Training webinars series

Última modificación: 14/07/2021 - 09:09

The Doctoral Schools of the G9 Consortium launch a series of 18 webinars to improve the communication and scientific publication skills of doctoral students. The webinars will be given by staff from Charlesworth Author services, a company specialized in the matter and with extensive experience of collaboration in the training of European doctoral candidates.


All the 18 webinars are now available for us for 12 months until the end July 2022 and can be found by clicking the link below:

Information: please read this document for a brief information on each webinar.  

DATE           WEBINAR

3rd March    Peer review: How to do it and survive it to get your papers published?

10th March  Grant proposal writing 

17th March  How to write and publish your papers in high impact journals 

7th April       What to do when research goes wrong

14th April     Publication Ethics

21th April     Effective public speaking 

28th April     Planning for an academic conference

5th  May       Performing well in an academic interview

12th May      Identifying the key sell in your research

19th May      Statistics and data presentation explained 

26th May      Planning and managing the research process 

2nd June       Key skills for Early Career Researchers (ECR) 

9th June        Why should I publish in Open Access?

16th June      Open Science and Open Data

23th June      Researcher well being and imposter síndrome

28th June      Why papers get rejected?

30th June      Branding yourself as a researcher

7th July         Common scientific writing mistakes made by non-native English writers 


More information in Charlesworth Author services


Characteristics of the webinars: they took place on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. (Spanish time), with a duration of 50 to 60 minutes depending on the topic, which allows time for questions and comments.

Each webinar offered 500 places to fill among the doctoral students of the nine universities. The registration fee was free. Those interested in attending the webinars should follow the registration links. The places were filled in order of registration.