New EMBO Webinar Series
INVITATION TO ATTEND THE CYCLE OF WEBINARS ABOUT
PRECARITY IN ACADEMIA
The ISE Researchers' Careers Task Force has been conducting a long reflection on the organisation
of academic research in Europe, with a focus on the systemic structural changes that will be
necessary for Europe to remain an attractive place to do science, and a competitive economic and
scientific powerhouse. To facilitate a constructive discussion around these topics, ISE will be
running a series of three webinars specifically designed for policy makers, funders, universities,
international organisations, and journalists. More information about each webinar can be found at
the registration links below.
European funding: finding solutions to systematic challengesModerator: Chloe Hill (EGU). Panelists: Maria da Graça Carvalho (MEP), Mariya Ivancheva (EASA),
Wim van Saarloos (Leiden University), Rachel Coulthard-Graf (EMBL).
18 February 2021, 2pm - 3:30pm CET REGISTER HERE
Research assessment practices
Moderator: Mathew Tata (Eurodoc). Panelists: Sarika Wilson (The Guild), Stephen Curry (DORA),
Cecilia Cabello Valdés (ERAC).
4 March 2021, 2pm - 3:30pm CET REGISTER HERE
Research grant evaluation
Moderator: Renaud Jolivet (MCAA). Panelists: Frédéric Sgard (OECD), Catherine McCammon (ERC
panel member), James Morris (Science Europe), Kasper Gossink (Dutch Funding Agency - NWO).
18 March 2021, 2pm - 3:30pm CET REGISTER HERE
ABOUT ISE: The Initiative for Science in Europe (https://initiative-se.eu) is an independent platform of
16 European Learned Societies and Research Organizations operating within different disciplines and
across sectors. ISE supports all fields of research at a European level, involves researchers in the design
and implementation of European science policies, and advocates strong independent scientific advice in
European policy making.