Special Interest Group on Impact

Already at the time of application, an increasing number of funders expect that the researchers are able to explain which impact the project will have. What will be the outcome of the project and which areas in society and stakeholders will be affected?

This Special Interest Group will provide space for reflections and inspiration on how to deal with and describe impact within different, scientific disciplines.

The network was formed after a meeting at AAU in Copenhagen 2018. After a meeting with David Phipps at SDU in February 2019, 23 people from different organisations in Denmark joined four different groups - all working with different aspects of Impact.

Files and documents relevant to this SIG is found in the Impact Toolbox.

Join the discussion forum for the group.

Members of the group

You have information about Impact in applications or in general terms and it cannot be found in the Impact Toolbox? 

Please send mail to Hanne Dahl Mortensen

Upcoming events

    • 25 May 2021
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 28 May 2021
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • Online

    From Societal Impact Strategy to Implementation and Execution

    In partnership with the University of Vienna and the University of Applied Arts Vienna, AESIS is proud to present the new online course From Societal Impact Strategy to Implementation and Execution, to be held in Vienna, Austria (25-28 May).

    The course will be hosted virtually from Vienna, Austria and broadcasted to an online global audience (and should participants be unable to attend the course live due to time differences, recordings will also be made available). The international trainers in our course will aim to impart knowledge and foster discussions on the following topics:

    • Mapping impact of your institution, defining impact goals, strengths and weaknesses
    • Internal infrastructure, facilities and skills
    • Strengthening position in the external infrastructure through collaborations and framework
    • Supporting researchers through training and facilities with the inclusion of impact strategies in research design
    • Measuring and monitoring impact of research project from all disciplines, including SSHA

    This course is meant for: Managers and administrators of university research Professionals involved in promoting the impact of science Impact support & knowledge transfer officers Policymakers within universities & Other stakeholders

    As DARMA member AESIS kindly offer a discount of EUR 200,- for tickets to the online course. Use the code VienCo/DARMA when signing up for the course.

    Vienna Course Programme 20210302.pdf

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