PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE

Wednesday, 14 April 2021

CEST
9:45-10:45

Opening + Keynote Lecture I:

Keynote Speaker: Signe Ratso, DG Reserach & Innovation
Moderator: Maryline Fiaschi

10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00
Widening Panel

Moderator: Massimo Busuoli

12:00-12:30 Newcomers Lunch
12:30-13:00 Posters
13:00-14:00

Strategy and Policy: Oral presentations

Proposal Intelligence for Horizon Europe (Who Wrote the Topics?)
S. Mccarthy
Maximising opportunities deriving from strategic positioning at EU level through internal structured approach: the NTNU Food
Forum example
M. Busuoli, E. Falch, T. Mothe-Diniz

14:00-14:15 Break
14:15-15:15

Stratagy and Policy II: Oral presentations

The Research Management Profession: Stakeholder Collaboration in the Post-Covid era.
D. Pandya, A. Jackson, S. Borbala, D. Alexander, B. Uhrig, B. Spano, J.C. Teixeira, N. Bergonzi, T. Johnson
Impact and Adaptation of Coimbra Group Universities to COVID-19
B. Mcgeever
Using Internal Grant Agency to Stimulate Competitiveness in EU R&I Funding Programmes
L. Čoček

15:15-15:45
17:00-19:00 Evening Programme: Dreaming about Prague + Bring your own beer

Thursday, 15 April 2021

CEST
9:45-10:45

EARMA and professional associations: Oral presentations

Research Administration as a Profession – Evolution Over Time
(INORMS RAAAP-2)
S. Kerridge, J. Andersen
Research managers and administrators at science funding and
policy making organisations: the missing link?
J. Santos, C. Varela, S. Kerridge

Policy: Pecha Kucha presentations

Return policy in hiring: is it the case of the Department of
Economics at the University of Oslo
A. Shadrikova
How to address the big ambitions and budgets of spreading
excellence and widening participation in an effective way? .
W. Wolters
Do All Strategies Die When They Meet Reality? A Discussion on
How to Plan for Strategy Survival, Based on a True Story
T.H. Hansen
Hiring the right Research Office staff: the strategic process.
S.E. Grotti, S. Suevo

10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00

EARMA and professional associations II: Oral presentations

Social Interoperability in Research Support: Cross-campus
partnerships and the university research enterprise
A. Dortmund
ERION: The Ethics and Research Integrity community within
EARMA
M. Sørensen, S. Van der Burght, J. Akerman, N. Claesen, B. Taraj

Policy and Open Science: Pecha Kucha presentations

Everybody has a say: Bottom-up open science strategy
development in Eurac Research
L. Lehtsalu
Infrastructure to the rescue? Working with global funders and
global identifiers to link research outputs to specific grants
R. Lammey
Navigating the Complexities of Open Access: A Case Study from
University of Copenhagen
M. Jagerhorn, M. Svendsen

12:00-12:30 Networking and Lunch
12:30-13:00 Posters
13:00-14:00

International: Oral presentations

A Consolidated Approach to Due Diligence: recommendations for
improved efficiency, equity and quality in undertaking due
diligence in international research.
J. Stergiou, L. Dickson, J. Timlin
Collaboration with the Global South – project management Lessons Learned
C. Stroeven, T. Den Hartog

EARMA and professional associations III: Discussion tables

Research support’s irreversible relation with excellence
O. Svenningse, J. Donovan
From Research Administrators to Grant Advisors, Impact Officers,
and Research Project Managers: the development of a profession
J. Sarha
Citizen Science in Practice and the Supportive Role of the
University
L. Niemi
Exploitation beyond – Alternative ways of bringing research
results to stakeholders
E. Perl-Vorbach, P. Auer-Nahold, T. Trink

14:00-14:15 Break
14:15-15:15 International II: Pecha Kucha presentations
Play with us! A bootcamp playbook with strategies and tools for promoting an international grant seeking culture.
J. Sauer
Research Managers and Administrators (RMAs) in Italy: An Emerging Profession
V. Romano
How to support academic freedom? About the INSPIREurope project supporting researchers at risk. Polish as well as Central
European challenges.
B. Kowalska
Research International Collaboration in the post-pandemic world: dilemmas and solutions in China
H. Xu
International Collaborations: A Beginning Conversation
J. Ritchie, A. Glauner
Collaboration with universities overseas: opportunities for all
S. Suevo, S.E. Grotti
Project Managers teamwork makes the EU dream work: A practical example of a successful network of European project managers
H. Ferria, D. Barsuk
15:15-15:45
17:00-19:00 Evening Programme: Special guest speaker not to be missed + Networking

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