2023 Summer School: All about becoming an impact champion. Participation Expression of Interest      (12-16 June, Vienna)


Thanks for your interest in the OpenInnoTrain 2023 Summer School for PhD students and Early-Career Researchers (ECRs). This year it is all about creating impact from research and becoming an impact champion!

The summer school will take place, 12-16 June in Vienna, Austria, and welcomes applications from all over the world and across disciplines. Please note: this is an onsite event (in-person only).

OpenInnoTrain 2023 Summer School offers an excellent opportunity for participants to develop skills for creating impact and to design their own research impact journey. Participants will learn how to identify and contextualize the impact of their research, engage with stakeholders, track impact outputs, and communicate real-world impact. The Summer School is a great place to build new connections and explore future collaborations.

Expression of Interest (EOI)* to attend the Summer School must be submitted by the deadline: Friday, 21st April 2023 (23:59 CET). EOIs will be reviewed and applicants will be notified of the outcome of their EOI on 26th April. Participation is limited to 40 PhD/ECRs to maximise the engagement, so get your EOI in as soon as possible!

Participation in the Summer School is at no cost to the participant (free of charge). Participants must however cover their own transport to, accommodation, and living expenses whilst in Vienna.

Click here to view the full Summer School Program.

Summary of details

  • Participation: in-person only
  • Deadline for EOI: Friday, 21st April (23:59 CET)
  • Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their EOI on 26th April

Location: Vienna, Austria. Venue: TBA

Cost: Free of charge

We encourage you to apply ASAP and look forward to meeting successful applicants in Vienna in June!

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact: info@openinnotrain.eu

Best wishes, OpenInnoTrain Team

* EOIs from applicants within our project Consortium Partnership organisations will be given priority, however, all EOIs will be carefully considered against the criteria.

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Your full name *
Your email *
Your university affiliation
In what country are you are based? *
Have you ever participated in an OpenInnoTrain Summer School? *
What is your current role?
If you are doing a PhD, when did you start and what is your expected completion date/year?
What are your current research interests (max 100 words)?
In which research activities are you currently involved? *
Provide a description or examples (or both) of your involvement in current research activities. (max 100 words) *
Why would you like to attend the OpenInnoTrain 2023 Summer School? (max 250 words) *
What do you expect to get out of the OpenInnoTrain 2023 Summer School? (max 250 words)
What does impact mean to you? *
How do you perceive your current level of impact? (1- very low, 2- low,  3- medium, 4- high, 5- very high) *
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What kind of impact are you interested in creating from your research? *
Who, for you, is an inspirational impact champion?
Please describe (max 100 words).
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About OpenInnoTrain
The summer school is organized by the leading consortium of OpenInnoTrain - European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skladowska-Curie grant-agreement No 823971. The research project is focused on open innovation and research translation between academia and industry with a 22-member research consortium across several countries. The project aims at enabling the untapped potential of European university researchers in getting their research outcomes to the market within the University‐Industry Cooperation (UIC) framework in the sectors of FinTech, Industry 4.0, CleanTech and FoodTech.
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