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Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
Research support for Brunel Business School
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Research support for Brunel Business School in respect of proposal writing, hints and strategies

Research support for Brunel Business School in respect of proposal writing, hints and strategies

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  • 1. Dr David Luigi FUSCHI
  • 2. Overview  What defines a successful research proposal  BBS context & strengths  Identifying suitable opportunities  Conclusions
  • 3. Section 1
  • 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. Section 2
  • 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. Section 3
  • 8. Funding Bodies Industry supported research Strategy InterestsStrengths Funding Opportunities
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. Section 4
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. Dr David Luigi FUSCHI david.fuschi@ieee.org

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