HBP TEA & SLIDES

 





RECORDED SESSIONS


Full Playlist

 

The HBP Student Representatives & Ambassadors, supported by the HBP Education Programme, invite you to a virtual coffee/tea break featuring talks by young researchers for young researchers. The two 10-minute talks are followed by an interactive Q&A session with the audience.
 

Tea & Slides Session XV


Thursday, 2 December 2021, 14:00 – 14:30 (CET)
 

Special Session:
“An award for diversity in research content: insights on why and how to apply”
Speaker: Karin Grasenick (Diversity in Research Content and Equal Opportunities in the HBP) 

Session host: Jens Egholm Pedersen (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

 


Diversity is crucial in brain research as individuals have different brains, shaped by their biological traits, personal experiences and environments.

Examples from the field of neuroscience, AI and machine learning illustrate that diversity in research content is also a key factor in technical innovations and developments.

Therefore, considering diversity in research content is a requirement by default for Horizon Europe.

Based on a brief trigger talk and examples from neuroscience and AI/machine learning, you are invited to discuss the relevance for your research.

The HBP is looking forward to award your research and the session will explain the details. It recently launched a call for submissions for the Diversity in Research Paper Awards (DIRPA) and invites you to hand in your paper until 21st December! Check out the website and join the HBP Tea & Slides Special Session for more information.


REGISTER NOW


If you haven’t received a registration confirmation email from Zoom after registering, please contact education@humanbrainproject.eu


 

Apply now to become a speaker in our next HBP Tea & Slides session!


Present your work and raise your profile within and outside the HBP. As it is a crucial skill for researchers to present their work, this is a great opportunity to gain experience and to receive valuable feedback from your peers. You can also request a certificate from the HBP Education Programme if you want to add this experience to your CV.
 


Apply now to become a speaker in our next HBP Tea & Slides session !

Present your work and raise your profile within and outside the HBP. As it is a crucial skill for researchers to present their work, this is a great opportunity to gain experience and to receive valuable feedback from your peers. You can also request a certificate from the HBP Education Programme if you want to add this experience to your CV.


HBP Tea & Slides is hosted on the first Thursday of every month at 14:00 CET. Submissions need to be handed in one week prior to the session.

In order to apply, please send an email to education@humanbrainproject.eu stating:

  • Name
  • Affiliation
  • Field of study
  • Involvement in HBP (Work package) or Partnering Project
  • Title of your talk + short description of the content (2–3 sentences)
  • Agree or disagree for your online presentation to be recorded (Check if you have the property rights of information on your slides!) 
ORGANISERS

Sandra Díaz Pier | Forschungszentrum Jülich
Alice Geminiani | University of Pavia
Carmen Alina Lupascu | Italian National Research Council
Jens Egholm Pedersen | KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Ingrid Reiten | University of Oslo
Alper Yegenoglu | Forschungszentrum Jülich


Judith Kathrein | Medical University Innsbruck
Franziska Vogel | Medical University Innsbruck



FORMER ORGANISERS

Petruț Antoniu Bogdan | University of Manchester
Johanna Fusseis | Medical University Innsbruck
Ziv Ben-Zion | Tel Aviv University



CONTACT

education@humanbrainproject.eu