Introduction to Researcher Project for Young Research Talents
Are you considering, or have already started to pursue an academic researcher career? Being able to attract external funding is important and through this seminar we aim at inspiring and motivating you to start writing your very own grant applications.
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- Give a brief overview of some of the available funding opportunities
- In-depth knowledge on the Research Council of Norway's Researcher Project for Young Research Talents
- Inspire and motivate our early career researcher for writing grant applications
- PhD candidates candidates considering an academic career
- Postdocs and researchers (first time applicants)
09.15 Introduction to the grant
Ingse Noremsaune, section manager, section for research
Hilde Hvistendahl, senior adviser, section for research
Learn about some of the general funding opportunities for early career researchers and get a deeper understanding of the Researcher Project for Young Research Talents by the Research Council of Norway. You will also get a brief overview of the available resources and grant-writing support in addition to the Faculty's planned grant-writing workshops.
The CV and track record
The recipe on how to write a competitive CV.
Olja Toljagic, adviser, section for research
Been there. Done that. Experiences from grantees.
Grantees give you their stories and advice for your own grant writing process.
Ida Robertsen, associate professor, Department of Pharmacy
Grantee of the FRIPRO Young Research Talent in 2020.
Abril Castro Aguilera, researcher, Department of Chemistry
Grantee of the FRIPRO Young Research Talent in 2021.