How to make your event successful and eligible for EU funding: Event management for Research Infrastructures

The CORBEL webinar series continues with a presentation by Dana Cernoskova, from Scientifika on "How to make your event successful and eligible for EU funding: Event management for Research Infrastructures".

The Event management webinar will focus on practical aspects of event organisation within EU research projects and will guide you through some of the most important considerations and criteria for events funded from EU projects. It will also present a step-by-step guide for event organisation to help you plan and organise your events, while avoiding common mistakes which may lead to many stressful situations. The webinar will also cover communication and promotion and will give you practical tips to promote your event and efficiently communicate its outcomes. At the end of webinar you will be able to download the practical guidelines for your future events.

The CORBEL webinar series aims to address challenges and share best practice between biological and medical research infrastructures. The series is aimed at technical operators of RIs and is aligned with the CORBEL competency framework.

CORBEL webinars include an audience Q&A session during which attendees can ask questions and make suggestions.

This webinar took place on 3 December 2019 and is part of the CORBEL webinar series. It is best viewed in full screen mode using Google Chrome. The slides from this webinar can be downloaded from SlideShare here.

About the speaker...

Dana Cernoskova has 10 years experience in event management, both in academia and industry. She has led the organisation and planning of over 450 scientific events of different sizes, including EMBO conferences and AGM meetings for European research infrastructures (Instruct, Inext, Corbel, EOSC-Life, ELIXIR) all over the Europe. Working with universities, research institutes, government bodies as well as SME and industry partners, she was involved in numerous EU research grants and has detailed knowledge of funding requirements and eligibility criteria in different national and European funding programmes. In January 2019, she has started her own consulting business, Scientifika, which helps and supports the universities, research consortia and companies organise scientific events and engage with their stakeholders.