“Maximizing Impact – Collaboration across Disciplines, Sectors and Borders"
Elsevier is proud to present the third annual Asia Pacific Research Intelligence Conference, which will take place in Tokyo on Wednesday and Thursday, June 8 and 9, 2016. The conference will be co-hosted with Keio University and will bring together over 200 of the region’s leading Vice Presidents of Research, Research Managers and Research Administrators to share and build upon valuable information in support of long-term research management efforts.
The conference is an invitation only gathering of globally renowned speakers from across Asia Pacific region and Europe. For an impression of last year’s highly successful conference, jointly hosted with Fudan University in Shanghai, you can view an Elsevier Connect article that recaps the key highlights and includes a video clip of the 2015 conference.
NOTE: Registration for the conference is now closed.
The aim of the conference is to examine the evolving expectations, available solutions, measurements and best practices associated with the optimization of research strategies.
The theme of the 2016 conference will be “Maximizing Impact – Collaboration across Disciplines, Sectors and Borders" bringing together researcher leaders to discuss best practices to achieve impact. Some of the key areas that will be addressed during the 2016 conference will include:
- Managing international partnerships
- Getting the most out of industry academia collaborations
- Research assessments as support for strategy
The conference will provide an opportunity for delegates to hear insights from leading research organizations, and the chance to network and share information among one another.
We look forward to seeing you in Tokyo!