On May 30th, the European PhD Hub consortium met at Birmingham City University (BCU) to assess the first six months of project development and plan the activities ahead. The working meeting focused on further refining the cooperation framework the project will establish in the field of doctoral education, setting the basis for building high impact research activities for PhD students, universities and industry/business partners. The second part of the meeting was dedicated to approving the outline of the online Hub, which will connect universities, businesses and researchers at local and European level with a view at increasing matching opportunities. These matching opportunities will enable increased international and interdisciplinary cooperation and lead to innovation opportunities for industry and business partners and improved career perspectives for PhD students. Furthermore, partners took part in the annual Innovation Fest hosted by BCU on May 31st. This event offered business partners the opportunity to interact with students from the faculty of Computing and Engineering and experience their creative talent.On May 30th, the European PhD Hub consortium met at Birmingham City University (BCU) to assess the first six months of project development and plan the activities ahead. The working meeting focused on further refining the cooperation framework the project will establish in the field of doctoral education, setting the basis for building high impact research activities for PhD students, universities and industry/business partners. The second part of the meeting was dedicated to approving the outline of the online Hub, which will connect universities, businesses and researchers at local and European level with a view at increasing matching opportunities. These matching opportunities will enable increased international and interdisciplinary cooperation and lead to innovation opportunities for industry and business partners and improved career perspectives for PhD students. Furthermore, partners took part in the annual Innovation Fest hosted by BCU on May 31st. This event offered business partners the opportunity to interact with students from the faculty of Computing and Engineering and experience their creative talent.SaveSave

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It's time to meet again!

 


Work meeting and Innovation fest

Published on February 5th, 2018

 

Following the general kick-off meeting, the consortium of the PhD Hub will meet again on the 30th and 31st of May at the Birmingham City University. We will have two days of work sessions. The consortium will discuss the results delivered to set the framework of the university-business and international cooperation, as well as the initiation of the local PhD Hubs. In addition, an important part of the meeting will focus on the work conducted by the University of Alcalá for outlining the feature and technical blueprint of a highly ambitious platform connecting business and academia locally and at European level. This will initiate the process of developing the online platform, led by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with the support of Microsoft and LSI Software.

Furthermore, the consortium will attend the Innovation Fest, hosted by our partner Birmingham City University. This is a perfect occasion to share good practices with inspirational speakers and engage in networking with potential PhD Hub business and university partners.

If you want to know more about this event, please visit www.bcu.ac.uk.


It's time to meet again!


Following the general kick-off meeting, the consortium of the PhD Hub will meet again on the 30th and 31st of May at the Birmingham City University. We will have two days of work sessions. The consortium will discuss the results delivered to set the framework of the university-business and international cooperation, as well as the initiation of the local PhD Hubs. In addition, an important part of the meeting will focus on the work conducted by the University of Alcalá for outlining the feature and technical blueprint of a highly ambitious platform connecting business and academia locally and at European level. This will initiate the process of developing the online platform, led by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with the support of Microsoft and LSI Software.
Furthermore, the consortium will attend the Innovation Fest, hosted by our partner Birmingham City University. This is a perfect occasion to share good practices with inspirational speakers and engage in networking with potential PhD Hub business and university partners.
If you want to know more about this event, please visit:

http://www.bcu.ac.uk/business/digital/innovation-fest

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