Research and Innovation - Launch of Rike awards 2017/18 - aimed at Early Careers Researchers (ECRs)
Presented by: Katie Hornby, Knowledge Exchange and Business Development Manager, Research and Innovation
Martin Day, Contracts and Bid Support Manager, Research and Innovation
Erin Downey, Research and Innovation Support Officer
The RIKE funding will be launched December 2016 and must be spent by 31st July 2018 and will be aimed at Early Career Researchers.
This session aims to explore:
- What is RIKE?
- Benefits to academic staff of getting involved with RIKE
- How we manage RIKE at Southampton Solent University – the whole project lifecycle, including deadlines and process
- Putting together your RIKE budget proposal
- Considering your beneficiaries
- Pathways to impact
- Defining the purpose of the research/ innovation
- Mid-term and end of project reporting Examples of awarded bids
- Risk management
The main objectives for this session are:
- To communicate the main purpose, audience and benefits of the 2016-7 RIKE
- To explain the RIKE project lifecycle
- To encourage academic staff to engage with RIKE to increase their exposure to the type of competitive conditions involved in external funding applications.
Who should attend this session?
- All Early Career research-active academic staff and Early Career academic staff aiming to be more research active.
- Professional services staff who will be supporting RIKE applications for ECR academic staff
- Fixed term ECR research staff
This seminar will target ECR academic staff who wish to increase their exposure to the competitive conditions of external funding
Date and Time
A301, Michael Andrews Building
Southampton Solent University
East Park Terrace