Diversity in Research Podcast

Erasmus, Turing - and the future of global researcher mobility

April 13, 2021 Diversiunity & Cloud Chamber Season 3 Episode 3
Diversity in Research Podcast
Erasmus, Turing - and the future of global researcher mobility
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Diversity in Research Podcast
Erasmus, Turing - and the future of global researcher mobility
Apr 13, 2021 Season 3 Episode 3
Diversiunity & Cloud Chamber

First of all apologies for the poor sound quality on some parts of this recording!

As the UK announced its national researcher mobility scheme named after after the famous Enigma mathematician Alan Turing to be launched as the new EU mobility programme Erasmus was being launched we decided it was time for a chat about the two schemes and what it would do to researcher mobility and collaboration both within Europe and globally.

For that we talked to Nabil Ali. Nabil has worked as an advisor for Universities UK for a number of years and was part of their Brexit team and today is situated in Brussels working with research and higher education.

As this marks the launch of the two programmes the talk was speculative in nature, but touches on how essential international collaboration is to research and how difficult this is becoming to navigate for researchers and universities.

We were very fortunate that Nabil said yes to this, and we feel certain that researchers and research managers alike will enjoy this conversation as much as us.

You can learn more about Erasmus here.
You can learn more about the Turing scheme here.
You can follow Nabil Ali on Twitter at: @Nabil__Ali__



Show Notes

First of all apologies for the poor sound quality on some parts of this recording!

As the UK announced its national researcher mobility scheme named after after the famous Enigma mathematician Alan Turing to be launched as the new EU mobility programme Erasmus was being launched we decided it was time for a chat about the two schemes and what it would do to researcher mobility and collaboration both within Europe and globally.

For that we talked to Nabil Ali. Nabil has worked as an advisor for Universities UK for a number of years and was part of their Brexit team and today is situated in Brussels working with research and higher education.

As this marks the launch of the two programmes the talk was speculative in nature, but touches on how essential international collaboration is to research and how difficult this is becoming to navigate for researchers and universities.

We were very fortunate that Nabil said yes to this, and we feel certain that researchers and research managers alike will enjoy this conversation as much as us.

You can learn more about Erasmus here.
You can learn more about the Turing scheme here.
You can follow Nabil Ali on Twitter at: @Nabil__Ali__