Title: Virtual Workshop on the 'Effective Remotisation of Research'
Date: 21 September 2021
Venue: Contact Marko Vuckovic for more details
The University of Malta is a partner in reSEArch-EU, the sister 'research and innovation' project of the SEA-EU Alliance, one of 41 European Universities funded by the European Commission. The other 5 members of the Alliance are the Universities of Cadiz (Spain), Brest (France), Kiel (Germany), Gdansk (Poland) and Split (Croatia).
The Alliance is now developing a case study, led by the University of Split, on remote work and remotisation of/for research activity as tools towards achieving Alliance resilience and anti-fragility.
This task will be launched with a virtual workshop at the Alliance level where Dr Toni Šćulac (University of Split, Department of Physics) will present his experience with remote work on CERN infrastructure.
This event will be held on 21 September at 10:00. This workshop is organised at the SEA-EU Alliance level.
The event happens to coincide with a public holiday in Malta. In any case, UM scholars and researchers, including RSOs, who are interested in the effective remotisation of infrastructure for research and innovation, are invited to attend.
Further details from Marko Vuckovic, at the University of Split.