17 September 2019

All researchers and others involved in the Healthy Brain Study on the Radboud Campus are invited for our next Progress Meeting that takes place on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 between 13.00 and 17.00, in the Red Room at the Trigon building (Kapittelweg 29).

We are pleased to announce that Professor Heino Falcke from Radboud University will explain how a large-scale team effort led to the discovery of a black hole. What lessons can be learnt for the Healthy Brain Study from his experience?

Program
  • 13.00: Registration & welcome
  • 13.15: Opening by Han van Krieken, Rector Magnificus Radboud University Nijmegen
  • 13.30: A short update on the Healthy Brain Study by Lucy Overbeek, Project Manager of the Healthy Brain Study
  • 13.45: An Inspiring Example of Interdisciplinary Research – Brief lecture by and Interview with Heino Falcke, Professor of Astrophysics and Radio Astronomy
  • 14.45: Possibilities of Horizon 2020 grants - Wilfried Reincke, EU Liaison Officer for Radboud University. Senior advisor for European/International research & innovation grants (e.g. Horizon2020). He and Charlotte Oomen, Radboud Valorisation, are happy to answer your questions about grant applications.
  • 15.15: The Healthy Brain Experience (a tour of the Healthy Brian Study lab) and drinks.
Are you looking forward to hearing about Professor Falcke’s experiences? Do you want to learn more about how to approach team science and apply this to the Healthy Brain Study? Do you need help with specific grant applications? Data acquisition for the Healthy Brain Study will have started by the time this meeting takes place. You can, therefore, experience the full experimental set-up by attending our meeting and register here!
 

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