From Societal Impact Strategy to Implementation and Execution

Vienna, and Online

26 – 28 May 2021

In partnership with the University of Vienna and the University of Applied Arts Vienna, AESIS is proud to present the new course on Implementing a National Research Impact Strategy, to be held in Vienna, Austria (25-28 May). For this course, we will offer options of both on-site and on-line attendance in order to provide our participants with more flexibility.

The course will bring together experts to cover themes such as:

  • Mapping impact of your institution, defining impact goals, strengths and weaknesses
  • Internal infrastructure, facilities and skills
  • Strengthening position in the external infrastructure through collaborations and framework
  • Supporting researchers through training and facilities with the inclusion of impact strategies in research design
  • Measuring and monitoring impact of research project from all disciplines, including SSHA

As an on-line participant, you will be invited to watch and take part in the interactive speaker sessions and join in on Q&A’s and discussions along with our on-site participants. These sessions will also be recorded so that our global audience may tune in to watch our course at times more suitable to their time-zone if they wish.

If you would like to join us as an on-site participant, we look forward to welcoming you at our University of Applied Arts Vienna venue. In addition to in-person participation at the morning speaker sessions, on-site participants are also invited to take part in the afternoon workshops, where our experts will offer tailor-made insights and practical guidance on implementing and maintaining a research impact strategy applicable to your institution.


For a guaranteed spot, please register before Tuesday, 27 April, 2021!




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Confirmed trainers

David Budtz Pedersen

David Budtz Pedersen

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Mike Smith

Mike Smith

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University of Applied Arts Vienna

Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7, 1030, Vienna, Austria

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