Following a successful online training in June, TORCH is organizing the second CHARM-EU Open Science Day on 26 October 2023 with hybrid sessions focusing on institutional support mechanisms and building skills on Open Access publishing.
Building Multidisciplinary Research Proposals: A Co-Creation Workshop to Address the Water Global Challenges will take place during the afternoon of Monday 30 October and the morning of Tuesday 31 October, 2023. Researchers and external stakeholders will be divided into subgroups and will discuss about funding opportunities. During the co-creation workshops, they will come together and start to develop new research proposals which would be submitted to European funding opportunities in order to continue to address the Water Global Challenges of the future together.
On 7 November 2023, the CHARM-EU Alliance will host the public CHARM-EU Annual Conference in Würzburg, Germany. Participants will have the opportunity to share experiences and best practices on the different strategies that European University Alliances use to achieve societal impact. This discussion will lead to an exchange of ideas with external stakeholders on the way forward for European University Alliances in order to enhance their impact. Registrations are now open and can be found here.
"Syncing Achievements: Collaborative Solutions to Facilitate the Path to the European Degree Label" will be held at the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the European Union in Brussels. This meeting will serve as a forum, uniting stakeholders from across Europe. It will provide a central platform for educators, policymakers, and institutions to discuss and advance the European Degree Label within the framework of the ED AFFICHE Project.
Science with and for Society in European Universities Alliances: Cross-Alliances Forum 2023 will be held on 30 November – 1 December 2023, at the Université libre de Bruxelles in Brussels (on-site with hybrid option for plenary sessions).
The forum serves as a platform to commemorate the achievements of completed and ongoing R&I projects within the European Universities Alliances. Participants will actively engage in discussions pertaining to the future course and sustainable support for Alliances in their R&I domains.
The forum's agenda will feature engaging plenary sessions, a series of roundtables, workshops, and poster presentations, supplemented by keynote speeches and plenary presentations from distinguished European policy deciders and academic stakeholders. For your convenience, the programme of the event is added.