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Research support for Brunel Business School

  1. 1. Dr David Luigi FUSCHI
  2. 2. Overview  What defines a successful research proposal  BBS context & strengths  Identifying suitable opportunities  Conclusions
  3. 3. Section 1
  4. 4. Criteria for success  Supports BBS research strategy in synergy with University research  Contributes to BBS capacity building  Widens BBS partnership & network  Brings prestige & reputation  Generates and disseminates knowledge  Creates socio-economic impact  Attract resources (finance, researchers, equipment, etc.)
  5. 5. Section 2
  6. 6. BBS Strengths  6 established research centres  Over 70 full-time academic  30 full-time academic members of staff already active in research with a track record of acquired grants  Over 30 prestigious grants acquired  Cooperation with over 16 funding agencies / donors
  7. 7. Section 3
  8. 8. Funding Bodies Industry supported research Strategy InterestsStrengths Funding Opportunities
  9. 9. The process (I)  Generate a database of funding bodies  Subscribe alert services related to funding opportunities  Periodically interact with available contacts in the funding bodies to explore potential opportunities  Provide advice and support to funding bodies strategy definition
  10. 10. The process (II)  Create, update and share a listing of opportunities for BBS internal consumption  Map current research activities and interests at individual level so as to address suitable opportunities to the individual researcher  Provide support in the scoping and structuring of proposals
  11. 11. The process (III)  Provide support in the development of the proposal in terms of:  liaison with the funding body officers  quality assurance  partners/collaborators identification  preparation of the budget  liaison with RSDO and UKRO
  12. 12. The process (IV)  Organise networking events with funding bodies representatives  Organise seminars on proposal / bid writing  Provide support for the:  reshape and resubmission of previous proposals  analysis of the proposal evaluation  Identification of previously undetected weak points and potential remedy
  13. 13. Section 4
  14. 14. Recommendations (I)  Create a database of contacts for the identification of potential Partners classified per:  Nature (NGO, Universities, PA, Industry, SMEs, etc.)  Domain of expertise  Kind of contact  Person & role (decisional, operative, etc.)  Responsiveness
  15. 15. Recommendations (II)  Create a DB of prior projects holding:  Description of the concept  Proposal & DoW  Deliverables  Partnership  Results & achievements  Lessons learned  Performances (HR, financial, etc.)
  16. 16. Recommendations (III)  Create a DB of prior proposals holding:  Description of the concept  Partnership  Evaluation results  Analysis of strong/weak points  Reference material (SotA, literature, etc.)  Proposal text & annexes
  17. 17. What I can offer  A track-record in project management  Over 20 years of RTD expertise  A network of over 140 industrial partners, 70 universities/research centres and 20 cultural institutions  Consolidated experience as Project Expert Evaluator/Reviewer in over 12 Research Programmes (EU, EUREKA!, EIT, TSB, etc.)
  18. 18. Dr David Luigi FUSCHI david.fuschi@ieee.org
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