The research facilitation team provides support for:
- large research applications
- fellowship applications
- new academics applying for their first grants
- academics applying to unfamiliar funding streams
- PIs responding to reviewer's comments
- setting up mock panel interviews
- drafting UCL letters of support for grant applications
For feedback on draft applications, or to discuss funding opportunities for your research, you can book a session with us.
Please contact us with any other queries using the details below.
Name & Contact Details
|Sinéad leads the UCL BEAMS research facilitation team and oversees the coordination and support of major funding bids. She joined UCL in 2012, from the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), in Barcelona, and has over 10 years’ experience in research project management, funding, and science policy. She has a PhD in Surface Chemistry from the University of Reading.|
|Within the BEAMS school, Matt works particularly with the Faculties of Engineering and Built Environment. Prior to joining UCL he worked for EPSRC in the Engineering and Research Infrastructure Programmes, where he looked after the areas of Built Environment and e-Science, respectively. Matt has a particular interest in group facilitation techniques to generate creative research ideas. A materials scientist by background, he has a PhD in electroceramics from EPFL in Switzerland. He joined UCL in June 2011.|
|Cat joined UCL as Research Facilitator for the BEAMS School in 2011, working particularly with the MAPS Faculty. Previously, she worked for 3 years in science policy/administration at EPSRC (Mathematical Sciences and Public Engagement programmes). Cat studied theoretical physics in Trieste (Italy), did a PhD in quantum information theory (Innsbruck, Austria) and was a postdoc at the IQC (Waterloo, ON, Canada).|
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