We will be focusing on transdisciplinary research on sustainability combined with forestry, food production, urban landscapes and one health.
The four Future platforms (SLU Future One Health, SLU Future Forests, SLU Urban Futures and SLU Future Food) look forward to see you at Philipsonska garden in September.
Purpose and fields of interest
The purpose of this "Researcher residency event" is to strengthen the inter- and transdisciplinary research at SLU and to identify new links and research collaborations between our fields. The discussions will be focused on sustainability combined with forestry, food production, urban landscapes and one health.
We welcome you to inspirational talks and open scientific discussions. You will be served good food and stay in a beautiful environment.
Criteria and how to apply
Send an application containing:
• a brief description of your inter-/multidisciplinary interests, expertise and methodological competencies,
• your transdisciplinary interests in one or more of the four themes (sustainability combined with forestry, food production, urban landscapes, one health) and
• a one-page CV.
Date: 19-20 September 2023 (arriving at 11.00 on the 19th and leaving around 16.00 on the 20th).
New deadline - Last day for application: 22 June 2023.
Criteria for applicants: PhD degree and employed at SLU.
Selection criteria: Applications will be assessed based on multi- and transdisciplinary potential with the aim of creating optimal interactions within a smaller collegial group.
Send your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation and travel information
Participants are expected to pay for their own travel to Philipsonska garden in Strängnäs. All other costs are covered.
We look forward to pleasant days with interesting interdisciplinary discussions, networking and potential new collaborations.
Welcome with your application!
/SLU Future One Health, SLU Future Forests, SLU Urban Futures and SLU Future Food