Early Career Researcher Networks

Early Career Research Networks (ECRNs) are designed to help support our Early Career Researchers in the beginning stages of their career. The ECRNs are designed to help raise awareness of new developments in a particular field: new tools, processes, leaders, training programs, and services. They are also an opportunity for collaborative problem solving and to get advice from other Early Career Researchers.

A new HASS ECRN has been launched!

We are delighted to announce that a new ECRN has been launched to support the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. The launch event for this new ECRN took place on the 16th October and was a great success, with Prof. Andrew McRae in attendance. If you would like to know more, or would like to become involved in the network, please e-mail Tim Wilkinson or Rebecca Wheeler.

ECRNs contacts and weblinks

The Early Career Research Networks are listed below along with the contact details of the network leads and links to their social media and/or websites. Please do get in contact with the networks if you would like to know more or get involved.

College/Discipline

Contact

Website/media

Biosciences and Geography (Penryn)

 Neeltje Boogert and Pawel Sierocinski

Twitter
Facebook

Biosciences (Streatham)

Helen Eyles with academic support from Jamie Stevens

University website
Twitter @ECRNBioSci
Facebook

Living Systems Institute

Yolanda Hill and Ryan Ames

 

Geography

Kelly AndersenJen Bagelman and Alistair Graham

University website

Facebook

Twitter@ExeGeorgECRN

Engineering (Penryn and CSM)

Clemens Ullmann

University webpage
Facebook
Twitter @EngineeringECN
LinkedIn

Engineering (Exeter)

Chris Sweetapple and Kate Baker

University website
Facebook
Twitter @EngineeringECN
LinkedIn

Mathematics and Computer Science

Anna HarperMartin Schreiber and Julio Cesar Bueno De Andrade

University website
Facebook
Twitter @MathsCS_ECN

Psychology

Heather O'Mahen

 

Sport and Health Sciences

Colleen Deane

 

Physics

Jessica MansfieldBen Gardner and Stefan Lines

University website
Facebook
Twitter @PhysicsECN

Institue of Health Research

University of Exeter Medical School

Tristan Snowsill

University website

 

Cornwall Knowledge Spa

Anne Leonard

 

Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

Tim Wilkinson and Rebecca Wheeler