Inside the head of evaluators
CTRIVE® 3.0 Competence development
This workshop aims to introduce the researcher to some of the generic elements of research proposal evaluation. As far as possible, the session will include input from external experts as well as GIO staff. Evaluations are conducted by human beings, and while excellent research ideas are the key factor in success, there are also a range of techniques and knowledge which can influence the evaluators and support you in developing competitive proposals. Different funders have different requirements, and we will look at examples of calls from national and international funders, and from challenge-driven to basic research, as well as common elements of best practice.
• How to write competitive applications.
• Concepts of admissibility, eligibility, and relevance to call scope.
• General evaluation criteria and scales.
• One- and two-stage evaluations.
• Funders’ interests beyond the scope of the call.
• Best practice around:
Using review/ peer review.
Efficient application writing.
Developing a good abstract.
Contact the Grants and Innovation Office for more information: email@example.com