We have a variety of events and meetings running up until Christmas.
Thursday 22nd February 2018. London Higher Europe will be running a workshop in London looking at best-practice when having SMEs as partners in projects. This half-day event will be run by Mr Lance Leverette, expert in research commercialisation and SME coaching.
Part of our role at London Higher Europe is identifying opportunities for our members to network, stay informed and apply for EU funding. Using our networks we have identified several upcoming external events that might interest our members.
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London Higher Europe has a busy few months ahead, with multiple events and training sessions in both Brussels and London.
We encourage you to read the forward agenda and, if you have any thoughts or would like to partner with us, email email@example.com
Through our membership of the European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN) London Higher Europe is supporting the 6th annual EU Design Days, a three day event which will bring together specialists from the fields of education and research, design and design management, policymaking and politics to inspire change at a city and regional level and set a new agenda going forward.
This panel discussion brings together policy, research and practice in E-health with a particular focus on understanding the current state of the art in research and how research interacts with the policy landscape.
24th May 2017 from 10.00 to 13.00, followed by lunch at London House (Rue du Trône 108, Brussels).
Although Horizon 2020 is by far the largest research and innovation programme that the European Union runs, there are a whole host of alternative sources of funding. In general these programmesare down-stream, close to market or aim to implement research, which in itself offers opportunities to higher education institutions. Only open to LHE members.
London HE Research Directors’Delegation to Brussels - Engaging with the EU to help shape the research agenda
On 2-3 March London Higher Europe is bringing over a delegation of senior research leaders from London to Brussels. Its aim is to demonstrate to EU officials the value London HEIs place on EU funding and to help ensure proposals involving London academics are well received in the future.
Border Stories: From there to here. How innovative research into personal experiences can help the EU address Intra EU mobility and Third Country Migration
This event on 3rd of February 2016 from 9.30 to 13.00, followed by lunch at London House (rue du Trône 108, Brussels) brings together policy, research and practice in migration studies with a particular focus on understanding the social context of migration and migrants, both at home and in their new countries.
University Research Administrators - Developing your EU funding skills: institutions, lobbying, funding and networks
As domestic research budgets continue to become more concentrated it is becoming increasingly important for UK universities to look to EU sources of funding. The researchers and research administrators of the future will need to be adept in working the levers of EU funding and, indeed, funding policy. This two-day mission for LHE members to Brussels is targeted at research administrators and support staff with little prior experience of working in an EU context.
Future Proof Food: putting less in, getting more out – supply chain partnerships & the holistic approach to food sustainability
How can we use less resources in making our food and how can we diversify production to alternative and healthy sources of nutrition? This event will aim at bringing together policy, research and practice in these fields in a discussion with speakers from London Universities, the European Commission and the food industry.
Join us on 5 February 2015 from 10.00 to 13.00, followed by lunch, at London House (rue du Trône 108, Brussels).
London is home to some of the foremost universities specialising in the creative and digital technologies. On 19 November 2014 twelve of them will be in Brussels. Come to meet them, learn about their research expertise and discuss partnerships.