June 16 | Workshop "How to obtain small grants"

Small grants can make a big difference. Different kinds of small grants may just provide you with the means to visit a conference, to enable a temporary visit at a foreign university, to organise a conference or to disseminate the results of your research. These funded activities will positively contribute to your research experience as well as enrich your cv.

In the workshop "How to obtain small grants" Assistant Professor Bergje van Eekelen and researcher Martijn Kleppe will talk about their ample experience in these kind of funding and explain strategies to enhance your chances for success.

Event information

Type: Workshop
Date: June 16 (Monday) 2014
Location: EUR Woudestein campus, H15-29
Time: 11.00 – 12.00

Registration: send an email to contact@egs3h.eur.nl
Contact: Jan-Willem van der Mijde
Email: contact@egs3h.eur.nl
Telephone: +31 (0)10 40826

About the speakers

<link people bregje-van-eekelen>Photo: EGS3HBregje van Eekelen is an Assistant Professor in “Historical Culture and Cultural Difference” at the Center for Historical Culture within the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication at Erasmus University.

She has recently been awarded an EUR fellowship (2013-2015) and a National Science Foundation (NWO) Veni grant (2014-2018) for her project on the twentieth century history of creative thought in military-industrial contexts.

<link people m-kleppe>Martijn Kleppe is a researcher at the Erasmus Studio Rotterdam on the AXES (Access to Audiovisual Archives) – project. The project is funded through a EU Seventh Framework Programme grant (FP7) and is implemented by a consortium of thirteen partners.

In 2013 Kleppe was awarded a grant of 25.000 euros by the SNS Reaal Fund for his serious game project Mijn Icoonfoto’s. His research interests focus on the visualization of the past and new techniques to find images.

This workshop is organised in close cooperation with the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC).