Kick off meeting
- 23. - 24.01.2020
- IFW Dresden (Germany)
BIOREMIA Network will organise several training meetings at regular intervals over the course of the ESRs projects to bring the young researchers together and foster networking and interpersonal collaborations. These meetings will be focused on particular topics of interest for the Network and designed to provide advanced scientific and transferable skills courses to the Early Stage Researchers.
BIOREMIA training events (workshops, summer & winter schools) will be arranged so that each provides: courses on relevant research issues, presentation of the fellows‘ work and complementary/soft skills training.
Supplementary to the network-wide training events we plan a series of e-Seminars on various topics proposed by PhD students and PIs. The e-Seminars are freestanding events and aim to deepen a certain topic of interest for our young researchers. In principal, the BIOREMIA e-Seminar will include one lecture given by world-class experts (scientists, entrepreneurs) followed by Q&A sessions.
BIOREMIA training events and e-Seminars are listed below:
Research methodology, characterisation techniques and reporting scientific results
Time & Project Management | Working in Teams
Biomaterials and Antibacterial technologies
Introduction to Scientific Publishing & How to Read a Paper
Implant-related infections: clinical and translational aspects, biofilm pathogenesis and osseointegration
Training on design and production of MOOC
Material development from lab to marketable medical devices
Becoming a Scientific Writer: Putting Why? before How?
BIOREMIA get-together during the Junior EUROMAT 2022
Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies for the prevention of bacterial biofilms
Grant Writing: From PhD to Scientific Leadership
Commercialisation of research outcomes
Overview of the BIOREMIA achievements & Final Reporting
Prof. Jan Schroers (Yale University, USA)
Prof. Frans Spaepen (Harvard University, USA)
Prof. Henk J. Busscher (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Prof. Udo Schwarz (Yale University, USA)
Prof. Martin Andersson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
Dr. Mariana Medina Sanchez (IFW Dresden, Germany)