Tips on applying for fundingSpeaker: John Grundy – Melbourne, Australia
Topic(s): Society and the Computing Profession
AbstractTargeted towards Early Career Researchers and PhDs, in this talk I discuss some of the fundamentals of applying for grant funding. While I use examples from predominantly Australian Schemes, I have given it to junior researchers from around the world. I cover topics including why apply for grants, basic principles of grant applications, common features of most grant schemes, discovery and fundamental research grants, industry collaboration grants, industry-funded contract research, philanthropic grants, and crowd-sourced funding. I discuss some key do’s and don’t’s, and aim to run this more as a audience participation/discuss rather than just a lecture.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 15
Duration: 25 - 30 minutes
Languages Available: English
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