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The EU has committed close to 80 billion euros to Horizon 2020 during 2014–2020. So how do researchers get maximum value from the biggest research funding program in the world?
Australian researchers are invited to participate in the various actions available under Horizon 2020.
The EU Centre is delighted to announce that Dr Rado Faletic and Dr Martin Grabert will join us to provide an overview of the opportunities available with EU research funding, with particular emphasis on the 2016–2017 Work Program.
There will be an opportunity after the seminar for researchers with current EU connections to meet with Dr Faletic and Dr Grabert.
This event is held in conjunction with Montroix Pty Ltd.
The EU Centre at RMIT is co-funded through a grant from the European Union and RMIT University.
Dr Martin Grabert is the Chief Executive Officer and Director of Montroix Pty Ltd. Previously, Martin was the Director, International and Business Relations at the Group of Eight (Go8) Ltd, a coalition of Australia’s leading research intensive universities. Before coming to Australia in November 2010 Martin was the Director of the COST Office (European Co-operation in Science and Technology) in Brussels. His networking capacities on all levels in academia and politics supported several strategic developments in the EU, for instance the creation of the European Research Council.
Dr Rado FaletiÄ� is the Director of Projects and Communications at Montroix Pty Ltd. Rado was previously the Executive Director of the Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology cooperation (FEAST), and has held a number of teaching and IT positions at The Australian National University. He holds a PhD in shock tunnel tomography, and his other research projects have included the spatial modelling of water flows in de-forested landscapes, and adaptive seismic tomography.