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HYBRAIN – The power of third-party events in unlocking opportunities for growth

Research projects thrive on effective communication and strategic outreach. In the quest to maximise impact and engage with a wider audience, participating in third-party events can be a game-changer. These events offer a platform for collaboration, knowledge exchange, and visibility.

In particular, joining third-party events offer various benefits that can propel a research project towards success:

  • Expanded network and collaboration opportunities: By joining third-party events, research projects foster networking and collaboration, enabling researchers to connect with potential partners, stakeholders, and industry experts. Such collaborations can lead to joint initiatives, shared resources and novel insights, amplifying the project’s impact and accelerating progress.
  • Enhanced visibility and reputation: Participating in third-party events allow research projects to showcase their work to a wider audience. Presenting findings, sharing expertise and contributing to panel discussions elevates the project’s visibility and bolsters its reputation within the scientific community. The increased visibility can attract attention from potential funders, collaborators, and media outlets, paving the way for future opportunities and recognition.
  • Knowledge exchange and learning: Third-party events serve as knowledge hubs where researchers can exchange ideas, learn from peers and stay updated on the latest advancements in their field. Workshops, seminars, and keynote speeches offer valuable insights and innovative methodologies. By actively engaging in these events, research projects can stay at the forefront of their domain, fostering continuous learning and professional growth.
  • Dissemination and impact: Effective dissemination of research findings is crucial for making a tangible impact. Third-party events offer a platform to share project outcomes, present papers, or deliver presentations to a diverse audience. This dissemination creates opportunities for feedback, constructive discussions and potential collaborations. By actively participating in these events, research projects can amplify their impact, inspire others, and contribute to advancements in their field.

HYBRAIN Project participation at third-party events

The HYBRAIN project has harnessed the power of third-party events to accelerate its mission. The project has actively participated in renowned conferences, including:

  • MRS spring meeting 2022
  • Nano 2022
  • International Intelligent materials
  • EPCOS 2022 – European Phase-Change and Ovonic Symposium
  • International Workshop “Bio-Inspired Information Pathways”
  • SBPMat 2022
  • Braininspiration 2022
  • Workshop on Unconventional Computing
  • Nanotech 2022
  • 22nd International Winterschool on New Developments in Solid State Physics
  • APS March meeting
  • NWO Physics
  • Intelligent Matter Meets Neurotronics
  • MRS spring meeting 2023

In conclusion, joining third-party events is a strategic imperative for research projects aiming to maximise their impact and establish a strong communication strategy. By embracing these opportunities, projects gain access to a vast stakeholders network, enhance their visibility, foster collaboration and disseminate their findings effectively. The HYBRAIN project’s engagement in various events exemplifies the transformative potential of third-party events of expand its reach and make a lasting impact on its field of study.