UCL Mathematical & Physical Sciences


MAPS ECR Forum Event- Planning Your Academic Career: Early Career Fellowships

17 January 2024

So, you would like to be an academic: do you know what it takes to get an Early Career Fellowship? The MAPS Faculty ECR Forum invites you to join us on the 19th Feb to find out all you need to know.

MAPS ECR Forum Event-Fellowships Speakers

This informal event is designed for students, postdocs, and other ECRs across the MAPS Faculty* to learn what you need to be thinking about in advance of applying for Early Career Fellowships. There will be a short presentation to signpost you to UCL resources, and small group discussions with holders of fellowships and senior professors who regularly review these applications, and the option to ask anonymous questions. Refreshments will be provided and there will be opportunities to socialise, too!

Location: Gordon Street, UCL main campus, details to be sent at registration
Time: 11:00 – 12:30, Monday 19th February 2024

11:00  arrival and refreshments
11:15  main event
12:30  socialising

Dr Debi Kenny: Research Facilitator, BEAMS Research Coordination Office
Dr Phil Benson: Reader in Rock Physics, Uni of Portsmouth; Honorary Research Fellow, UCL Earth Sciences
Dr Michael Booth: Royal Society University Research Fellow and Lecturer, Department of Chemistry
Dr Carla Perez-Martinez: UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, London Centre for Nanotechnology
Dr Liz Gaunt: NERC Independent Research Fellow, Department of Earth Sciences
Dr Matteo Agostini: STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellow, Department of Physics & Astronomy

Register to reserve your spot! Places are limited! 

If you have any queries, please contact Cindy Li, MAPS Faculty Research Coordinator, se.li@ucl.ac.uk.

*MAPS Faculty Includes: Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Institute for Material Discovery, Natural Sciences, London Centre for Nanotechnology, Physics and Astronomy, Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction, Science and Technology Studies, Space and Climate Physics/MSSL , and Statistical Science.