
Wed, 21 Feb 2024 11:00 – 12:30 CET
Organizers of academic events can apply for funding of any amount between 2,000 and 7,000 euros.
Priority will be given to applications that include the participation of at least two Nordic member universities, preferably from different Nordic countries, and one or more Chinese partners. Events where Fudan University or Chinese affiliates are among the Chinese partners will be prioritized; however, other Chinese universities are warmly welcome to be involved as partners.
Furthermore, priority will be given to applications that relate to one or several of the prioritized thematic areas for Sino-Nordic collaboration at the Nordic Centre.
We especially encourage activities that can serve as a networking platform for early career researchers and can facilitate new connections between Nordic and Chinese scholars, that have the potential to result in joint applications for larger external grants, and are open for participation/contributions from all the Nordic Centre member institutions.
More information, including the application form and handbook on academic events at the NC, can be found on this page.
The application form should be filled in English and sent by email latest on March 20th to:email@example.com
23 April 2024 13:00–15:30 CET
This info day is targeted to prospective participants in the new COST actions that will be launched in May/June, as well as future applicants for the COST Open Call with deadline on 23 October 2024. The event is open to all researchers and innovators at any career stage and from any field of research, especially young researchers. The aim is to inform the research community in the Nordic countries on how to participate in the starting COST Actions or submit a COST Action proposal, the role and impact of the COST programme, and the benefits of the COST offer.
Registration by 22 April: https://eu.invajo.com/l/G5ei8pH1nb
The meeting link will be sent to registered participants about one week before the event.
To see Program:
March 12-14 and 19-21, 2024
- This time we plan to start Git and GitHub from the web interface and only later move to the command line.
- We offer the two workshop weeks as two blocks but you can sign up for both or just one.
- Week 1 is tuned for exercises and group work. Week 2 will focus on demonstrations and discussions.
- We are updating and simplifying the install instructions. We recommend to only go through them in the week before the workshop starts, but not earlier.
- Watch the stream at https://twitch.tv/coderefinery (shareable)
- Lesson material is linked in the schedule below (shareable)
- Collaborative document for questions and notes (please register to receive it)
- Q&A of each day is archived on this page (shareable)
- Archive of past communication to participants (shareable)
- Videos on Twitch for 7 days and on YouTube later
Are you planning a research stay outside of Norway? Make sure to join our online mobility seminar to learn about practicalities and necessary steps when planning a research stay abroad. It will take place on February 22nd from 09.00 to 12.00 in Zoom. Sign up https://www.uib.no/en/international/168136/mobility-seminar-researchers
Introduction to tax
Sign up and join us for an online informative meeting about how to pay tax in Norway. This is useful if you are moving to Norway, shifting between Norway and other working countries, or working from abroad. We have this seminar 2 Fridays per month, from 11.00 to 11.30. The next seminar will be on February 9 th . In the registration form you can choose which date you want to sign up to. Read morehttps://www.uib.no/en/international/167208/introduction-tax-norway
Introduction course for new employees
This course is step 2 of our introductory seminars for new international employees. The course will take place on March 19 th from 12.00 to 15.00. The doors open a bit in advance, so you have the chance to have a coffee and snacks and get to know each other. You can register https://www.uib.no/en/international/167229/introduction-course-new-employees
Please complete step 1 (short e-learning course) before attendinghttps://www.uib.no/en/foremployees/141727/introduction-uib-new-employees
Dual career: career advice for partners
If your partner came with you to Norway, and they are looking for a job, this course will be useful for them to get to know the basics about the Norwegian labor market, how to prepare a CV and cover letter, and a bit about Norwegian culture. The seminar is taking place on April 10 th from 09.00 to 12.00 at Rom Aktiv 2, Ulrike Phils hus (Professor Keysersgate 1). You can read more here https://www.uib.no/en/ferd/167719/dual-career-seminar-working-and-learning-norway
The Faculty of Medicine invites all PhD-candidates to a workshop on «How to write a successful grant proposal».
The workshop will enable PhD-candidates in medicine and sciences to start early with their future research project. Participants will gain insight into the international funding landscape and develop hands-on knowledge by working on their own project proposal.
Target audience: PhD-candidates enrolled at the Faculty of Medicine who want to kick-start their academic career in the nearest future.
13.05.2024 – 09.00–13.00, EITRI Medical Incubator, Haukelandsbakken 31
The Norwegian Research Council and Horizon Europe require projects to submit a data management plan (DMP). A data management plan describes how data in a research project will be collected, processed and made available.
23.02.2024 – 10:15-11:00 ▶ Sign up!
05.04 2024 – 10:15-11:00 ▶ Sign up!
13. feb kl 14:00 – 15:00
It is easy to assume that all researchers are familiar with the European Research Council (ERC) grants for excellent researchers at all stages. This is however not entirely true. This is a short, very basic webinar for early stage and mature researchers who wants to know more about the grants offered to excellent researchers at all experience levels. What can you apply for, how do you apply, when and at what stage? After the presentation, there will be a Q&A.
The webinar complements our other activities for applicants to the ERC, such as writing courses, proposal reading days and more.
The webinar is held in English.
ERC web: https://erc.europa.eu/homepage
Are you planning a research stay abroad? This seminar will help you with the planning.
Seminar 22.02.2024 – 09.00–12.00 Zoom
International Centre together with the Occupational Health services, IT-department, and the division of Research and Innovation is hosting a mobility seminar for you who are planning a research stay abroad.
The topics that will be covered:
- Health and vaccinations
- IT security
- Social security affiliation outside
- Norway Health rights abroad
- Taxation Insurance
- Change of address
- Personal security
- Are you traveling with family?
- Financing possibilities
Only in Norwegian
Kronisk myelogen leukemi (KML), Akutt myelogen leukemi (AML), Myelodysplastisk syndrom (MDS) og Myeloproliferative sykdommer (MPN) er eksempler på myelogene blodkreftsykdommer som har slektskap med hverandre.
Torsdag 8. februar inviterer Blodkreftforeningen til seminar om temaet på Radisson Blu Royal Bryggen hotell i Bergen. Seminaret blir også streamet og mulig å følge fra hele landet.
For program klikk lenke
Welcome to this year’s first MRCRM seminar, where the key personnel from the Section for Cell-based Medicinal Products (CMP) at Helse Bergen HF will present the Ex vivo clean room facility at Helse Bergen HF. Delve into the process, milestones achieved, and the final steps needed to secure a manufacturing license for Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs).
Enjoy the insights over coffee, tea and cookies with your peers in Aud. 4 at BBB this Tuesday afternoon. The seminar is free and open to all.
Title: How to obtain a manufacturing license according to current good manufacturing practice (GMP) regulations.
Speakers: Elin Strand, Kimberley J. Hatfield and Petra Vogelsang
Time: February 20, 2024, from 14:30-15:30
Where: BBB, Auditorium 4
Mohn Research Center for Regenerative Medicine (MRCRM) invites you to join our 2nd International Meeting on Regenerative Medicine at Grand Hotel Terminus on April 15th and 16th, 2024.
The scientific program features renowned speakers presenting the latest advancements in regenerative medicine, including the development of advanced therapies and insights from clinical studies. We also invite master’s and PhD students to showcase their research during the Lightning Talk Session (see the link below for more information). Following the conclusion of the scientific program on day 1, we extend an invitation to a delightful networking dinner at the hotel.
Date and time: April 15, 12.00 – 19.00, April 16, 09.00 – 16.00
Venue: Grand Hotel Terminus
Registration deadline: March 22
Visit the conference website for the program and registration details!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Dear PhDs and postdoctoral researchers, It is our pleasure to invite you to present your work at the upcoming SDG Conference 2024!
The sixth SDG Conference in Bergen will take place 7-9 February 2024 with the theme “The role of universities in transformative change” (see SDG Conference Bergen | University of Bergen (uib.no) for details). This digital conference provides new opportunities to present emerging and important research by motivated PhD students and postdoctoral researchers addressing the conference themes. We therefore invite all PhDs and postdoctoral researchers that are interested to present a digital videorecorded poster on your research and how it relates to the theme of the upcoming conference.
The deadline for submitting a two-minute videorecorded poster is 2 February, 2024.
For more information on details on how to record your contribution and practical information regarding submitting, please see attached pdf flyer with information or visit the call for posters website. Your videorecorded poster videos will be showcased in the conference platform and available for all digital participants to view.
This is a great opportunity to share your research with a global audience and we hope to see your presentation at the conference!
Link for more information
Remember to register for
SDG Conference in Bergen 2024:
The role of universities in transformative change
7–9 February 2024
The climate and nature crises indicate a code red for humanity. There is a huge gap between political leadership, knowledge, resources and technology. This reflects an urgent need for transformative change. How can universities and the academic professions engage in these changes in new and more radical ways?
We are delighted to invite you to the 7th annual SDG Conference taking place from 7 to 9 February 2024. This digital conference brings together participants from around the world and includes speakers from academia, government, innovation hubs, industry, and more.
The conference is digital. Participation is free of charge and open to all!
Eitri opened two years ago! Want to see what our members are working on?
Come see a bunch of brief pitches by startups, innovation projects and students!
Sign up here!
When: January 26, 13:30 – 15:30
Where: Eitri, Haukelandsbakken 31
13:30 – 13:45 Eitri Welcome and Intro
13:45 – 14:15 Exciting pitches
14:15 – 14:40 Mingling
14: 40 – 15:15 Exciting pitches
15:15 – 15: 20 Voting for the best pitch
15:20 – 15: 30 Best pitch award and closing remarks
15:30 More mingling
The University Library offers guidance and support services for adopting open science practices and meeting requirements from funders and policy makers
We are happy to welcome you all to the upcoming CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium, February 1st, 2024. This seminar series is a perfect place to meet and interact with other young scientists and engage in lively and interesting discussions. We are looking forward to the keynote lecture by CCBIO Masterclass graduate Hege Berg, who will give a talk about clinical implementation of multi-omics methods in cancer diagnostics. The program spans several exiting topics including the role and inheritance of BRCA1 epimutations, novel CAR T therapies for lymphomas, and development of preclinical models for investigating resistant subclones in ovarian cancer. The application of CyTOF in oncology and fibrosis will also be presented.
Open to all. Please register within January 29th at 11.00.
When: February 1, 2024, at 09.00-13.00
Where: Conference room, BB-building (right across from the auditoria), campus Haukeland, Bergen
Registration: on this link
Monday 22 January from 11:00-14:00 we invite all our colleagues to visit the new UiB Læringsarena in Nygårdsgaten 5 to see Storsalen and our seminar rooms – and for a chat if you have questions.
We offer coffee and tea, and Smauet café will serve some snacks.
Invitation (in Norwegian only): Åpen dag i UiB Læringsarena 22. januar | Læringsarenaen i Nygårdsgaten 5 | UiB
Do you want to use illustration as an effective communication tool? Learn the essentials of design theory, drawing by hand and drawing digitally during this course.
This course will introduce the theory and method of how to visually represent your scientific research. Being able to translate complex research into information that can be understood by a wide range of audiences is an important skill that will help you throughout your career. When: 20 – 22 February 2024 (plus 3 online meetings on ZOOM, starting from 30 January 2024). Where: Geophysical Institute, UiB. Max. number of participants: 20. Credits: 1 ECTS. Register here: Illustration for Science 2024 – Page 1 of 3 (uib.no)
We are happy to invite you to a CCBIO seminar next week, Thursday 25.01.2024, in Aud. 4 BBB, from 14.30-15.30.
Vibeke Fosse will give a talk on, Comparative oncology: a valuable model for cancer immunotherapy research.
Speaker: Vibeke Fosse
Title: Comparative oncology: a valuable model for cancer immunotherapy research
Time: Thursday 25.01.2024, 14.30–15.30
Where: Aud. 4, BBB
Host: Emmet McCormack
Abstract: Is available here
Onsite event in the auditorium. The CCBIO seminars are open to all, so feel free to forward this invitation.
Hope to see as many as possible there!
Camilla Tvedt Ekanger
Seminar coordinator/PhD student
Centre for Cancer Biomarkers CCBIO
The University of Bergen
Mobile +47 465 29 280