|IMforFUTURE (Innovative training in methods for future data) is funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union. The project is coordinated by the University of Leeds, and will last for 4 years starting from April 2017. Further details of the project.|
16-18 June 2019: Public engagement activities
The ESRs participated in public engagement activities in Croatia, and this included giving a workshop to local schoolchildren, delivering a talk to students at the University of Split, and speaking to the general public. The activities were related to the popularization of science by promoting awareness about the impact of environmental and other factors on ageing. The ESRs disseminated their work with IMforFUTURE, and also talked about the multidisciplinary nature of their research.
25-28 March 2019: Annual network and mid-term review meeting
The second annual network meeting took place in Edinburgh this week, and also involved the MTR meeting with the EU project officer. The week was successful provided an opportunity to review the first half of the network.
22 February 2019: LASR Workshop 2019
This year’s Leeds Annual Statistical Research (LASR) Workshop will take place from 24-26 June 2019, and is partly funded by the Alan Turing Institute and the IMforFUTURE network. The themes of the workshop will be temporal data and bioinformatics.
1 February 2019: New publications
Five scientific papers have now been published by network members – see the Publications page for more details.
31 January 2019: Mid-term review report submitted
The mid-term review report has been submitted to the EU participant portal and contains details on all aspects of the network throughout the first half of the project. The report will be discussed with the EU project officer and expert reviewer at the mid-term review meeting, which is scheduled for 26 March 2019 in Edinburgh. There will also be a research day, network meetings and training from 25-28 March 2019.
8-12 October 2018: Training meeting for the fellows
This training meeting consisted of scientific modules and team building sessions, as well as a meeting of the ESR forum. It was a successful week and allowed fellows to collaborate and get to know each other better.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, under H2020-MSCA-ITN grant agreement number 721815