EARMA Events

Upcoming events

    • 18 Sep 2017
    • 19 Sep 2017
    • Vienna, Austria

    Dear Colleagues, 

    It is our  great pleasure to announce the global workshop "Fundamentals of US Sponsored Project Administration" in Vienna, Austria in September 18-19, 2017.


    The goal of this workshop is to increase knowledge and understanding of European researchers as well as international research administrators about the U.S. federal grants (e.g. NIH, NSF)  that are open worldwide. The workshop presenters Leslie Schmidt (Montana State University, U.S.) and Eva Björndal (Karolinska Institutet, SE) are  distinguished experts from the NCURA Global Faculty and the BILAT USA 4.0 EU initiative. This workshop is specifically geared for international research managers and administrators with a basic or intermediate level of experiences with U.S. grants who want to achieve the next level of excellence.


    The venue TU Wien is located in the centre of Vienna, Austria a cosmopolitan city of great cultural diversity. For more information please visit the workshop website:



    EARMA members enjoy a reduced registration fee.


    The end of early  bird registration is approaching - register now:



    Looking forward to meeting you  in Vienna.


    Kind regards,


    Siegfried Huemer 


    EARMA Ambassador


    Board Member of the NCURA International Region VIII and Head of the EU Research Support Office at TU Wien "


    Contact: Siegfried.Huemer@tuwien.ac.at"

    • 24 Oct 2017
    • 31 Oct 2017
    • Beijín, Chengdu and Qingdao, China

    European Research and Innovation Centre of Excellence in China

    ERICENA matchmaking tour to China

    Beijín, Chengdu and Qingdao, China

    October 24th-31st, 2017

    For further information:

    ERICENA MatchmakingTourChinaOctober 2017.pdf


    To register: http://web.spi.pt/forms/ericena-matchmaking-tour-china

    • 29 Nov 2017
    • 01 Dec 2017
    • Vienna, Austria

    Science funders, policy makers, and research programme designers are constantly challenged to further develop an effective science funding system for justifying the investments in scientific research towards their stakeholders. Governmental and non-governmental science funding organisations feel a growing pressure to demonstrate the socio-economical and societal returns of their investments in science. Increasingly, research councils request to involve stakeholders form society and to realise impact. In the past years, new methods have been developed to better justify and demonstrate this societal impact of scientific research. In order to compare best practices the AESIS Network and EARMA proudly present the third annual course on 'Integrating societal impact in a research strategy'. Barend van der Meulen, of the Rathenau Institute (NL), will return to the course as coordinator and this year he will be joined by Kathryn Graham, Executive Director of Alberta Innovates (Canada). Joined by other international experts, such as Mike Smith (UK) and Sara Matt-Leubner (Austria), they will interactively discuss and work with cases on how to organise a research strategy in such a way that it strengthens societal impact. Managers of research programmes at academic institutions and funding agencies, research strategists, intermediaries, and others involved in societal impact of research, are invited to join us in Vienna, from November 29 till December 1st., HERE you can find more information if you want to join.

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Advanced Training Centre (FTU)
Research Professional is  EARMA’s Official Media Sponsor. 


EARMA represents the community of Research Managers and Administrators within Europe. Our members work at the forefront of building the European Research Area.


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