U.S. NCURA Workshop on "Fundamentals of U.S. Sponsored Project Administration" | 18-19 September, Vienna

Event date
September 18-19, 2017
TU Vienna
Short description

In line with the Horizon 2020 initiative BILAT USA 4.0, a workshop titled "Fundamentals of U.S. Sponsored Project Administration" is taking place in Vienna, Austria, on September 18-19, 2017. The venue that will host the event, TU Wien, is located in the centre of Vienna, Austria a cosmopolitan city of great cultural diversity.


The goal of this workshop is to increase knowledge and understanding of European researchers as well as international research administrators about the US federal grants (e.g. NIH, NSF) that are open worldwide. This workshop is specifically geared for international research managers and administrators (pre- and post-award) with a basic or intermediate level of experiences with U.S. grants who want to achieve the next level of excellence.

Topics of the two day workshop will cover the essentials of:

  • U.S. research funding opportunities for non-U.S. organizations
  • Applying for and managing U.S. federal research grants (e.g. NIH, NSF)
  • Sharing best practices in global research management and administration.

Workshop presenters

  • Leslie Schmidt: Assistant Vice President for Research at Montana State University, U.S.
  • Eva Björndal: Head of Unit, Post-Contract Office at Karolinska Institutet, SE

These presenters are distinguished experts from the NCURA Global Faculty and the BILAT USA 4.0 EU initiative.


Registration fee:

NCURA & EARMA Member registration – Early Bird: US $ 420.00
Non-member registration Early Bird (before August 15): US $ 500.00 

Early registration is highly recommended, register here.

Registration Deadline: 12 September 2017

For source and further information, please visit the workshop website.

Geographical focus
  • Austria
  • Europe
  • H2020
  • International; Other
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

Entry created by Giorgio Piccirillo on July 28, 2017
Modified on July 28, 2017