We are extremely happy to have Dr. Tom Keenan (se profile below) from Australia’s national science agency, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) visit Sweden for a road show cross the southern parts of Sweden, with pitstops at Malmö University, Linköping University and the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, see dates and times below.

Tom will address the growingly important topic of research impact assessment and impact management – a key issue for Swedish universities and the subject area of the Vinnova project SKÖN (project manager Jan Axelsson, LiU) which focuses on establishing a quality systems framework for evaluating academic performance and societal impact. 

Link to CSIRO`s impact model: https://www.csiro.au/en/About/Our-impact/Our-impact-model

Don’t miss “Impact management – here and down under”

Tom Keenan, PhD, is Senior Advisor at the Planning, Performance and Evaluation team of Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Tom’s portfolio includes a great depth of understanding and extensive experience in all aspects of planning, performance, and evaluation, and in the growing area of research impact assessment. He has more than 20 years’ experience as both a practitioner and researcher within the field of business management. He has been engaged as an executive leader within, and a consultant to, national for-profit and not-for-profit SMEs, as well as government agencies and private corporations. Online profile.

KTH, Stockholm, Friday 11th of October (ca kl 10-14)

There will be three opportunities to listen to and discuss with Dr Keenan. You are welcome to sign up to one or more event. The other two dates can be found below:

Tuesday 8th of Oct, Malmö universitet, Malmö (ca 10.00-16.00)

Thursday 10th of Oct, Linköpings universitet, Linköping (ca kl 10-14)

Sign-up and a more detailed programme will be sent out in August…

For more information, please contact Helena Balogh,
013- 28 68 48, helena.balogh@liu.se

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