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EPSRC Early Career Forum in Manufacturing Research

last modified Oct 31, 2017 09:59 AM
EPSRC seeks expressions of interest for membership of the early career forum (ECF) for academic researchers in the scope of the Manufacturing the Future challenge theme.

Members of the Early Career Forum will have the opportunity to interact with other early career researchers from across the breadth of engineering and the physical sciences, forming new professional networks that may generate future innovative research programmes.

Forum members will also have targeted opportunities to participate in EPSRC strategic advisory activities, interact with senior staff of EPSRC funded large grants, including the  EPSRC Future Manufacturing Hubs and Centres for Innovative Manufacturing, and will receive insight into, and practical advice relating to, UK funding body policy and practice.

Applicants should have a strong focus on advancing the UK’s international reputation in manufacturing research, be open to developing inter-disciplinary research agendas, help with two way communication between EPSRC and early career manufacturing research community and have an interest in participating in research policy development.

Find more information and submit an application here.

Expressions of interest must be submitted by 4pm on 30 November 2017.

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