R&D Evaluation Course 2015

Ya están abiertas las inscripciones para el curso internacional de evaluación de la I&D en la Universidad de Twente (Países Bajos) que se llevara a cabo del 19 al 22 de Octubre de el 2015. Entre los instructores se encuentra Stefan Kuhlmann (Utwente) Erik Arnold (Technopolis), Philip Shapira (UniManchester y Gatech), y Barend van der Meulen (Rathenau).

The eighteenth international four-day training on R&D Evaluation will be held on the campus of the University of Twente, the Netherlands on 19 – 22 October 2015.

The course has a long standing reputation as one of the few truly international courses on R&D evaluation, which brings together experts from leading institutes on R&D Evaluation and participants from European and non-European countries. The course offers lectures by experts, study of case material in small groups and international exchange of experiences. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about international best practices and the development in methods and applications of R&D Evaluation. Over 350 staff members from R&D organizations, young professional evaluators and researchers involved in evaluation from more than 20 countries have successfully participated in previous editions of the course.

This four-day course is organized by the Department of Science, Technology, and Policy Studies (STəPS), of the University of Twente. Course directors are Stefan Kuhlmann and Gonzalo Ordóñez Matamoros. The team further includes lecturers from the Manchester Institute of Innovation Studies of the University of Manchester, UK; Technopolis, a leading European consultancy for S&T policy; the School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta and the Rathenau Institute, The Hague.

Please find further details on:


For registration, the online registration form can be used.

May we ask you to mention this course also to your colleagues and others who might be interested.


Yours sincerely,

Prof. Dr. Stefan Kuhlmann                     Dr. Gonzalo Ordóñez Matamoros

Science, Technology, and Policy Studies

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