The Female Faculty Network Twente reminds you to our invitation of a lunch lecture
‘Getting your science funded: a guide for writing a research proposal’
by Dimitrios Stamatialis
on Tuesday 20 April, from 12.30 till 14.00 hrs.
in building Logica
While we are developing our career skills, we must develop techniques to get our science funded by applying for grants to various sources. Nowadays especially in the university environment, being successful in grant applications is becoming a crucial factor for career development and recognition.
In this lecture I will share with you my personal experiences in writing a research proposal. I will give some tips and suggestions; not from an expert point of you (since I am not!) but as a fellow scientist who tries to get his science funded.
Short CV (Dr. D. Stamatialis)
Dr. Dimitrios F. Stamatialis was born in Sarti Halkidiki - Greece in 1968. He received his degree in Chemistry in the University of Athens-Greece (1989) and his PhD degree in membrane science in 1995 (Institute of Physical chemistry - Demokritos – Athens). In 2000, he joined the Membrane Science & Technology (MST) group of the Faculty of Science & Technology of the University of Twente. First; he worked as a postdoctoral researcher (2000-2002) and later became staff member (assistant professor (2002-2007); associate professor (2007- present date).
His research activities are focussed on biomedical membranes applications: membranes for drug delivery, (bio) separations, (bio) artificial organs and tissue regeneration. He teaches various BSc and MSc courses in the BMT and TG studies of the University. He is author of 65 publications and co-inventor of 5 patents.
Please reply if you want to join this lecture by sending an e-mail to: FFNT@utwente.nl
Kind regards on behalf of the Female Faculty Network Twente (FFNT),
Angelika Mader, Chair
•12 May, 9.00-13.00 Workshop Motivation, Drienerburght
•20 May, 12.30-14.00 Lunch meeting “Cycling through the Dutch jungle”, Faculty Club
•15 June, 12.30-14.00 Lecture Ariana Need and ‘speed dating’ with grant winners, Drienerburght
FFNT aims to support the professional development of women in academia and to provide a network for sharing and exchanging experience. It develops workshops and lectures specially for women and also organises activities aimed at women jointly with PA&O (whose activities are otherwise gender neutral).