What: 90 minutes Zoom Session
When: Thursday 28th of January
Time: 11:00 - 12:30 (GMT+2)
Did you know that between 50% and 75% of all inter-organizational collaborations fail? And failure is expensive.
During this lecture, we will discuss what are the personal and institutional benefits of building a research collaboration. I will highlight why research is important for the Institution’s educational programs and how internationalization activities build the soft skills a scientist should have. I will describe various forms of research collaboration (seminars, conferences, joint research projects)
I will also share with you the various steps that I follow prior to, during, and after the approval of a proposal.
Finally, I will tell you a story from my experience on how to build consortia and submit successful proposals within the framework of the Erasmus Plus and H2020 calls. All the rules should be followed before, during the submission and after the results will be announced for both scenarios: rejection and approval.
Associate Professor Konstantinos Petridis is the director of the International Relations Office of the Hellenic Mediterranean University (HMU). He has coordinated more than 20 European Educational and Research projects since 2006. His research field is Laser Physics and he is the coordinator of the Soft & Research Skills Development Course offered within the frame of the MSc degree entitled Electronic Devices & Applications of the Department of Electronic Engineering of the HMU.