Science Conversations @NTNU

NTNU’s webinar series for young, ambitious researchers

Science Conversations @NTNU

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Wonder how you can create quality in research and build an academic career? The webinar series Science Conversations @NTNU aim to enhance your knowledge and give concrete advices to advance your career.

The series was established in spring 2021 as a career-building initiative during the pandemic. Feedback told us that this kind of short lunch discussions are of value to many of our young researchers, and something they have the opportunity to set time aside for in their everyday research life. 

We therefore offer a new round with Science Conversations @NTNU in the autumn 2021. You are welcome to join us.

Previous webinars

Webinars autumn 2021

The webinars takes place in Zoom. Find more information on each page.

Webinar 5: Why you should make your research visible
 Thursday 7 October 12:00-12:45

Webinar 6: Ethics and Open Access – important when publishing
 Thursday 4 November 12:00-12:45

Webinar 7: Build a good research environment in your group
 Thursday 2 December 12:00-12:45

Previous webinars

Previous webinars can be used for quality development in NTNU's research groups and for example as an introduction to discussions in one own's research group. The webinars spring 2021:

Webinar 1: How to build and lead a strong research group (6 May)

Webinar 2: The supervisor's important role in PhD education (20 May)

Webinar 3: Build a strong project portfolio (3 June)

Webinar 4: How to gain autonomy beyond your PhD (20 June)

About the webinars

About Science Conversations @NTNU

Science Conversations @NTNU are web-based conversations between active researchers on topics that transcend disciplines. The topics are key when developing an academic career.

Younger and more experienced researchers from different disciplines will meet, share experiences and ideas, and give advice.

The webinars are designed for researchers at NTNU who want to advance in the scientific landscape. The series can also be useful for PhD candidates. 

Any questions?

Please contact Janne Østvang, Senior Adviser, Pro-Rector for Research.

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