Monday, May 11th, 2015

Fostering attractive research careers – the role of the EU HR Strategy for Researchers

Audience at the conference hall.EuroTech Universities Alliance invites you to join the event:
Fostering attractive research careers – the role of the EU Human Resources Strategy for Researchers on May 11, 10.30 in the Catalonia Delegation to the EU, Rue de la Loi 227 in Brussels.

Find here the Agenda:

10:30
Arrival & Coffee

11:00
Welcome and Introduction by Amadeu Altafei, Permanent Representative, Catalonia Delegation to the EU

11:10
Setting the scene – presentation of the Charter and Code, the HRS4R and implications for H2020 contracts
Anna Karaoglou, Deputy Head of Unit, ERA Policy and Reforms, European Commission
Irmela Brach, Policy Officer for the Charter and Code and HRS4R, European Commission

11.30
Two presentations on experience with the “HR Strategy for Researchers” and the opportunities/challenges faced
Karen Vandevelde, Policy Advisor Research, Department of Research Affairs, Ghent University
Nathalie Modjeska, Research Projects Support Office, Department of Innovation and Partnerships, Université de Montpellier

12:00
Panel discussion

  • Anna Karaoglou
  • Nathalie Modjeska
  • Karen Vandevelde
  • Moderator: Keith Harrap, Independent Scientific Policy Officer

13:00
Networking lunch

Find the detailed agenda here: Agenda event on HRS4R

Please register here for the event:
Eventbrite - Fostering attractive research careers - the role of the EU Human Resources Strategy for Researchers

This event is co-organized by the EuroTech Universities Alliance and the European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN).  The event will provide state-of-the-art information on the Charter and Code which will be of increasing importance both in terms of future EU projects proposals and also retaining the attractiveness of EU universities for staff. The event will also provide  networking opportunities for HR staff, EU project managers from different European universities and regions.

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