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Seminar: Planning a Post-doc

Welcome to a seminar with focus on how and where to apply for funding to go on a post-doc!
  • Where should I go?
  • How do I fund it?
  • Do I need to choose between family and work?
  • How much can I earn - financially? Strategically? In published papers?

Date and venue: Tuesday 20 January 2015, Elite Hotel Ideon, Lund (room Tera)

Please sign up here before Friday 16 January 2015, kl 10.00 (for the fika-order to work!)

Who is welcome? 

We specifically welcome Phd-students who are in the end of their time, but also encourage those Phd-students in their early stages to come, and start the process of the next step. Young researchers and supervisors are also very welcome of course!

We welcome people from all faculties, and our invited speakers are instructed to talk about all the general conditions that apply. In the sign-up you will be asked to state your faculty-belonging, in order to assist the speakers with information on who is in the audience. We also welcome people from other universities than Lund University!

Prel program:

9.00 Registration

9.30 Welcome by professor Erik Swietlicki

9.40 Applying for Post-doc money from FORMAS - Mobility grants and Young researcher (15 min talk + 15 min discussion) Speaker: Elisabet Göranssson, FORMAS

10.10 Applying for Post-doc money from VR (15 min talk + 15 min discussion) Speaker: tbc

10.40 PAUS with Fika (tea/coffea + little thing)

11.00 What do I need to think about when working in another country? (SACO/SULF) tbc

11.30 Support from Forskningsservice at Lund University, Speaker: Sophie Hydén Picasso and Teresia Rindefjäll

11.45 Support from CEC Speaker: Carin Nilsson

11.55 Conclusions

12.00 End of the day

 

Cost: No costs are involved, Coffea/tea and something are provided for all participants. If you have any questions - please contact carin [dot] nilsson [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se

This seminar is organized by Centre for Environmental and Climate Research, in collaboration with LU Forskningsservice.

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