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Proposal Workshop/Retreat Week – Empowering Innovation Clinic

From 23rd of May until the 27th of May 2022, the Smart-BEEjS ESRs have found themselves in Nottingham for their last Winterschool seminar of the project. The seminar, delivered in a workshop style by CENEX, focused on how to “compile and submit successful applications for research and development funding and consultancy”. The first two days …

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Third Winter School in the Netherlands for the Smart-BEEjS consortium.

From the 20 to the 28th of April, the Smart-BEEjS consortium visited Amsterdam and Wageningen to participate in the third and final winter school of the project. Hosted by Wageningen University and Research (WUR) and the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions, the winter school was a welcome return to in-presence meetings for the early …

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Smart-BEEjS on the NBS PRME report 2021

Smart-BEEjS on the NBS PRME report 2021   Smart Value Generation by Building Efficiency and Energy Justice for Sustainable Living: EU Horizon 2020 Marie- Curie Innovative Training Network Smart-BEEjS Dr Kostas Galanakis secured £3.3m (€4m) EU grant funding under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions programme which comprises 24 academic and non-academic partners in the training of …

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First Winter School in Lisbon for the Smart-BEEjS Consortium

The Smart BEEjS consortium gathered in Lisbon, Portugal from the 3rd to the 21st of February to participate in its first Winter School. The 3-week training program gave the early stage researchers an opportunity to present their progress in their individual PhDs while expanding their research skillsets and knowledge through a series of tailored workshops. …

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Provide direct engagement with external partners, especially private and third sector organisations, giving exposure to different research environments and disciplines.

The academic secondments give the opportunity for researchers to visit local businesses, the public sector or non-profit organisations for data collection purposes, also exposing them to research practices from a different discipline. Thus, every doctoral student will receive training beyond the normal parameters of their individual doctoral project, preparing them for a wide range of …

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