Training to support research

In Aalto, training events and information sessions cover the whole life cycle of a research project - from applying funding all the way to project management and entrepreneurship. Also such important issues as research data management, publishing and ethics are taken into account.

The aim of training is to increase the knowledge of Aalto faculty and staff about different external funding opportunities, improve the success rate of research funding applications and increase awareness of funders' terms and conditions, as well as of Aalto's project management procedures. Additionally, e.g. legal issues regarding contracts, commercialization of research results and patenting, academic writing, research project ethics, research data management policies and open access publishing principles are covered. Project work and presentation skills training are also available.

The main target audience is Aalto's faculty. Some of the training is, however, also aimed at doctoral students and service staff.

Open science training

How to open science - learn and participate!

Open science trainings are offered in Autumn four times: 10 September, 22 October, 13 November and 11 December 2019.

o Best practices in research data management, e.g. data management planning and data sharing.
o Funders’ requirements about open science
o Ways to open scientific publications

Target group: Researchers, academics and research support staff or anyone interested in open science

Aallon tieteellisen laskennan koulutusta

Scientific Computing in Practice for researchers

Scientific Computing in Practice is a lecture series, which consists of hands-on tutorials and lectures covering most of the practical aspects of scientific computing at Aalto.

This service is provided by:

Staff Training

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