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Workshop to encourage interdisciplinary communication

Join a workshop focusing on research communication and how to better meet our grand societal challenges! The aim of this workshop organized by the ITEASc Network is to encourage interdisciplinary communication, thinking and project development among MSc students and PhD students in the natural and technical sciences.

Info about event


Thursday 24 August 2023, at 08:00 - Friday 25 August 2023, at 16:00


Milling Hotel Park, Viaduktvej 28, 5500 Middelfart (DK)



At the workshop participants will meet and network with students, PhD students and teachers from Aarhus University, the University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark and University of Southern Denmark as well as keynote speakers  focusing on interdisciplinary research. 

Among the confirmed speakers are:
⭕ Alfred SpormannNovo Nordisk Foundation CO₂ Research Center (CORC)
⭕ Weria PezeshkianNiels Bohr International Academy
⭕ Xavier Salvatella,IRB Barcelona
⭕ Peter HyldgårdSciencecom Denmark (facilitator)

The workshop includes an element of interdisciplinary development as well as an introduction to presentation techniques and general advice on research communication. The students will be introduced to useful tools, to work with interdisciplinary communication and to provide a good presentation of Their Master's thesis or PhD dissertation.

About the ITEASc project
The Novo Nordisk Foundation has awarded a grant of DKK 2 million to the University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark, University of Southern Denmark and Aarhus University, in order to establish and develop a cross-university teaching network — Interdisciplinary Teaching in the Natural & Technical Sciences (ITEASc – prounouced “iteach”).

The networking activities will span a three-year period, complementing the NNF-supported M.Sc.-level courses on experimental and interdisciplinary research.

ITEASc will provide a unique opportunity for teachers and students to share experiences with and improve experiment-based interdisciplinary teaching and learning across the natural and technical sciences.

Read more about the ITEASc project here.