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2nd call for the 2nd European career workshop for PhD candidates in hearing research and acoustics

2nd call for the 2nd European career workshop for PhD candidates in hearing research and acoustics,
"Professional Opportunities for Hearing Scientists"
2-3 April 2009 at the MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham, UK.

This workshop for young hearing scientists will present career pathways in industry, academia and the public sector and help to develop an understanding of the skills needed to pursue a career. It will provide an opportunity to meet high-ranking representatives from key industries in the field who will share their individual experiences. Experienced researchers and speakers will discuss funding options and networking with young colleagues from across Europe will be encouraged. The workshop will be held at MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham, UK (www.ihr.mrc.ac.uk) on 2nd and 3rd April 2009.

The WORKSHOP is FREE to attend for registered participants, ACCOMMODATION is provided for FREE (2 nights, 1st and 2nd April) and MEALS plus a DINNER RECEPTION are also included. Attendees will only need to fund their own travel.

PhD candidates are asked to contribute by giving a brief talk and by presenting a poster.

Registration is open until spaces are filled. Please register by filling out the electronic registration form on the workshop’s webpage:

For questions please contact Ms Angela Killoran, phone: +44 115 951 8508 extension 321, email: angie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

We would like to thank the following companies and organisations for supporting this workshop:
- Philips
- Oticon Foundation
- MRC Institute of Hearing Research
- Phonak
- Starkey
- Müller BBM

Please excuse duplicate postings.


Bernhard Seeber
on behalf of the organising committee.

The organising committee:
- Bernhard Seeber
- Jane Paulson
- Katrin Krumbholz
- Angie Killoran

Dr.-Ing. Bernhard U. Seeber            office: +44 115 951 8508 ext. 205
MRC Institute of Hearing Research      switch: +44 115 922 3431
Science Rd., University Park           fax:    +44 115 951 8503
Nottingham                             mobile: +44 786 763 5680
NG7 2RD, United Kingdom                web:    http://www.bseeber.de

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