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Science, Technology and Innovation indicators - STI 2017

Wann:
06.09.2017-08.09.2017

Wo:

Paris


The 2017 STI conference addresses the new issues and challenges that have appeared in Science, Technology and Innovation indicators. We are witnessing sharp changes in the recent years: new areas of knowledge are appearing, new types of objects need to be taken into account, new methodologies and visualisations have been proposed, a combination of different policy interests emerging from a large variety of social actors modify the demands addressed to indicators. Most of these challenges relate to profound changes in the way science, technology and innovation relate to society; indicators — necessarily— reflect these changes, taking into account the needs and strategies of the many different actors involved.


AQ Austria Jahrestagung 2017 „Durchlässigkeit in der Hochschulbildung“

Wann:
27.09.2017

Wo:

Im Rahmen der Jahrestagung der AQ Austria wird das Thema Durchlässigkeit nicht nur anhand der gängigsten Aspekte des Zugangs und der Anrechnung beleuchtet, sondern auch die Förderung der Durchlässigkeit durch Elemente der Studienorganisation, Studienbedingungen sowie begleitende Unterstützung behandelt. Diese Fragen werden u. a. auch am Beispiel des an Bedeutung gewinnenden berufsbegleitenden Studiums, welches häufig zur Förderung der Durchlässigkeit

eingeführt wird, behandelt. Weiters soll diskutiert werden, wie die Durchlässigkeit zwischen Hochschulsektoren verstärkt werden kann.


Patent Information Conference 2017

Wann:
07.11.2017-09.11.2017

Wo:

Sofia


This year’s EPO conference will take place in Sofia from the 7th to the 9th of November. Training sessions will be offered at the 6th


Evaluation 2017 - From Learning to Action

Wann:
06.11.2017-11.07.2017

Wo:

Washington DC, USA


During Evaluation 2017, we will explore four ways that our community can learn from evaluation to create better practices and outcomes. Evaluation is dependent on learning from each other and putting theory into action. Each learning opportunity presents unique challenges and together, as a community, I would like to answer the questions that will allow us to move beyond these challenges to find solutions to improve our programs and create greater good for society as a whole.


Boosting Impact of Social Sciences and Humanities

Wann:
20.09.2017-21.09.2017

Wo:

Cardiff, United Kingdom


Since the outcome of the REF procedures in the UK, demonstrating impact of scientific research made a high jump on the agendas of policymakers of research strategists, funders and science policymakers in many parts of the world. Many new insights have been generated on how this can be boosted within social sciences and humanities. Together with their stakeholders within society new consortia, methods and structures have been developed to generate more visible impact for their partners. These narratives are increasingly decisive to connect new partners and investors.

 

Therefore, the AESIS Network is organising an unique international conference that will bring together best practises on how to reach and optimise this impact, how to create synergy between academic and societal outcomes and how to develop research that matters. The conference will close with a signing session of some major national and international networks for a joint statement on how to “Boost Impact” for these sciences. Join us in Cardiff for ground-breaking new insights!

 

Framework
The conference brings together international researchers, policymakers and their societal partners in the SSH disciplines. They are invited to share insights and learn from each other’s disciplines on:

  • The role of entrepreneurship within SSH disciplines;
  • Strategic alliances between academia and societal partners;
  • Structured synergy between SSH and technical sciences;
  • Implementing SSH impact strategies for universities and regions;
  • Linking societal challenges effectively with research programs;
  • How the impact of SSH on society can be effectively measured.


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Science, Technology and Innovation indicators - STI 2017

Wann:
06.09.2017-08.09.2017

Wo:

Paris

The 2017 STI conference addresses the new issues and challenges that have appeared in Science, Technology and Innovation indicators. We are witnessing sharp changes in the recent years: new areas of knowledge are appearing, new types of objects need to be taken into account, new methodologies and visualisations have been proposed, a combination of different policy interests emerging from a large variety of social actors modify the demands addressed to indicators. Most of these challenges relate to profound changes in the way science, technology and innovation relate to society; indicators — necessarily— reflect these changes, taking into account the needs and strategies of the many different actors involved.


AQ Austria Jahrestagung 2017 „Durchlässigkeit in der Hochschulbildung“

Wann:
27.09.2017

Wo:

Im Rahmen der Jahrestagung der AQ Austria wird das Thema Durchlässigkeit nicht nur anhand der gängigsten Aspekte des Zugangs und der Anrechnung beleuchtet, sondern auch die Förderung der Durchlässigkeit durch Elemente der Studienorganisation, Studienbedingungen sowie begleitende Unterstützung behandelt. Diese Fragen werden u. a. auch am Beispiel des an Bedeutung gewinnenden berufsbegleitenden Studiums, welches häufig zur Förderung der Durchlässigkeit

eingeführt wird, behandelt. Weiters soll diskutiert werden, wie die Durchlässigkeit zwischen Hochschulsektoren verstärkt werden kann.


Patent Information Conference 2017

Wann:
07.11.2017-09.11.2017

Wo:

Sofia

This year’s EPO conference will take place in Sofia from the 7th to the 9th of November. Training sessions will be offered at the 6th


Evaluation 2017 - From Learning to Action

Wann:
06.11.2017-11.07.2017

Wo:

Washington DC, USA

During Evaluation 2017, we will explore four ways that our community can learn from evaluation to create better practices and outcomes. Evaluation is dependent on learning from each other and putting theory into action. Each learning opportunity presents unique challenges and together, as a community, I would like to answer the questions that will allow us to move beyond these challenges to find solutions to improve our programs and create greater good for society as a whole.


Boosting Impact of Social Sciences and Humanities

Wann:
20.09.2017-21.09.2017

Wo:

Cardiff, United Kingdom

Since the outcome of the REF procedures in the UK, demonstrating impact of scientific research made a high jump on the agendas of policymakers of research strategists, funders and science policymakers in many parts of the world. Many new insights have been generated on how this can be boosted within social sciences and humanities. Together with their stakeholders within society new consortia, methods and structures have been developed to generate more visible impact for their partners. These narratives are increasingly decisive to connect new partners and investors.

 

Therefore, the AESIS Network is organising an unique international conference that will bring together best practises on how to reach and optimise this impact, how to create synergy between academic and societal outcomes and how to develop research that matters. The conference will close with a signing session of some major national and international networks for a joint statement on how to “Boost Impact” for these sciences. Join us in Cardiff for ground-breaking new insights!

 

Framework
The conference brings together international researchers, policymakers and their societal partners in the SSH disciplines. They are invited to share insights and learn from each other’s disciplines on:

  • The role of entrepreneurship within SSH disciplines;
  • Strategic alliances between academia and societal partners;
  • Structured synergy between SSH and technical sciences;
  • Implementing SSH impact strategies for universities and regions;
  • Linking societal challenges effectively with research programs;
  • How the impact of SSH on society can be effectively measured.


Wo:

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