Past events - ESMAC

Follow Us:

ESMAC

Past events

Check out the recordings in the Member Area!

 

 

 

When

Webinar Topic

 
Mon 24 April ‘23

16.30-18.00 CET

Paper writing and Publishing

How to write and publish a high-impact paper

Collaboration with Gait & Posture

 

We will try to get answers to questions like: What makes a paper stand out to the editor? How can you help this through your cover letter? What are considered “to have’s” and “not todo’s” for a high impact paper? Is high impact the same as often cited? And of course, there is time for your own questions!
 

Wed 7 June ‘23

19:00-20:30 CET
(expected)

Leadership

How to be a good group leader

Most of us will end up in a leadership position, whether in academia or outside. But what makes a good group leader? How to shape your team, supervise your students and lead towards a productive and positive work culture? A senior and junior PI will share their insights.
Wed 20 Sept ‘23

ESMAC ANNUAL MEETING

 

Join us at the coming annual meeting after the welcome drinks to network with your fellow ECN’ers!
Wed 25 October ‘23

Spotlight: Awarded Early Career Researcher

This year we will award the career and vision of an outstanding Early Career Researchers from the midst of the ESMAC community at the Annual Meeting. This award is one of the initiatives of the ECN. This webinar will give the awardee the opportunity to share their research, their ideas and ambition, with plenty of time to discuss afterwards.
Wed 13th  December ‘23

How to effectively and constructively review a manuscript (insights from an editor)

In this Webinar, editors Harald Boehm and Morgan Sangeux will give tips and insights into the review process from an editor’s perspective. This is your chance to see how you can become a (n even more) effective and constructive reviewer. And ask all your questions to an editor!

22 March 2024 at 12:00 GMT/13:00 CET

Public and patient involvement in research – why bother?

14th of May 2024 at 12:00 GMT/13:00 CET

Moving abroad: international experience and the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) are a set of prestigious research grants funded by the European Union, with the aim to support researchers at various stages of their careers, from early-stage researchers to experienced professionals. The MSCA are part of the Horizon 2020 program, the EU’s largest research and innovation program.
Log in