Research and Science Communication, Seminar, Berlin

Dear Madam or Sir,

Increase the visibility and attractiveness of your research activities through a coherent communication strategy with multi-platform storytelling and the right evaluation tools! Choose adequate channels for each audience and keep your internal and external stakeholders happy.

For Higher Education and Research Institutions

Research and Science Communication

Engaging with Stakeholders ● Evaluation ● H2020 Obligations

22nd - 23rd October 2018, Berlin

Take a look at our brochure

Your Science Communication Experts:

  • European Research Council, Press Adviser
  • University of Cambridge, Deputy Head of Research Communications, United Kingdom
  • Trinity College Dublin, Head of Media Relations, Ireland
  • University of Bath, Research Development Manager, European and International
  • Funding, Research & Innovation Services, United Kingdom
  • Ghent University Museum, Director, Belgium
  • EUROfusion, Communications Officer

Key Topics:

  • Effective & responsible science communication: Audiences, challenges and multi-platform storytelling
  • Evaluating research communication: Useful indicators and software tools
  • Building social currency in times of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • YouTube: how to make complex research and scientific results appealing and understandable to the general public
  • Social media for research communication: Challenges and opportunities
  • Fulfilling communication obligations in EU-Funded projects (H2020): Give the European Commission what it wants! – Practical workshop

For a short summary of this event, please see here.

As an impression, please have a look at an interview with one of our experts from the University of Cambridge.

We look forward to welcoming you to our seminar in Berlin!

Yours sincerely,

Dipl.-Jur. Christoph Brauner

Managing Director

P.S. The international seminar “Successfully Funding & Internationalising Your Research Cooperation”, 27th - 28th August 2018 in Berlin, might be interesting for you and your colleagues as well.

European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law
The European Knowledge Network
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Entrance & postal address: Leipziger Platz 9, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49.30.8020802.0 (General Office)
Fax: +49.30.8020802.2250 (Booking)

European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law
EuroAcad GmbH
Managing Director: Dipl.-Jur. Christoph Brauner, MBA (Kellogg/WHU)
Place of Business: Leipziger Platz 9, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Register Court: Amtsgericht Berlin Charlottenburg, HRB 15 132
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